DULUTH, Minn. — There’s a new brewery in town, and it delivers — though don’t expect lagers or ales to start showing up at your door. This startup bottles lively teas that are, in fact, alive.
Rachelle Rahn founded Duluth Kombucha this spring after she started brewing the fermented tea for herself, and she’s since sold gallons of the stuff using only social media and word of mouth.
“I’m such a DIYer,” said the 24-year-old. “I’m always curious about how things are made.”
For those curious about how this thing is made: Kombucha is a mix of…
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