CSI Community Education Center

Upcoming Classes

Kombucha Brewing Workshop 11/29/2017
Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
 
 
Kombucha is known as the “Immortal Health Elixir” by the Chinese, originating in the Far East around 2,000 years ago. Kombucha is a fermented beverage of tea and sugar that contains a colony of bacteria and yeast, resulting in a beverage with tremendous health benefits such as improved digestion, weight loss, increased energy, cleansing and detoxification, immune support, reduced joint pain, and cancer prevention. The Kombucha Brewing Workshop will use hands on instruction to explain how to brew, how to flavor, how to store, and how to share Kombucha. Attendees will not only leave with knowledge of the brewing basics, but also a take home Kombucha Brewing Kit that includes SCOBY (live Symbiotic Culture of Bacterial Yeast in starter liquid), large glass container, cheesecloth, tea, sugar, and recipes. In this class learn how to brew this healthy beverage in your own home for pennies, instead of paying the costly store price of $3-$5 per bottle.
Fee: $50        
Instructor: Kirsten Clancy
 
 
Contact:
Diane Gause   208-732-6442  communityed@csi.edu
Agency:
Community Education
Facility:
CSI Campus
Charge:
Charges and Fees will Apply