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A bit of balance for pubs

A bit of balance for pubs

Paul, Cam and James had a talk with Drinks Bulletin to give an insight into new trends in pub and bar culture. “We don’t expect people to only drink kombucha every day or for the whole night out, but rather as a way to find a little balance, swapping it out every second or third alcoholic drink, or having one when you’re hungover on a Sunday," said Cam MacFarlane." "The Bucha of Byron offers an Original flavour in bottle or on tap, as well as the newly released Lemon Myrtle flavour.  The brand is on tap at venues including Garden...

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On tap with The Bucha of Byron

On tap with The Bucha of Byron

We had a chat with the legends at Drinks World to keep them in the loop with what we're doing, and where we see the Kombucha market heading! "The crew behind The Bucha of Byron are winning the popularity vote at pubs across the nation, and the fermented brew can now be found on tap at key venues including Garden State Hotel in Melbourne and the Beach Hotel in Byron Bay. For us, it was a bit of a nostalgic thing. We grew up drinking it or watching our family members drink it for a range of health-related reasons, so when we...

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The Bucha of Byron aims at bars and pubs - TheShout

The Bucha of Byron aims at bars and pubs - TheShout

The boys had a quick chat with the crew from TheShout.   “We found a lot of kombucha can be hit-and-miss in terms of taste, and that creates a barrier for a lot of people – we wanted to create a brew that didn’t just feel like an obligation and people could actually enjoy,” said co-owner Cam Macfarlane. After agreeing there was a place in the market for a new kombucha product that was approachable to a wider audience (not just ‘health nuts’), they approached Stone & Wood Brewing Co. to collaborate. Unsurprisingly, the Bucha of Byron’s packaging is more akin...

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BrewsNews Feature

BrewsNews Feature

The lads recently had a chat with BrewsNews to update them on our story, and where we think you'll find Kombucha in the not-too-distant future.  "The product was designed to look and feel like a beer, giving it broader relevance than the health foods store channel that is otherwise the mainstay for kombucha, a sparkling probiotic drink made from fermented tea." “Really there just aren’t that many other options apart from the high sugar coke or lemon lime and bitters or something along those lines." You can read the full BrewsNews Bucha article here.

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