Jan 2, 2018 Tuesday


8:00p.m. to 10:00p.m.
We'll contact you shortly about your preferred date/time
N Toluca St
Los Angeles US

Karen's House in Echo Park 165 N Toluca St Los Angeles US Kombucha is a fermented, probiotic, slightly sweet, effervescent, tea drink made using a SCOBY, or a Symbiotic Culture Of Bacteria and Yeast. It's an ancient drink that Wikipedia traces back to 5,000 years ago in China that may or may not (jury's still out pending further peer-reviewed scientific studies) have significant health benefits. Also, if you haven't noticed, it's super trendy right now. Regardless, it tastes great and is super simple and fun to make. Supplies needed for this class: A gallon or half gallon glass mason jar with a screw top lid. You can get these at hardware stores, amazon, or even dollar stores. If you can't get a large jar by class time, a smaller, lidded jar is O.K. temporarily -- you will take home your SCOBY in this jar to start making delicious drank! Class location has stairs and is not accessible by wheelchair or walker.

Bring one of the following:
6 pack of beer (hoppy, hefs, ales, sours, stouts -- nothing light)
Bag of coffee beans
Biodegradable dish soap
Bottle of wine (nothing fancy)
House plant (any size)
Package of toilet paper
Something (art, craft, food, etc) made by you or someone you know
Surprise me!

About the teacher, Karen Stasevich

I'm a policy analyst from Michigan. I came to LA for the weather and the adventures. I like backpacking, drawing, and learning how to do/make things. I also host a bi-monthly figure drawing workshop.