The DKBCo. Story

The history of brewing Kombucha and the art of fermentation runs deep at DKBCo. We accentuate time-honored practices steeped with tradition while upholding the highest contemporary safety standards.

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Licensed by the Michigan Department of Agriculture

As well as being licensed by the Michigan Department of Agriculture, our products have undergone rigorous laboratory testing and have been certified non-alcoholic (<0.5%) by the FDA - that means anyone, any age can enjoy our kombucha with confidence!

At DKBCo., our kombucha undergoes an all-natural fermentation and/or second fermentation for a 100% raw, unpasteurized product. It is a widely known fact that some national kombucha brands use a "pasteurized tea base", adding probiotics in a separate process. Not true at Detroit Kombucha Brewing Company. We hand-craft our premium, small batch product with passion, pride and respect for our customers' health and well-being. We know you will enjoy every last drop!

*0.5 % is still a trace amount of ethanol. With that being said, if your are abstaining from alcohol, are sensitive to alcohol, or are pregnant - it’s safest to avoid kombucha altogether.

Detroit Kombucha’s commitment to further education in the field is very important. In addition to completing a certificate program in brewing and distillation, we have been active in Fermenta - the Michigan Women’s Craft Collective since 2016.

Detroit Kombucha’s commitment to further education in the field is very important. In addition to completing a certificate program in brewing and distillation, we have been active in Fermenta - the Michigan Women’s Craft Collective since 2016.

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Women owned & operated