Musing from the owner of Grow and Make: Will Johnston
Today I opened a kombucha and it sprayed all over me. After I released all the pressure and wiped off, I went to drink it only to discover that it was like drinking pure bubbles. I guess that when kombucha is not refrigerated the yeast become very active and it produces a lot of CO2, At a certain point it’s pretty much more gas than liquid in the bottle. Apparently if I had refrigerated it might have converted the CO2 back to liquid and been more drinkable. Lesson learned, remember to keep your kombucha cold.