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Strainge Beast Ginger Lemon & Hibiscus Hard Kombucha

Hard Kombucha /7% ABV / California, United States

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Hard Kombucha
California, United States
Craft, Independent Craft Brewer
Tasting Notes
Balanced, Bold, Citrus, Floral, Fruity, Sweet, Tart
Gluten Reduced, Organic

Product description

Strainge Beast Ginger, Lemon & Hibiscus Hard Kombucha is a strikingly tasty hard tea that’s sure to become a new classic among craft beer lovers and cocktail sippers alike. At 7% ABV, this hard kombucha is fruity and floral with an unmistakable refreshing bite. Made with only high quality, organic ingredients, Strainge Beast Hard Kombucha is Non-GMO, vegan and gluten free for an alcoholic beverage you can savor or indulge in without regrets. This organic kombucha is brewed with green tea and black tea leaves, organic cane sugar, and a variety of hops twice fermented using a unique symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast to create a bright and bubbly kombucha that’s sure to win over taste buds. The final result is a kombucha layered with flavors of tart citrus, floral blossoms and hints of mixed berry combined with floral tea. A blend that's sparkling bright and dry on the finish. Pick up a can of hard kombucha to give your palette something new to obsess over or snag a kombucha tea 6 pack for your next road trip or tropical vacation. Strainge Beast Ginger, Lemon & Hibiscus Hard Kombucha comes in a convenient can to easily fill coolers for outdoor events and backyard barbecues or to stock up on for relaxing nights at home. Strainge Beast by Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. – Let's get Strainge.

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  • Megan

    If you like kombucha you will like these. Definitely tastes just like kombucha, but alcoholic! If you want something sweeter, try mixing these with a little guava and pineapple juice! Thank me later ;)

  • Joshua

    I did not see the video how ever I can’t wait hear it’s Amazoning what Else is there need mode info


Hard kombucha is the normal kombucha you love, plus alcohol. Kombucha, a fermented drink that’s naturally carbonated and has a refreshing, vinegary flavor, naturally has a trace amount of alcohol (usually around 0.5% alcohol by volume). Those numbers get bumped up to adult levels between 4.5% and 8.0% ABV with hard kombucha. The result is a tart, sour, delicious drink that’s easy on the stomach and gluten-free to boot. Because kombucha is so ripe for experimentation, you can choose from a huge array of flavors — think of combinations like blood orange, mint and chili, and you’re on the right track.
Hard kombucha has that vinegary, tart taste that kombucha lovers crave, plus the familiar back-of-the-tongue tang of alcohol. It’s a great drink if you’re a fan of things like sour beers, tart wines or even just vinegar in general. You can think of it as a bubbly tea produced by fermentation. The amount of vinegar in the flavor profile depends on the brewing process, and with an endless canvas for experimentation — think fruits, herbs, spices and more — you won’t run out of new flavors to try.
Hard kombucha can range from 4.5% to around 8.0% alcohol by volume (ABV), putting it in the range of light beers up to craft beers. Note that regular kombucha contains natural amounts of alcohol on its own, usually in the ballpark of around 0.5%. The extra alcohol in hard kombucha comes from allowing additional fermentation (of grains, cane sugar, etc.) with yeast to produce higher ABV levels. This produces a drink that’s carbonated, tangy and loaded with helpful probiotics.
Hard kombucha spans such a wide range of flavors that it’s tough to pinpoint any one food that goes with all of them. Many kombuchas feature citrus fruits like blood orange and grapefruit, so try pairing these with anything that’s better with a squirt of lime — food like tacos, fish and Thai dishes. Fruit kombuchas like strawberry basil go well with Caprese salads, basil, mozzarella, chicken salad sandwiches and spinach salads. Others might go well with meats like chicken or turkey.
Hard kombucha is best enjoyed in a glass suited to that other fruit-forward alcoholic drink, champagne: the trusty flute. The flute is a solid choice because its narrow opening gives the fruity notes of kombucha a direct path to your nostrils, letting you enjoy more focused aromas. It also helps kombucha retain its meager carbonation. However, if you don’t have a flute on hand, opt for the good old-fashioned American Pint Glass. Is it as classy? No, but it’ll do just fine. Plus, it holds a whopping 16 oz. of hard kombucha!
Hard kombucha sports between 5 and 13 grams of carbs per serving and around 100 calories. This makes it a bit higher on the carbs that you might expect for a gluten-free drink and about on par with your average beer (the average 12 oz. serving of beer has 13 grams of carbs). The calories, on the other hand, are significantly lower, as that same serving of beer has 150 calories on average. The point is, you don’t have to feel too guilty about a slug of hard booch.
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