Kombucha Hunter Ferments Fellowship with Hands-On Instruction

Teeming with probiotics that boost gut health, kombucha is the wellness drink of the moment. Do-it-yourself kombucha brewing classes are growing in popularity and, for meetings, they offer a hands-on activity that’s a great nonalcoholic alternative to wine tastings. Kombucha Hunter in Los Angeles has been leading homebrewing workshops since January 2016; all have sold out. “We create an immersive, entertaining experience, where students not only learn to brew their kombucha with confidence, but also get to socialize with one another,” says Kombucha Hunter founder Stacy Gueraseva. “All of our workshops include a tasting portion, during which students can try a variety of our own brews.” The workshops can be customized for groups up to 30 people and held in any venue, from cafés and restaurants to maker spaces and corporate boardrooms. The workshops typically last 90-120 minutes, but can also be condensed to 60 minutes. Participants can be gifted everything they need for their own brews back home, including the allimportant gelatinous kombucha starter known as “scoby,” short for symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast. Kombucha classes are being taught throughout the state, so you can likely find instructors who will be open to creating group workshops in your area, too. 

On June 21, the MPI Southern California Chapter marked its 40th anniversary as members gathered for their annual installation gala at the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills. After a welcome reception in the Wetherly Garden, where cocktails were hosted by Mulholland Distilling and sparkling wine by South Coast Winery, guests moved into the ballroom for the awards program and dinner and the swearing in of the 2018-19 Board of Directors. The evening concluded with a lavish dessert reception in the Orchid Room.

 

Gather your group for tropical cocktails and vintage vibes.

 

A new luxury property in Sacramento County offers an easy and comfortable escape for retreats and corporate groups.