UPDATE (February 1, 2018): Golda Kombucha’s Lee + White Taproom To Be Called ‘Cultured South’
Golda Kombucha, a Georgia-based sparkling kombucha tea company, is planning its first brick-and-mortar taproom and brewery in Atlanta’s West End neighborhood.
The company will move its Tucker, Georgia operation to the forthcoming Lee + White development with a 6,000-square-foot facility opening to the public for tours and tastings, the company in a press release late-Wednesday announced.
“The move will mark Golda Kombucha’s third expansion due to rising demand, which will pave the way for increased kombucha production, customer engagement, and job creation,” according to the press release.
The Golda Kombucha facility would be the “first of its kind in Georgia and one of three in the Southeast,” offering visitors the opportunity to taste, purchase, and learn about the making of kombucha tea—a probiotic drink containing vitamins and live and active cultures—as well as a lineup of other fermented food and drink items like vinegars, cheeses and other probiotic-rich offerings.
A variety of specials and events will also be held in the taproom, including new flavor and product launches, kombucha flights, cocktails, and floats, DIY kombucha and fermentation classes, yoga lessons, collaborations and partnerships with other craft beverage breweries, distilleries, and local farmers, and more.
Each of the company’s kombucha flavors feature a fresh Southern-grown fruit and herb pairing layered with a green and black tea blend. Free from artificial flavors, coloring, and preservatives, core flavors include Strawberry-Mint, Lavender-Lemonade, Peach-Ginger, Elderberry-Thyme, Hibiscus-Blood Orange, and Blackberry-Basil.
Golda Kombucha will join previously announced tenants Wild Heaven Brewery, Monday Night Brewing, American Spirit Whiskey, Southern Aged cheeses, Doux South Pickles, and Honeysuckle Gelato in the Lee + White development.