Kea Beverages to Open a Production Facility and Retail Store

The drink company specializes in kombucha, nitro cold-brewed coffee, and artisanal teas.
Kea Beverages to Open a Production Facility and Retail Store
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Atlanta-born beverage company Kea Beverages is making big moves. Co-founders Keaton Hong and Sean Keating are opening a production facility in Adair Park, at 680 Murphy Ave SW, that they say will eventually double as a retail store.

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Kea Beverages makes kombucha, nitro cold-brewed coffee, and artisanal teas, among other creative beverages. The company is sustainably-minded, focusing on maintaining a small carbon footprint while supporting the Atlanta communities that raised its founders.

The drink specialists started out with a bike cart concept along the BeltLine that quickly grew into a full-scale kombucha brewery and drink manufacturer, and you can now find Kea Beverages in various hotels, co-working spaces, fitness studios, and restaurants across Metro-Atlanta.

Originally, Keating and Hong intended to open a cafe, but for now, the new space in Adair Park will just be a production facility for the growing company. Its co-founders say that the plan to use the space as a retail facility is not far behind.

We’re big supporters of anything Atlanta-born-and-bred, so we’re rooting for Kea Beverages. While it may not be in the cards for the immediate future, we’re predicting a Kea kombucha cafe down the line. But for now, you can get your Kea beverages (including a whole kombucha keg) straight from their website, and eventually you should be able to head to the new space to grab some of their mindfully-crafted drinks in person.

Sydney Rende

Sydney Rende

Sydney Rende is a freelance writer and soon-to-be graduate of Syracuse University’s MFA program in Creative Writing. Her work has been published in The New York Times Style Magazine, The Michigan Quarterly Review, The New Ohio Review online, and Carve Magazine. She lives in Southern California, where she’s completing her first short story collection and desperately trying to conform to surf culture.
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