Kombucha is a fermented beverage, so it produces some alcohol during the fermentation process. The alcohol in the final product results from yeast consuming and fermenting sugar into CO2 and ethanol.
7 to 14 days
Another advantage of a Acid Test Kit is in helping to determine the alcohol level of your Kombucha Tea.First determine your final reading of your ferment. Using a Hydrometer or Brix as stated above.Then subtract your TA.The remaining value can be predicted to be remaining alcohol.
Kombucha is a fermented beverage that is linked to many potential health benefits. Commercial kombucha tea is labeled non-alcoholic, as it contains less than 0.5% alcohol. Homebrewed versions may contain significantly higher amounts of alcohol and can pose several other health risks if improperly prepared.