Brew Your Kombucha Tea Safer and Faster With This One Step
Ideally kombucha should be brewed around 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Lower temps are ok, but kombucha brewing really should not dip below 70 degrees because that’s where safety concerns come into play.
During winter, especially in colder areas, it is recommended to leave the kombucha heating mat on constantly. During warmer seasons you can try cycling with having the heat on during the night (when temps dip down), and off during the day. This can be done for you with either a timer or if you want to get fancy pants a thermostat.
Here’s What You Are Going To Get
- Kombucha Heating Mat; 10 inches by 20 inches – fits ANY size brewing container
- UL safety listed an energy efficient – only 17 Watts!
- Intricate heating pattern allows for consistent and even heat distribution
- Instructional video entitled “How to get the most out of your kombucha heating mat to ensure for perfect kombucha tea every single time”
Here’s What It Will Do For You
- Raise the temperature of your kombucha brewing container by 10 to 20 degrees w/ this kombucha heating pad
- Speed up your kombucha brewing time so that you can make more kombucha
- Ensure your kombucha is brewing at optimal temperatures for successful brewing
Note: It’s always a good idea to keep anything that generates heat away from anything flammable. After carefully selecting and testing various heat mats, we have found that a hydroponic seedling heat mat provides the gentle and constant increase in temperature as well as the easy of use and cleaning, makes this the best kombucha heating mat for home brewing in most climates and seasons.