booch on tap

We have 25 flavours of handpicked, traditionally brewed kombuchas on tap, with access to over 100 brews. Our self service tap bar allows you to sample and pour your own booch into 500ml or 1 litre refillable glass bottles.

REFILL (BYO bottle)

500ml $8 / 1litre $14


500ml $2 / 1litre $3

We do encourage you to bring your own bottles too if you like, as we're huge believers in reducing, reusing and upcycling  - every little bit counts!


Apple Blackcurrant
Apple Cinnamon
Apple Jasmine
Chai Masala
Coconut Lychee
Coconut Pineapple
Cranberry Lime

Ginger Lemon
Ginger Lemon Myrtle
Ginger Lime
Hibiscus Goji 
Lychee Pine Lime
Mango Pineapple
Pomegranate Grape
Raspberry Lemon

Raspberry Lemon Vanilla

Rose Pomegranate


Vanilla Peach

Watermelon Mint


Pure, traditionally brewed small batch kombucha that liberates the powers of whole herbs. Botanical kombucha is their specialty, drawing on herbalistic principles, ingredients, and practices with biomedical, scientific know how and integrity.

Cheriss is focussed on every ingredient - whole raw foods are added to small batch brewed Kombucha to deliver a genuine, hand crafted, perfectly fermented Kombucha just as nature intended.

Kombu do things a little differently and believe they've created a kombucha like nothing you’ve ever tasted. Their brews pack a punch of big flavours with balance using locally sourced and seasonal produce, - taste is their number one priority.

LORE Australia is an Aboriginal owned and operated health and wellness company using Australian native bio-foods. 

They are creator of Gurbuchi - a native kombucha using Guradji (ger-ra-je) tisane, a traditional native plant.

Image by Klara Avsenik

So, what is kombucha?

 Kombucha tea or 'booch' is a fermented drink made with tea, sugar, bacteria and yeast. Although it’s sometimes referred to as kombucha mushroom tea, kombucha is not a mushroom — it’s a colony of bacteria and yeast. Kombucha tea is made by adding the colony to sugar and tea, and allowing the mix to ferment. The resulting fizzy, tart yet slightly sweet beverage contains vinegar, B vitamins and a number of other chemical compounds.

The exact origins of kombucha are unknown, although Manchuria is commonly cited as a likely place of origin. Some texts date the first brews back to more than 2,000 years ago. The Russians were sipping kombucha as early as 1900 and it is said to have travelled to Europe from there.


We are located at
Shop 5/103 St Johns Avenue, Mangerton, Wollongong

Friday  9am - 5pm

Saturday  9am - 2pm
Sunday  9am - 2pm



Tel: 0466 676 941


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