Category: Commercial Brewing

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Profile: Stacy Jurich, Grassroots Advisor

This is the second part of an interview with Stacy Jurich, the founder of Boochy Mama’s Kombucha. In Part 1, she talked about her kombucha company. She is also a small business coach. As a successful business owner, Stacy is...

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Profile: Boochy Mama’s Kombucha, Toledo, Ohio

Stacy Jurich learned how to brew kombucha while living in Hawaii and continued once she was back in Toledo. Before long, she was delivering her home brew by bicycle to friends, in gradually increasing quantities. In 2014, on a visit to...

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Why kombucha companies close

When Shelley, the founder of All About the Booch, located in Glendale, Arizona, decided to close her business after five years, she did us all a favor by posting a series of Instagram Reels explaining why. These are useful lessons...

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Gord McDougall: Small Business Investor

Gord McDougall is a Canadian investor who addresses the struggles small and medium-sized businesses experience — from attracting equity partners to surviving business setbacks. Gord highlights the importance of a financial plan as a necessary starting point when launching a...

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Profile: Legend Kombucha, Verona, Italy

Origins In 2018, Stefano Zamboni visited a cousin in California, tried kombucha, and on returning to Italy, founded Legend Kombucha in 2020 in his hometown of Verona, the setting for Shakespeare’s Two Gentlemen of Verona and the romantic tragedy, Romeo...

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Profile: Shropshire Kombucha, Shrewsbury, England

Regional identity Shropshire Kombucha is based in the English market town of Shrewsbury, 30 miles to the west and a world away from the industrial cities of Wolverhampton and Birmingham. It’s a delightful rural area (close to the mythic county...

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The Gary Leigh Interview – Part 1 of 2

Gary Leigh, the owner of Go Kombucha, Sussex, England, sat down for an interview with Booch News. We spoke for over an hour. In Part One of the interview (30 minutes), Gary shares the story of the founding of England’s...