Cans VS Bottles



Canning our kombucha was a no brainer.  When we compared the pros and cons of the two options we asked ourselves one final question; “Which would I rather climb to the top of a waterfall with?”


  • Aluminum recycles more productively than glass.
  • No UV light – enemy No. 1 of kombucha – can get into a can.
  • Aluminum chills faster than bottles.
  • Cans take up less space and are easier to store.
  • Cans don’t break in our beautiful, pristine parks.
  • Cans are in demand by beach-goers, campers and hikers, picnic people, boaters, lawn jockeys, and ballerinas.
  • Cans are sealed with nitrogen with no chance of air to oxidize the contents, while with bottles, which are purged with CO2, there’s a chance of oxidation due to the seal between cap and bottle.
  • Sustainability

product handling

Another reason for packaging our kombucha in cans is due to its Raw and Live uniqueness. Please be wary if our kombucha states to be kept refrigerated then these cans may rupture if handled incorrectly. We would rather a ruptured can than an exploded glass bottle, which can happen if there is any circumstance of incorrect handling.

Packaging in cans is our way of simplifying your daily hustle! Therefore, canned kombucha was a no brainer!

Aluminum recycling is a very efficient process — manufacturers can melt down and reuse aluminum from reclaimed containers repeatedly with little loss in quality. According to The Aluminum Association, creating an aluminum can out of recycled materials requires only 5 percent as much energy as creating a brand new can….The EPA estimates that recycling one ton of aluminum saves the equivalent of almost 32 barrels of oil, significantly reducing the carbon footprint of the manufacturing process… SFGATE NEWS