Kombucha is a can you refrigerate kombucha after opening drink that’s packed with gut health-boosting probiotics. It’s typically made with green or black tea, sugar, and a culture (or scoby) that contains a symbiotic mix of yeast and bacteria. The scoby is the main ingredient that gives kombucha its unique flavor and gut health benefits.
Kombucha should be stored in a cool, dark place where it will not be disturbed. It’s best to keep it in the refrigerator if you have one, as this will prevent it from going bad or developing mould. Refrigeration will also help to maintain the flavour of the kombucha and ensure that it’s still fizzy.
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If kombucha is left out of the fridge for a long time, it will start to ferment again and become sour. This can lead to a build up of pressure inside the bottle that may cause it to explode. It will also start to produce more alcohol and carbon dioxide which could make it taste vinegary.
However, if you leave your kombucha out for less than 48 hours, it’s likely still safe to drink. Just check that it doesn’t have any signs of mould before consuming it, and be sure to throw away the bottle if you see any.