Hannah Crum

Kombucha Kamp

Storey Publishing


Hannah Crum, “The Kombucha Mamma,” founded Kombucha Kamp and is a popular speaker about fermentation and bacteriosapiens. She speaks at corporate and health conferences, festivals and events. In 2014, Hannah and husband Alex founded Kombucha Brewers Intl. to unite and advocate for the commercial kombucha bottling industry. Their award-winning The Big Book of Kombucha, has sold nearly 200 thousand copies.

Hannah is speaking in Texas and is a contributor to Mother Earth News Fair Online.


Check It Out!

Nature’s Healthy Sodas: Probioitic Beverages on a Budget

Sodas are a fad and they are fading fast. So what's a 21st century bacteriosapien going to sip on? Why, fermented drinks of course! Milk Kefir, Water Kefir, Kombucha & Jun are covered in this hands on "Culture Petting Zoo" and conversation about why our bodies thrill to the unique flavors and benefits of these tasty drinks that have been around as long as we have. Plus since many of the ingredients are already household staples, they won't break the bank while providing a tasty alternative to juices, sodas and more.
Natural Health

Speaking At:

Texas, Saturday 10:00-11:00 a.m., Kids Treehouse Stage

Kombucha & the Human Microbiome

Explore kombucha in this workshop with Hannah Crum. Research is just beginning to uncover our complex relationship with bacteria and discovering novel ways to use bacteria therapeutically. Kombucha is at the nexus of pop culture, cutting-edge science & fermented foods; serving as a tasty gateway to nutrient-dense foods as well as empowering people to reclaim their immunity through the cultivation of this ancient tonic. Learn the basics of brewing kombucha safely at home.
Natural Health

Speaking At:

Texas, Saturday 2:00-3:00 p.m., Real Food Stage

How to Brew Kombucha

If you can brew a cup of tea, you can brew kombucha! As bacterio-sapiens, we're bacteria-powered. That means the more bacteria-rich fermented foods we incorporate into our diet, the better we feel. Learn how easy it is to enjoy the benefits of brewing kombucha at home for a fraction of the cost (while nourishing your human microbiome).
Hands On Fermented Drinks

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