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  • Lucky Elixir kombucha launches in Kansas City

    Amy Goldman and Sean Galloway set out last year to open a beer brewery and bread bakery called The Brewkery. Their plans changed after they "fell in love" with kombucha, a fizzy fermented tea drink. (Video by Sarah Gish)

Amy Goldman and Sean Galloway set out last year to open a beer brewery and bread bakery called The Brewkery. Their plans changed after they "fell in love" with kombucha, a fizzy fermented tea drink. (Video by Sarah Gish) sgish@kcstar.com
Amy Goldman and Sean Galloway set out last year to open a beer brewery and bread bakery called The Brewkery. Their plans changed after they "fell in love" with kombucha, a fizzy fermented tea drink. (Video by Sarah Gish) sgish@kcstar.com

Fizzy, fermented tea kombucha bubbles up in Kansas City

April 26, 2016 3:00 AM