Healthy Drinking

On Tap at Oddfellows: Kombucha

Farmers market favorite CommuniTea is available indoors.

By Allecia Vermillion November 2, 2011

Photo: Paul Kooiman

Capitol Hill mainstay Oddfellows Cafe and Bar is no stranger to drinks of the intoxicating variety. But the restaurant’s latest on-tap addition is downright healthy: kombucha from local maker CommuniTea.

According to the Oddfellows release, the cafe is one of just a handful of venues in Seattle to offer the company’s kombucha on tap, specifically a new version made with biodynamic tea. A six-ounce glass runs you $2.50; a 10-ounce glass is $3.50.

Wander through a farmers market in Seattle and you’re likely to encounter CommuniTea’s wares at one of its stalls. Owner Chris Joyner’s been making the tea since 1993; his was the first operation licensed by the Washington State Department of Agriculture to make kombucha.

According to Joyner, you can also find the drink at Sutra in Wallingford, and in the near future at Fremont’s Uneeda Burger.

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