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.