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Partners open urban kombucha taproom

December 14, 2018
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A kombucha business has opened a taproom in the city.

Sacred Springs unveiled its taproom at 1059 Wealthy St. SE this month, making it the two-man operation’s first physical location.

The taproom features a variety of kombucha flavors for sale in bottles, as well as 12 rotating drafts, which may include jasmine, chamomile, raspberry, coconut lime, vanilla mushroom and apple cinnamon.

Sacred Springs also sets itself apart by producing what it calls “sound-infused” kombucha.

Co-owner Joel Andrus is a classically trained violinist, and his business partner Geoff Lamdan is a traditional neuropathic practitioner and sound therapist.

Andrus and Lamdan have been brewing Sacred Springs kombucha since 2013, rolling out their specialty brews at farmers markets and retailers statewide.

Sacred Springs kombucha can also be found at Meijer, Kingma’s Market, Madcap, Harmony Brewing and other specialty retailers.

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