Testing the pH at the beginning of your brew is always a good idea to keep mold and unwanted bacteria out of your brew. Aim to start at 4.5 or below. Kombucha can have a pH anywhere from 2.5-3.8 depending on the stage of the brew, so testing it can hone in on you and your family’s personal favorite time to pull.
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