2017 Upcoming Events and News
We are hiring!
Do you love kombucha? Do you love people? We would love to hire you for our farmers market booth at Portland Farmers Markets this summer.
Days and times:
Starting now: Saturdays from 7am to 3:30pm.
Starting June through October: some Sundays 8:30am to 3pm, and Mondays from 8:30am to 3:30pm.
Availability on all days preferred but not a must.
JOB DESCRIPTION/ RESPONSIBILITIES:
Load in / load out of product and market booth. You must be able to lift up to 50lbs and stand for extended periods of time. You also must have a big enough car (think Honda CVR or larger)
Customer service: Selling kombucha and be the friendly, helpful face of a local, small kombucha brewery!
REQUIRED SKILLS/ EXPERIENCE/ QUALITIES
• Hold yourself accountable and get the tasks done alone is a must
• Love interaction with people, be courteous, outgoing and helpful
• Holder of a food handlers card
• Be able to lift up to 50lbs and stand for extended periods of time
• Be punctual, reliable, and honest
• Knowledge of brewing and fermenting processes
• Have a reliable, large enough car and a smart phone.
• Basic understanding of math, being able to give exact change, etc.
Please reply by email with a short cover letter why you would like to work at a farmers market and the model of your car with a resume attached.
September 19th-22th, 2013
August 9th-12th, 2013
We will serve delicious kombucha on tap at the Beloved Festival at Tidewater Falls again. Find more information about the festival here: www.belovedfestival.com
July, 18th-21st, 2013
At Horning’s Hideout—a venue treasured for its prolific shade trees, audience-friendly concert bowl, and easy access from Portland. From Thursday afternoon through the late hours of Sunday night, the venue’s two stages host a series of celebrated bluegrass and newgrass/rock/indie/folk/country musicians. We’ll enjoy awesome music while serving bubbly kombucha!
by Stephanie Wilson
“This is Eva, and I met her last Sunday at the Farmer’s Market. I was excited to find her smiling out from the trailer with Eva’s Herbucha on tap! Eva has been making kombucha for nearly a decade. She’s been selling commercially for the past four years…” read more
July 20th – 22nd, 2012
Next stop on our Kombucha Festival Tour 2012 is Photosynthesis. It will be so lovely to spend some time at the beautiful coast of Washington. Find more information about the festival here: www.photosynthesisfestival.com
May 17th-22nd, 2012
Eva’s Herbucha will be part of Symbiosis Festival 2012. 5 days of music, dance, yoga, art, and much more. We are looking very forward to it and hope to see you there. Find more information about the festival here: www.pyramideclipse.com
JOIN THE 30 DAY KOMBUCHA CHALLENGE!
Eva’s Herbucha is proud and excited to be part of a nation wide movement encouraging people to swap their sodas, coffee, energy drink for kombucha and feel the difference!
To learn how you can be part of this movement go to
January 4th, 2012
2 years later to the day Joe with KPTV stopped by again. I invited Amanda from Lion Heart Kombucha to join us and we had a lot of fun. Click here to watch a video clip with some great information about kombucha brewing.
by Katherine Cole
“Some people swear by the curative properties of antioxidant- and probiotic-rich kombucha. Others can’t get past the fermented tea’s stinky smell and vinegary flavor. Enter Eva’s Herbucha…” read more
February 12th, 2011
by Marissa Castello
“While many people have discovered it and most are enjoying the health benefits of Kombucha tea, there is one Portland Kombucha producer who delivers the ultimate healing tonic- one with carefully crafted herbs and spices that taste brilliant and go beyond any other Kombucha tea on the market…” read more
March 11th, 2010
by Erin Codazzi
“While the tap trend has been going strong in the Bay Area for some time, it’s just gaining ground in Portland. All the ingredients are here to practically guarantee that it becomes more than just a passing fancy: a captive audience of kombucha fans and a community that’s high on sustainability and economy. By putting the tea on tap, it’s accessible at a lower price point and…” read more
January 24th, 2010
EatHealthyBeHappy Blog Entry:
“On the way out we stopped by one of their tasting stations. The lady that was at the stand, Eva, was giving kombucha samples. But let me tell you that it was not any kombucha that you might have tasted to date–hers are absolutely amazing, made with various healing herbs and tasty… oh, so tasty. read more
January 12th, 2010
Another new flavor is coming out. “Comforting” is made with organic Oolong tea and has mulling spices added to it. Perfect for chilly weather you can heat this kombucha gently and let it warm you from the inside. It tastes great cold too.
January 4th, 2010
And because it was so much fun last time on TV, we’ll do that again. Watch “On the go with Joe” today from 5:30am to 8am on Fox 12. There will be segments spread throughout that time showing more about our company and how to brew kombucha live from our kitchen! Click here for the video.
December 31st , 2009
Herbucha will be on TV! Watch local Channel Fox 12 at 1:15pm. KPTV’s “Better Portland” invited me to talk a bit about kombucha and my company. Watch the video here.
November 6th, 2009
We are spreading out! Angeline’s Bakery & Cafe in Sisters, OR is now serving our organic kombucha on tap. Angeline’s Bakery is known for its delicious gluten-free breads and pastries. Stop by when you are in town!
September 1st, 2009
Herbucha welcomes its very first employee. This wonderful soul had volunteered her time for a few months now helping me in the bottling process. From this month on though she moved into employee status, meaning I am actually paying her. Welcome Kate, employee #1!
August 25th, 2009
Kombucha on tap is here! Red & Black Cafe is the very first place in Portland, Oregon to serve kombucha on tap and it happens to be Herbucha™ Uplifting. Kombucha on tap has many advantages. It is a healthy alternative to alcohol and sodas on tap, it is cheaper than bottled, and it means recycling at its finest by not using the bottles in the first place.
So “Zum Wohl!” … “To your health!”…. as the Germans would say!
August 8th, 2009
I am proud to announce a new flavor: Relax. The herbal blend is made of organic passionflower, skullcap, and oat straw. And I added rose water for its soothing qualities (and it is really tasty!). Click here for more product details.