Will Fermented Coffee Replace Both Your Latte & Your Kombucha?

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Coffee soda has been on the scene for a while, but it hasn’t been swept up into the craft coffee craze. Until now.

A new company based in Texas, Coffer, has developed a new kind of carbonated soda that is fermented rather than carbonated with CO2. And we can’t wait to try it.

Now you could carbonate your coffee by just using your soda stream and a batch of concentrated cold brew. But the problem with that is that it ends up being incredibly bitter. What makes Coffer different is that they ferment the cold brew with a small amount of sugar and yeast. (They aren’t disclosing which kind just yet.)

Coffer is currently available in Texas, and hopes to roll out national distribution in the coming months. Homebrewers, will you be trying a version of your own?