Under Construction/Pressure


Our new website is currently under construction! Finally!!!

I was looking for good “under construction” images, but I just kept singing “Under Pressure” to myself, so decided to give in & post the video.

Please visit our Facebook page for up-to-date information, & the new site will debut soon!

Thank you, as always!

 

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Neighborhood Love!

 

 

 

 

Thank you East Nashville, With Love; we love y’all, too!

Here’s the little write-up, about halfway down the page. JEFF the Brotherhood, The Civil Wars & US! We’re truly humbled. And excited!

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Everything’s New!

Hey folks!

We’re getting set for a great year, which will include (but not be limited to) new labels, a new website & new retail locations! Please visit our facebook page for a preview of the new labels (designed by the talented David Higdon!) & keep checking back for more updates.

You can still get your Cumberland Valley Kombucha at Mitchell Delicatessen, along with some seriously amazing sandwiches. Hope your 2012’s treating you well, so far, & see y’all soon! Thanks!

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Well hello there, friends!

If you haven’t already, please say hey to us on good ‘ol Facebook! Check in often for pertinent updates, breaking news & our favorite music videos.

facebook.com/cumberlandvalleykombucha

Thanks again for your support & we’ll see y’all soon!

love,

CVK

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Thanks for a Good Time

Thanks to everyone for coming out to the East Nashville Farmer’s Market and visiting us!¬† We’ll see you every Wednesday from 3:30-6:30 at the Freewill Baptist Church (210 S. 10th St.), selling kombucha and busting moves.

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CVK love Mitchell’s

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I’ll Drink To That

“…when every town in America produces its own distinctive lacto-fermented brew, Americans will see the dawning of a new age of good health & well-being…along with a new era of economic vitality¬† based on small-scale local production rather than large-scale monopolistic control of the food processing industry”

-Sally Fallon, from Nourishing Traditions

 

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