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Revive Kombucha

Revive Kombucha
status: exited (December 2018)

Revive Kombucha is a leading functional beverage brand offering healthy and delicious craft kombucha. Made with a delicate craft-brewing approach, Revive offers immense probiotic health benefits and features naturally-fermented tea and all-natural sugar. The company currently brews seven delicious kombucha flavors, with inventive new flavors constantly in the works. Revive can be found at grocery stores such as Whole Foods, Trader Joes, Wegmans and many others. In December 2018, existing investor Peet’s Coffee announced its acquisition of a majority stake of the company, representing a successful exit for Beechwood Capital.

Revive Kombucha
Company News
  • BEVNET - December 20, 2018
    Peet’s Acquires Majority Stake in Revive Kombucha

    Peet’s Coffee has taken a majority stake in California-based kombucha brand Revive, giving the growing company a single long-term partner and buying out the company’s previous investors, including Beechwood Capital.

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  • BEVNET - June 25, 2018
    Revive Revamps Bottle Design To Showcase Ingredients

    California-based Revive Kombucha has unveiled a new look for its 12 oz. glass bottles featuring a simplified and streamlined visual identity that founder Sean Lovett said would bring greater attention to the liquid itself.

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  • BevNET - August 24, 2017
    Revive Lands $7.5M Peet’s Investment

    Over the past year Revive has made major strides in national distribution at retailers like Whole Foods, Wegmans, Trader Joe’s and Fairway. “When we went into this Series B round, knowing it had to be a bigger check and a bigger partner, we wanted to make sure we understood the path we were walking down and who that partner was going to be,” said Lovett.

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  • Sonoma Index Tribune - May 29, 2017
    Kombucha, Other Probiotic Drinks Making Inroads In Wine Country

    When you think about the fermented beverages that are an integral part of Sonoma County’s identity and its economy, what comes to mind are alcoholic drinks like wine, beer and cider.

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