Circle initiated the Healthcare Worker Donation program to support the courageous people fighting on the frontline of the current pandemic. “It’s our way of contributing to the cause, even if only to keep these frontline workers hydrated and feeling good.” Matt Whiteside, Circle CEO. Because Circle already had established relationships with many local and regional hospitals, it was able to promptly develop a donation network and start its donation initiative at the outset of the

Home Delivery

With so many of us practicing social distancing and working from home – In addition to our Curbside Pickup on Saturdays from 9-12, here are the places you can find Circle any day of the week:Home Delivery:Green Bean Delivery – 4-packs, single cansMarket Wagon – 4-packs, 12-packsCluster Truck – single cans

With so many of us working from home, we wanted to give our community something to help them feel good and find balance during this time. We have created a Feel Good Kit packed with coloring pages, a word search, and a conference call bingo (adults version) for both adults and kids. Download each below. Kids Feel Good KitDownload ADULT – Feel Good KitDownload

It has always been our mission to help people find balance and feel good, one drink at a time. We’re working on every possible way we can to support our partners and our community. With our partners having to close their doors for dine-in service, many are offering delivery and/or carry-out options, as well as options to buy gift cards or merchandise. We have compiled a list of as many partner locations that have been

2020 Flavor Calendar

2020 vision is here! Production plan for what’s to come this year. We listened to you all on what you’re craving – so thank YOU for the input. Also, be on the lookout for Circle Reserve – A single batch series, featuring our most exclusive ingredients and flavors. We are currently offering the first Circle Reserve of the year, Cherry Vanilla. You can find it in Indianapolis area weekend farmers markets and at with local

2019 Community Report

We couldn’t be where we are without our community and our amazing team. Thank YOU for a great year.

Dry January

It’s all about balance.  We all have either been there, are there, or know someone who has made their New Year’s Resolution to exercise more, eat healthier, read more, drink less, the list goes on. Many of these revolve around living a healthier life, whether physically or mentally. It’s a big reason as to why Dry January has had so much success. We strive to be in places you’d not expect. We want to provide

We are thrilled here at Circle because two of our partners have joined forces! Kroger has partnered with ClusterTruck to deliver fresh food and Circle Kombucha right to your door! ClusterTruck also just opened their dark kitchen in Carmel, IN. Be sure to add our tastefully balanced kombucha to your order. 

Local Holiday Gift Guide

We are thankful to be featured in Visit Indy’s Local Holiday Gift Guide. Not sure what to gift your loved ones this holiday season? Why not surprise them with one—or more—of these unique, artisan, Indiana-sourced goodies! From handcrafted jewelry to next-level crayons to locally sourced mustard, there’s something for everyone on your shopping list in Indiana. Catch these local shops and more at Yelp’s Totally Bazaar on December 7.

Ghostlight Coffee, a popular coffee house near downtown Dayton, is gearing up for its second location. The retailer will open the doors for its ‘Midtown” store at 800 S. Patterson Blvd. on Thursday, Nov. 14. The expansion brings another coffee option to the region, as well as creates new jobs. “We can’t wait to show Dayton what we’ve been creating in Midtown,” said Ghostlight founder and owner Shane Anderson. “Our team’s been working hard to

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Every Saturday Daybreak 8 teams up with Indiana Grown to highlight a local company. This week Skylar Williams stopped by the Daybreak studios to talk about Circle Kombucha. You may be wondering what exactly Kombucha is. Williams explained it’s a fermented tea which was first created in ancient times. Circle Kombucha started in 2015. The business has evolved into a blossoming company that is bringing the brew to local shops and beyond.

INDIANAPOLIS — It is a brand seen in Central Indiana since 2015, but now, Circle, a beverage company, is seeing the success of years of work in the Central City. Sip and savor the sweet treat brewed in Indy’s backyard. It is a simple drink loaded with ingredients to make your body feel good. “At its base: it is a fermented tea,” Skylar Williams, co-founder and head brewer at Circle said. “Tea, sugar, water, and

Indianapolis-based beverage maker Circle Kombucha wants to sell its signature product—carbonated, fermented tea—throughout the Midwest. There’s just one hitch: While kombucha (pronounced kumBOOcha, it’s the generic name for the tea) is already quite popular on the coasts, it’s mostly unknown in America’s midsection. The company’s co-founder and CEO, Matt Whiteside, sees advantages and disadvantages in this. On one hand, locals have to be educated about his wares. On the other, Circle enjoys a more-or-less open

Indianapolis, IN– Circle, best known for its Circle City Kombucha brand, will open a new manufacturing facility and release an enhanced brand & package format this summer.  Circle is a vertically-integrated, better-for-you beverage company whose mission is to help people find balance & feel good, one sip at a time. The company’s new manufacturing facility is located on Indianapolis’ near east side and it features a state-of-the-art fermentation clean-room that increases production capacity ten-fold. Furthermore,

 Beyond Monumental, the 501(c)3 non-profit responsible for the CNO Financial Indianapolis Monumental Marathon has announced a new partnership with Circle City Kombucha. Circle City Kombucha will have a presence at the Indy Half Marathon at Fort Ben and the Monumental Mile, as well as engaging with participants at other community-centered events hosted by Beyond Monumental throughout the year. Circle City Kombucha was founded in 2015 and prides themselves in going beyond the usual health drink.

COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 13, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The newest drink innovation on tap at Crimson Cup Coffee Houses in Columbus and Tallmadge, Ohio is Circle City Kombucha. This fermented tea drink contains naturally-occurring probiotics that support digestive health. “We’re excited to add this fizzy all-natural beverage to our cold drink brew bar,” said Regional Coffee House Manager Kim Popson. “We wanted to provide a delicious, healthy option for our customers who may want something other than coffee. Not only is it the best

We’ve partnered with local author, photographers, and cooking duo – A Couple Cooks! The new year brings us so many new choices and opportunities. Many of us have goals to eat healthy – but it gets hard. A Couple Cooks makes it easy for all of us! That’s why it was a no brainer for us to partner up. Healthy eating has never been more simple! For your change to win their cookbook, Pretty Simple

New Year, New YOU

Make any New Year’s resolutions/goals for the year? We did – it’s to continue to grow the Feel Good community! We want it to be easy for you to make healthier choices on a budget! To help kickstart that – For the ENTIRE month of January we are offering $1 off any CCK purchase. To get your $1 all you have to do is 1️⃣– Take a picture of your receipt 2️⃣– Email the picture

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Our all new Daybreak segments with Indiana Grown gives Hoosiers a chance to check out some delicious local recipes. This week, we highlighted Circle City Kombucha with Matt Whiteside. Kombucha is the latest food trend to explode across the country. It’s a fermented tea known for its health benefits. Check out the interview above for more on Kombucha!

Skylar Williams is a native of Portland, Oregon, where he enjoyed a wide selection of fermented foods like Kombucha, Kim Chi, and Kefir. In fact, he was drinking so much Kombucha that he decided to start brewing his own. For years, Skylar perfected his own home recipes. But when it came time to turn his hobby into a business, the opportunity took Skylar over 2,000 miles away to the Midwestern city of Indianapolis where Kombucha

Companies that make tea drinks, pop-up campers and jewelry in central Indiana are among 22 manufactures that announced plans Friday to locate or expand their operations in the state. Two companies in Indianapolis—Circle City Kombucha and Leentu Corp.—will invest a total of $2.7 million and create 78 jobs over the next several years. In addition, Rosa Vila Jewelry said it will hire 27 people in Hamilton County. The Indiana Economic Development Corp. packaged the 22

Books & Brews and Circle City Kombucha, two of Indianapolis’s fastest growing businesses, are excited to announce a new collaboration that is sure to be highly sought after by fans of both craft beer and kombucha. The “Duo Series” is designed to highlight classic duos in literary history while combining the flavors of Circle City’s effervescent fermented tea with Books & Brews massively-hopped nano-brewed IPAs. The Duo Series will be available on the first Friday

MindBody Colleen Feature

As we enter July, one of the hottest months in Indiana, I know for me personally I’m always craving a cold drink. I try my hardest to stay away for pop and other high sugary drinks. One way that I’ve kept my promise to myself to keep this a pop free summer is to add Kombucha into my diet. The fizzy carbonation mixed with an assortment of different types of flavors is a healthy beautiful

Visit Indy (September 2017)

When you think of soda you don’t associate it with something that’s good for you – Circle City Kombucha’s Feel Good Soda begs to differ with their fruit based flavors of Kombucha. Circle City Kombucha is making an effort to brand their Kombucha as a common everyday drink that replaces a typical high sugar beverage. This sparkling beverage is versatile, just like any soda or juice. In the last few years, Kombucha has grown across America

Nuvo (May 2017)

I remember the first time a friend of mine mentioned kombucha. This friend only eats and drinks for sustenance, and not for enjoyment. I more often than not eat purely for enjoyment. He was into this healthy, probiotic fermented tea drink and he said that I’d love it. I think he likened it to beer — I’m in! — before he let me have a swig from his bottle. He was wrong — completely wrong. This was not


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