LAND AND WATER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Prism Kombucha is located on ancestral lands, Treaty 1 territory, traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. The water we use to brew our kombucha is sourced from the City of Winnipeg and originates from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation. We acknowledge the lasting harm caused to Shoal Lake 40 First Nation by the construction of the aqueduct.
As a company, Prism Kombucha is committed to minimizing our environmental impact, ethically sourcing the healthiest plants and supporting local and Indigenous growers and foragers. We are also committed to positively using our influence to promote reconciliation with Indigenous People.
Manager and Brewer
Prism Kombucha is a Manitoban registered company owned and operated by St-Léon Gardens, a local 2nd generation family-run fruit & vegetable market established in 1979.
"Our mission, proudly passed down from our parents, is to support local growers and make fresh food and beverages as accessible as possible."
- Colin, Luc, Dan & Janelle Rémillard,
St-Leon Gardens and Prism Kombucha owners
OUR HUMBLE BEGINNINGS
Prism Kombucha was founded in 2017 by Winnipeg local Daniel Pastuck with the objective of providing Winnipeggers with a healthy alternative to soda and alcoholic drinks. From 2017 to 2020, Prism grew its presence across Manitoba and innovated by brewing unique flavours using Canadian wild-foraged ingredients.
STRAIGHT FROM AN URBAN FARM
Prism Kombucha is brewed at Fort Whyte Farms, an urban farm and social enterprise located at Fort Whyte Alive, on the outskirts of Winnipeg. We brew in a shared commercial kitchen and rent space to ferment and package our product. Fort Whyte Farms is partially powered by solar energy. Just outside our brewery, you'll find a thriving urban farm, a bison herd, a young but promising orchard and the most beautiful scenic trails in Winnipeg.