Mobtown Fermentation is coming back home.
Well, not quite the same home. The company, which now produces hundreds of thousands of bottles of its Wild Kombucha a year, is too outsized to fit back into its original quarters in the side of a former Hampden juice shop.
But soon the beverage company, which specializes in fermented teas known for their supposed health benefits, will be trading its 3,400-square-foot space in Lutherville for a facility four times larger near the city-county line in Northwest Baltimore. The new spot, in a business park at 4820 Seton Ave., will be big enough for the company to scale up its production capacity, increase its staff and build out a taproom to draw customers in.