Commercially produced, ready-to-drink kefir is available in many supermarkets and health stores. In my opinion, one of the most dependable brands is Lifeway. You can also make your own kefir by using kefir grains or a kefir starter. You can use regular milk, goat's milk, or coconut milk to make kefir. There are even water-kefir grains available. Making kefir from the grains is much more beneficial for you, but you will also more prone to having problems with the grains during the time it takes to make it. The kefir starters are very easy to use taking 24 to 36 hours for the kefir to ferment. Kefir grains can be purchased through various online stores, and the starter kits are available from Body Ecology which is also online.