Batch celebrates 5 years of supporting local makers

Batch celebrates 5 years of supporting local makers

We are celebrating five years of supporting local makers, sharing the best Nashville-made products, and growing the maker community. 

Batch Store ribbon cutting

Join us at our store in the Nashville Farmers' Market on Wednesday, August 1st, for Batch's 5th birthday. From 10-12, we'll have biscuits from Delta 61 with Nashville Jam and TruBee honey. From 4-6, come shop and sip during happy hour. Swing by the Picnic Tap for $2 off pints and come to our store for free Prohibition Popcorn. We even have a special offer — $5 off any order of $40 or more.

Batch is the brainchild of friends Sam Davidson, Stephen Moseley and Rob Williams, who started the business in 2013 because they wanted to make it easier to discover and share the cool stuff made in Nashville.

Starting with the Batch subscription service, the Batch team curated and delivered a monthly package featuring 3 to 5 unique, handcrafted goods with a description of each product and its maker. In addition to the subscription, Batch has a retail in the Nashville Farrmers' Market (opened in November 2014) and a line of curated gifts ideal for personal gifts, corporate gifts, events and weddings.

Batch’s mission is to highlight locally made goods that define a sense of place and the person making them. Cities are defined by the makers, their food and their goods. With Batch, people who love a city can support it by enjoying and sharing the products that make it unique and the city can spread its culture to more people.