Batey Farms: volunteermissiongrains.com
Batey Farms of Murfreesboro started the Volunteer Mission Grains initiative to give local producers the ability to create a fully Tennessee-based product. They provide us with a non-genetically modified barley and rye from a farm that has been family owned and operated for eight generations, dating back to 1807.
Frontier Coffee Company: frontiercoffee.com
In our tasting house, our artisan coffees are all made with Frontier Coffee Company beans roasted by our partners just 10 minutes down the road. There are also bags of Frontier Coffee available to purchase at The Battery Tasting House, including two blends we have collaborated on: Atlas Spiced Rum Coffee and Pursue Bourbon Coffee.
The Stand at Peirce’s Produce, Inc. facebook.com/TheStandPeircesProduceInc/
Jefferson City, TN
Mossback is proud to partner with The Stand at Peirce’s Produce, Inc. located here in Jefferson City. They supply us with fresh fruit for our cocktails.
Shelton Farms: picktnproducts.org/picktn-producers/picktn-listing.316.html
New Market, TN
Shelton Farms of New Market, located less than fifteen minutes away from our distillery, provides us with a strain of heirloom dent corn that has its roots dating back to the 1870s. This heirloom corn was originally selected by the Native Americans of the area and widely used across Southern Appalachia.
Holston Valley Honey Company: facebook.com/holstonvalleyhoney
New Market, TN
Mossback is proud to partner with Holston Valley Honey Company by using their raw, local honey in not only some of our crafted cocktails and mocktails, but in some of our coffee drinks too! In addition, you can purchase your own jar of their delicious honey directly from The Battery Tasting House.
It all began with two visionaries, Jeremy Reed and Daniel Taylor, whose friendship developed in the small town of Jefferson City, Tennessee. Both eventually became entrepreneurs, Reed in Jefferson City and Taylor in San Antonio, Texas. Their shared roots and ongoing friendship led to the creation of Pursue Bourbon, which was followed by Pursue Spirits Co. and then Mossback Distillery. The friends’ vision was to create a space that would bring a community together while giving back to the town they love, encouraging the area to grow.