Delicious hand-harvested sea salt is delicately sprinkled into cultured, small-batch churned butter, creating an exceptional flavor and texture in this time-honored classic made in Atlanta, GA.
Because they use the freshest cream and culture and batch churn in a process that takes up to 20 times longer than mass-production methods, Banner Butter's unsalted butter stands alone with superior flavor and creaminess.
While industrial scale butters are made with unripened cream and added “natural” flavoring, Banner Butter, a small-batch butter, is made with patiently-cultured cream from hormone-free, grass-fed cows with no added flavoring. They go big, but only in taste.
Everything else is small, simple and slow.
In 2012, armed with nothing more than a few 19th century dairy journals, a small mixer and a passion for simple and natural foods, Drew McBath and his wife Elizabeth embarked on a journey that would bring hand-crafted, deep-flavored butter to food lovers across the country.
With plenty of encouragement from friends and family, Drew and Elizabeth began selling tiny runs of Banner Butter at a few farmers’ markets around Atlanta.
Today, Banner Butter maintains its small-batch approach to butter making while selling across the southeast and Texas in restaurants and high-end grocers.