Luke Bryan set to Launch Beer with Constellation Brands – Here’s Where to Buy It
Country Singer Luke Bryan is partnering with Constellation Brands to release a new beer brand, “Two Lane Brewing”. Here’s where to buy Two Lane Beer.
By Clara Jaide on Feb. 21, 2020
Calling all beer-loving country music fans! Boy, do we have something in store for you! Country Singer Luke Bryan is partnering with Constellation Brands to release a new beer brand called “Two Lane”. The brand already has a line of seltzers, however, the singer announced in a Facebook video that the brand’s first beer will be an American Golden Lager. Rumor has it, the beer is inspired by his hit song, “Drink A Beer”.
Country Music Star Luke Bryan Releases Two Lane American Golden Lager
The American Lager is described as an “easy-to-enjoy, sessionable beer” that offers a clean and crisp taste that “transports you to a place where good friends and good times are waiting.”
Bryan says the name of the brewery was inspired by two lane country roads and the joys found at the end of them. “It’s these kinds of places his beer is perfect for,” he states in his press release. “Between my songs, Instagram posts and onstage toasts to my audience, it’s no secret that I like beer. For a long time, I’ve dreamed of creating a beer to enjoy no matter if you are hanging out at one of my shows or at home with friends and family, and I was so grateful to find a partner in Constellation to make that dream a reality.”
What is Constellation Brands?
Constellation Brands is a macro beer and spirit producer. Constellations owns many popular beer brands like Corona and Modelo.
Two Lane American Golden Lager is a smooth sippin’, clean and crisp beer made with high-quality American ingredients. Brewed in collaboration with country music star, Luke Bryan, Two Lane Lager is brewed with American grown barley and water from the Blue Ridge Mountains for a modern take on an easy-drinking classic. Inspired by the two lane roads that can take you places a highway never could – a place where friends and good times are waiting and the beer is always cold. Clean and crisp, Two Lane Lager is a taste of home wherever you go. Contains 99 calories, 3 grams of carbs, and 4.2% ABV per 12 ounce serving.
When will the Luke Bryan Two Lane Golden Lager be released?
The Two Lane American Golden Lager by Luke Bryan and Constellation Brands is set to release on March 2, 2020.
Where to buy Two Lane Golden Lager
The initial release of the Two Lane Golden Lager will be available in seven states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. Keep a lookout for Two Lane’s American Golden Lager on shelves!
Not in one of those seven states?
That’s okay, we’ve got a list of the best craft beers in your city on the JustBeer Guides!
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