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Country Stars with Their Own Drink Brands

It seems like every country singer is a business owner these days. Carrie Underwood has an athletic apparel line, Miranda Lambert has her own Jewelry and home decor collection, and Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Lambert, and soon-to-be Eric Church and Luke Combs even have their own bars on Broadway. So in light of it being summer, we’re looking at the country singers who happen to own their own alcoholic drink brands.

Kenny Chesney

Kenny Chesney owns Blue Chair Bay Rum. The brand launched in 2013, so it’s celebrating a decade of happy customers. Chesney told Forbes back in 2016, “I own it 100%. It was important to me, it’s my inspiration, my story. It’d be hard to share that with anyone else.” The company is derived from Chesney’s love of the beach, the Islands, and rum of course. Blue Chair Bay offers a variety of flavors including Mango, Mocha, Key Lime, Coconut, Banana, and plenty more.

Thomas Rhett

Thomas Rhett and his cousin Jeff Worn created Dos Primos Tequila in 2019. Dos Primos is literally Spanish for “two cousins.” Worn happens to be the owner of South Georgia Pecans, one of the largest pecan suppliers in the world. Rhett often promotes the brand on his concert tours and on social media.