Jason Aldean and Florida Georgia Line (FGL) are pleased to announce the launch of their latest collaboration: Wolf Moon Bourbon. After touring together since 2014, Aldean, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley have become close friends and frequent collaborators, teaming up for Aldean’s multiple No. 1 hits such as Aldean’s “You Make It Easy,” that FGL co-wrote, and joining forces on the song “Can’t Hide Red.”
Wolf Moon is an 80-proof bourbon distilled from Midwestern grains and aged for four years in new, charred American oak barrels. The bourbon’s flavor profile, chosen by the trio, offers caramel, sweet corn, honey and candied fruit, balanced by hints of oak and spice.
“There’s nothing like sharing a glass of bourbon with my crew after a show—you could say its been part of our ritual for years,” said Jason Aldean. “Tyler and Brian have been a part of that ritual and we wanted to create something to remind us of our favorite memories. Wolf Moon’s name is a nod to the pack—the friends that become family. I’m looking forward to raising a glass with all my fans on the road this year.”
Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard are no strangers to the whiskey world, with the duo introducing Old Camp Whiskey back in 2016, starting with a peach pecan flavor to celebrate their home states and made to get the party started. It was only natural for them and the distilling team to collaborate with Jason on their next whiskey venture—a four-year-old straight bourbon, made for sipping and taking in ‘the good life’ moments with friends.
“Making good whiskey is a passion of ours, and we really wanted to create something new and fresh with Jason,” said Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard. “We’ve had this idea for years and spent a lot of time making sure we got it just right. We’re all so proud of this and can’t wait for all of the memories to be made over Wolf Moon.”
Wolf Moon is currently available in select markets and soon to be available nationally at a suggested retail price of $24.99 for a 750 ml bottle.