Luke Bryan Jokes That His Mom is ‘Cutting Into’ His Profits After She Raids His Two Lane Supply
It’s no secret that Luke Bryan’s mom, LeClaire, is a fan of his Two Lane American Golden Lager, and now, it…
Luke Bryan, Caroline Bryan, LeClaire Bryan
It’s no secret that Luke Bryan’s mom, LeClaire, is a fan of his Two Lane American Golden Lager, and now, it appears she’s taken a liking to his just-launched Two Lane Hard Seltzer.
LeClarie recently paid a visit to Shore Thing Cigars, which is co-owned by Luke Bryan, to stock up on some Two Lane. She took to Instagram to give her son a shoutout while visiting the store.
“Hey Luke, This is what happens when you leave me at the beach house…having fun,” she said. “See you later!”
Bryan was quick to respond to LeClaire’s post, writing, “Mama. Cutting into my profits again. Love you.”
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Bryan previously opened up about LeClaire’s love for Two Lane, explaining that her stamp of approval on the product meant the world to him.
“The best part about it is my mother has signed off on liking it. The most prolific beer drinker I’ve ever met. We tallied it up, she’s had 87,000 beers in her life,” he joked with Country Now and other media. “That was a rough estimate, but probably pretty damn close. I’m sorry mom, but it’s the truth.”
Bryan and Constellation Brands, the leading brewer and producer of high-end beer, wine and spirits, introduced Two Lane Hard Seltzer earlier this year and
“It’s a great complement to the lager, and I hope y’all love it as much as I do,” the superstar shared upon its release.
In just a few short weeks, the Georiga native will release his Born Here Live Here Die Here (Deluxe Edition) album, which will include the project’s original 10 tracks as well as six brand new songs.
“We all know 2020 was hard on all levels for many,” Bryan previously acknowledged. “Things were put on hold in the entertainment business, but it did allow more time to make music and I’m excited to share these six new songs.”
Luke Bryan’s Born Here Live Here Die Here (Deluxe Edition) is available for pre-order HERE.
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