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August 29, 2017

A Shot of Culture

by The Bossmann Magazine

From the boys of Florida Georgia Line comes this redefined, truly unique and innovative fusion of country, pop and hip-hop

F.G.L (Brian Kelley & Tyler Hubbard) released their newest creation which embodies everything the two believe in from cultural acceptance to enjoying the simple things in life. Before releasing their newest product, the fellas had already made their mark in the country music world. Having skyrocketed to success with hits like Cruise ft. Nelly, This is How We Roll ft. Jason Derulo and not to mention their latest single featuring The Backstreet Boys which has sold over 400K copies. Both Brian and Kelley knew that venturing out and growing the F.G.L name was the right move and this was the right time. The guys kept it country by focusing on the one thing all cowboys know how to do, drink! But Florida Georgia Line added more than just a wooden cask flavor to their whiskey and tastefully incorporated two of the south’s most traditional staples, peaches and pecans.

Old Camp Whiskey debuted the new bottle and made it available for the public at limited stores for those lucky few who could get their hands on it. Now the whiskey is sold through out the country with it’s home in Nashville, Tennessee at the guy’s most recent investment…The FGL House Restaurant & Bar. A multi-level attraction serving southern comfort food and dance floors that play everything from hip-hop to country. Yet again showing that these two boss-men have everything going right for them and want to share it with the world.

Visit to find a local retailer that carries this one of a kind whiskey and if you’re ever in Nashville show the guys some love by visiting the FGL House.

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