Surprise! Luke Bryan has opened a Florida cigar shop

Luke Bryan and Cody Alan enjoy a cigar. Image: Instagram/CMTCody
Luke Bryan and Cody Alan enjoy a cigar. Image: Instagram/CMTCody

Luke Bryan has been photographed a time or two sucking on a big ol’ stogie, but who knew he was actually a cigar aficionado?

Turns out that he really is.

[adinserter block=”3″] According to Nashville Kat, Bryan has opened a new cigar shop with a buddy in Florida near the singer’s vacation home.

Luke also just opened a cigar store there called, Shore Thing Cigars with an indoor conversation area, seven TVs, wine for sale and scented air. Luke’s partner says his fans can expect him to stop in frequently.

There isn’t anything mentioned on Shore Thing’s Facebook, Twitter, Google+ page, or website about its famous co-owner, but there are quite a few pictures of Luke at the establishment having what looks to be a blast.

If you happen to be in Panama City, Florida anytime soon, you can stop by Shore Thing’s shop in The Hub shopping complex to check it out.

(H/T Nashville Kat)

 

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