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Nashville’s Big Machine Distillery welcomed friends, family, and industryites last night (7/29) to guzzle limited-edition Big Machine Beer, Justin Moore’s “Late Nights and Longnecks” IPA. In celebration of his fifth studio album of the same name, out via Valory/BMLG, label head Scott Borchetta and team welcomed Moore prior to his four-song set, which included his current Top 5 single, “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home,” as well as recent tracks “Why We Drink,” “That’s My Boy” and “On the Rocks.”

Pictured above after a wild game of Beer Pong are (l-r) Valory Music Co. President George Briner, Moore, Borchetta, and L3 Entertainment’s Peter Hartung.