Jason and Travis Kelce behind the scenes! NFL brothers give fans a look at Garage Beer photoshoot

Jason and Travis Kelce gave fans a behind the scenes look at their photoshoot for Garage Beer after becoming part-owners of the brand.

On Wednesday, it was announced that the NFL brothers were investing in the company, which is owned by the Braxton Brewing Corporation in Kentucky.

And Travis shared an inside look at the siblings’ photoshoot with the company afterwards as he posted a video to his TikTok account.

In the minute-long clip, the brothers are all smiles as they lounge in a garage set and Jason poses with a can of beer.

The room was stocked with various things you might find in a real garage, and Travis found himself fiddling with a bike before handing a chainsaw to Jason to pose with.

Jason and Travis Kelce are seen in their Garage Beer photoshoot after investing in the brand

Travis found himself messing around with a bike at one point that he found on the set

Travis found himself messing around with a bike at one point that he found on the set

The tight end also got his hands on a chainsaw and handed it to his brother for him to pose with

The tight end also got his hands on a chainsaw and handed it to his brother for him to pose with

The former Eagles center also took note of a fridge on the set, asking if the brothers could have it for their ‘New Heights’ podcast.

Travis captioned the video, ‘Very excited to be teaming up with my brother as part-owners of Garage Beer. We’ve had a lot of love for this [beer] for a while and know that you guys will too. Cheers!’

The Kelces’ involvement with Garage Beer marks the first time they are significant owners and operators of a business as partners.

Of course, they are also the co-hosts of the wildly popular ‘New Heights’ podcast, which releases episodes weekly.

Brothers Jason and Travis Kelce invested in the independent beer brand Garage Beer

Brothers Jason and Travis Kelce invested in the independent beer brand Garage Beer 

That show will continue full steam ahead this season, though it may look a bit different after Jason hung up his cleats following a 13-year career.

The Eagles great will also be part of ESPN’s Monday Night Football broadcasts. 

Travis, meanwhile, will look to win a third straight title with the Chiefs as Kansas City opens its season on September 5 vs. the Ravens.

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