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It’s always 5 o’clock at this country music superstar’s honky-tonk.

Combine the best of Alan Jackson’s country hits, décor from his personal collection and career memorabilia with the best of Nashville’s honky-tonks. Shake, and pour into a more than 6,000 square feet of “good time” just down the street from the storied Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame. What do you get? The recipe for Alan Jackson’s AJ’s Good Time Bar, a real honky-tonk for real people with real music where — as Jackson sings in the hit song that gave his bar its name — “all the conditions are right for a good time,” today, Labor Day, any day.

Below is a taste of the drink menu from AJ’s Good Time Bar, which is personally curated by Jackson and inspired from his greatest hits, including “Chattahoochie,” “Midnight in Montgomery,” and “It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere” collaboration with Jimmy Buffet. Enjoy the tipples while listening to the official AJ’s Good Time Bar Spotify playlist, also below.

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Alan’s Drink 

1½ ounces Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey
1½ ounces water

Pour into a glass with ice. Stir and serve.

Midnight in Montgomery

1½ ounces Smirnoff Raspberry vodka
1½ ounces Blue Curaçao
1½ ounces Bacardi Black Razz Rum
1½ ounces Grenadine

Add to shaker with ice. Shake and serve.

Southern Hurricane

1½ ounces Southern Comfort
1½ ounces Malibu Coconut Rum
1½ ounces pineapple juice
Splash of Grenadine
1 lime wedge, for garnish

Add to shaker with ice. Shake and serve with a lime wedge.

Hoochie Coochie (Shooter)

½ ounce Smirnoff Strawberry vodka
½ ounce peach schnapps
½ ounce 7UP
½ ounce cranberry juice

Add to shaker with ice. Shake and serve.

For more information on AJ’s Good Time Bar, visit the venue’s website.

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