Shopping for these beverages online? Because liquor laws vary by state, many brands must be purchased through third-party sites like Drizly and ReserveBar. Note that some of the options below may not be available in your area, and that you should always drink responsibly. If you're kicking off a dry January instead, try these non-alcoholic brands.
For an extra special New Year's Eve at home, toss on a sparkly new dress (tons are on sale right now) and raise a glass with one of our favorite celebrity alcohol brands below.
After noticing that few premium vodka brands are female-owned, Kate Hudson decided to launch one herself. Named after the location of her former home in NYC, King St. Vodka is gluten-free, made in Santa Barbara and the perfect base for dirty martinis.
While her iconic "Sex and the City" character, Carrie Bradshaw, will forever be associated with cosmopolitans, in real life Sarah Jessica Parker is more of a wine gal. She launched the Invivo X line, in partnership with New Zealand–based Invivo Wines, in 2019.
The youngest Jonas Brother has several side hustles, including an ultra-premium, handcrafted tequila line that he co-founded with designer John Varvatos. Villa One is available in Silver, Reposado and Añejo varieties.
Years before Ryan Reynolds started going viral with his Aviation Gin ads, Justin Timberlake was dressing up as a giant lime in a hilarious mockumentary-style commercial to promote Sauza 901, the tequila brand he co-owns. The connection? With a taste so smooth and crisp, Sauza 901 allegedly put limes out of business.
As we patiently wait for new music from Drake, at least we have his high-end Virginia Black whiskey bourbon. (If you aren't a whiskey drinker, the bottle would still make a stunning decor-like addition to your bar cart.)