The Kelce brothers can seemingly do no wrong. Both Jason and Travis have enjoyed celebrated NFL careers as the best players at their respective positions. They have also succeeded off the field with a highly-popular podcast. The Kelce brothers' newest endeavor has them joining forces with an up-and-coming beer brand.

According to NFL insider Adam Schefter, Jason and Travis Kelce have become the largest investors in Garage Beer, a fast-growing independent light beer company. This marks the first time that the Kelce brothers have become significant owners and operators in a business together.

The brothers will become significant investors, partners, owners, and operators in Garage Beer. According to a press release, Jason and Travis Kelce will be involved in every aspect of the business, including brewing, distribution, sales, marketing, and national expansion efforts.

The recipe for Garage Beer was originally created in Cincinnati, Ohio and the business is headquartered in Columbus. It's no surprise that the Kelce brothers, who grew up in Ohio and played college football in Cincinnati, would partner with this brand before any other.

“People crave quality and simplicity, and Garage Beer nails both for me. We are light beer drinkers and Garage is the best light beer,” said Jason Kelce. “For me, the brand fits my lifestyle, and having a few beers is a great excuse to get the neighbors together.”

“There is nothing better to bring people together than an ice-cold beer, and for Jason and me that is what beer is all about – friends, family and fun,” Travis Kelce added. “I have worked with [co-owner Andy Sauer] for years and I really trust the team and their approach to running the business. We look forward to taking Garage Beer to the next level.”

Travis Kelce speaks on when he'll retire from the NFL

Patrick Mahomes raises the Lamar Hunt Trophy while Travis Kelce celebrates after the Kansas City Chiefs' 23-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC championship game at Arrowhead Stadium.

Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce reportedly has no interest in retiring from the NFL anytime soon.

Kelce and the Chiefs will attempt to win the Super Bowl for a third year in a row, something that's never been done before in the NFL. But that doesn't mean he just wants to play one more year.

In a recent interview, Kelce addressed the retirement question.

“I really can’t put a timeframe on [retirement]. I love coming to work every single day. I know there’s opportunities for me outside of football,” he said, per Nate Taylor of The Athletic. “I’m going to keep going until the wheels fall off. Hopefully, that doesn’t happen anytime soon.”

This is consistent with comments Kelce made last year around this time pertaining to retirement.

“Until the wheels fall off, baby,” Kelce said last June about the future of his NFL career. “I love this game and I know I’m going to miss it when I’m done playing. But right now, I’m in this building wanting to win football games, man.”

Perhaps Travis' attitude is influenced by his brother's recent retirement. Jason Kelce spoke about his retirement during an episode of his New Heights podcast.

“I'm still getting used to it,” Jason Kelce said. “It feels weird not going into the building and just the little conversations you have. You'll realize it, Trav, once it's gone.”

NFL fans and Swifties alike are cheering for Travis Kelce to stay in the NFL for as long as possible.