The Morning Show host Larry Emdur reveals shock career change in surprise Instagram post: ‘I’m so pumped for this!’

Larry Emdur has made a surprising career move and made his mark in the alcohol brewing industry.

The Morning Show host, 59, revealed he has partnered with Corowa Distilling Co. has developed a ‘limited edition’ whiskey called ‘The Ben Buckler’.

He announced the news on the company’s Instagram page and was pictured tasting a drink of his own.

“Born in Bondi, made in Corowa, The Ben Buckler has arrived and it’s no ordinary whisky,” the caption read.

“This limited edition release is an exciting collaboration between our favorite TV host Larry Emdur and our award-winning Corowa team.”

Larry Emdur has made a surprising career move and made his mark in the alcohol brewing industry

The post further revealed that Larry will attend the whiskey’s “official launch” on May 25 for “a fun evening full of surprises.”

Larry left a comment under the post saying, “I’m so excited about this!

“Don’t expect any of my terrible dance moves from Dancing With The Stars, or maybe after a few Ben Bucklers that’s exactly what you’d expect.”

The Morning Show host, 59, revealed he has partnered with Corowa Distilling Co.  has developed a 'limited edition' whiskey called 'The Ben Buckler'.

The Morning Show host, 59, revealed he is working with Corowa Distilling Co. has developed a ‘limited edition’ whiskey called ‘The Ben Buckler’.

It comes just a few weeks after Larry shared his anger at a TV viewer who was less than happy to see him appear on Channel Seven’s Good Friday Appeal.

Larry shared the disgruntled comment on Easter Sunday on Instagram, writing: ‘Channel Seven has anyone else? Or just Larry Emdur, every day, morning, noon and night.”

The TV star quickly replied in a lengthy caption, writing: ‘Dear D**khead, actually I take that back, you’re probably not an ad**khead, you’re probably a decent guy but you don’t love me and the there’s a good chance I wouldn’t like you.’

He announced the news on the company's Instagram page and was pictured tasting a drink of his own.  Pictured with Beau Schilg from Corowa

He announced the news on the company’s Instagram page and was pictured tasting a drink of his own. Pictured with Beau Schilg from Corowa

Larry left a comment under the post expressing how excited he was about the launch of the collaboration

Larry left a comment under the post expressing how excited he was about the launch of the collaboration

“I’m okay with you not liking me on TV, hell, I don’t even like me on TV. You tagged me in your post so you wanted me to see it, and I did, and I just wanted you to know,” he continued.

‘There are at least fifty people at Channel Seven who could have hosted the entire broadcast of Good Friday Appeal, so I was incredibly honored that they asked me to host such a massive show.’

He added: “During that day I was proudly a very small part of a huge machine that raised over $23 million, a new record.

‘This money goes to research, doctors, medical staff, resources, equipment and special support projects. Mate, I don’t know what you did on Friday, but chances are I was part of something that will definitely improve the lives of sick kids and probably save lives along the way. Enjoy the rest of your Easter.’