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Saturday, 01 September 2012 19:15

United States White House Released Beer Recipe

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US President Barack Obama drinks a Guinness beer at The Dubliner pub on March 17, 2012 in Washington. Obama went to the bar to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. AFP Photo credit BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images US President Barack Obama drinks a Guinness beer at The Dubliner pub on March 17, 2012 in Washington. Obama went to the bar to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. AFP Photo credit BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images

 

Yielding to the popular demand, White House has released beer recipe  : Honey Brown Ale, Honey Brown Ale, the Honey Porter and Honey Blonde . White House beer recipe released was named  "Ale to the Chief."

"With public excitement about White House beer fermenting such a buzz, we decided we better hop right to it.  Inspired by home brewers from across the country, last year President Obama bought a home brewing kit for the kitchen. After the few first drafts we landed on some great recipes that came from a local brew shop. We received some tips from a couple of home brewers who work in the White House who helped us amend it and make it our own. To be honest, we were surprised that the beer turned out so well since none of us had brewed beer before.  As far as we know the White House Honey Brown Ale is the first alcohol brewed or distilled on the White House grounds. George Washington brewed beer and distilled whiskey at Mount Vernon and Thomas Jefferson made wine but there's no evidence that any beer has been brewed in the White House. (Although we do know there was some drinking during prohibition…)  Since our first batch of White House Honey Brown Ale, we've added the Honey Porter and have gone even further to add a Honey Blonde this past summer. Like many home brewers who add secret ingredients to make their beer unique, all of our brews have honey that we tapped from the first ever bee-hive on the South Lawn. The honey gives the beer a rich aroma and a nice finish but it doesn't sweeten it."

- WHITE HOUSE

 

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