White House Honey Ale Beer Recipe Kit
Vendor: Craft a Brew
The famous presidential beer recipe has been a mystery ever since President Obama bought his White House Chef's home brewing supplies to start beer production at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. After months of speculation the White House officially released their beer recipe and we are bringing it to you! We are...
The famous presidential beer recipe has been a mystery ever since President Obama bought his White House Chef's home brewing supplies to start beer production at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. After months of speculation the White House officially released their beer recipe and we are bringing it to you!
We are using the same recipe (scaled down to fit the size of our kits), ingredients and methods that the White House used to create their famous beer.
This beer is clean and smooth, fit for even the most discerning beer drinkers and diplomats alike. You will fall in love with this new American classic, the White House Honey Ale is now available for everyone!
WHAT'S IN THE BOX:
This 1-gallon recipe kit includes all the ingredients to brew a White House Honey Ale:
- 1.25 lb Dry Malt Extract
- Golding (Bittering) Hop Packet
- Fuggle (Aroma) Hop Packet
- Steeping Grains
- Yeast Packet
- Sanitizer Packet
- Grain Steeping Bag
Need equipment? Click below for the full Brew Kit to make this White House Honey Ale:
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This recipe has an optional step, click here to view the White House Honey Ale brew note.
Another consistent batch! I have tried several kits but come back to the White House Honey Ale kit each time. I tried something a bit different within this one by adding Raw Mānuka Honey from New Zealand. And once again, I was quite pleased with the flavor and richness of this batch. Will definitely buy again.
great kits. love the smaller size of 1 gal brewkits that are refillable.
Our neighbor has several bee hives and when she gave us a large jar of honey, the White House Honey Ale recipe seemed like the the perfect choice for our next brew. We used her honey in the recipe and everyone agreed it came out great. We did leave it in the carboy for a week longer than the suggested two weeks because it was still bubbling a lot.
I’ve been curious about this beer recipe for quite some time. I had recently made brown ale and it was one of the best beers I’ve ever tasted. I thought with the addition of honey, that it would be the same as my brown ale with the slight hint of honey and perhaps mild sweetness. I went through the entire recipe process and the final product was okay/good, but not great. The initial taste of the beer is bitter, but the honey smooths it (and saves it) out and I am left with a refreshing taste. Glad that I tried it, but the taste profile is not for me.
This recipe is one of my favorite