Northern Brewer’s White House Honey Ale Beer Kit

SKU: U0900
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Ale to the Chief! This original recipe, first customized and brewed by the White House kitchen staff, is now available by popular demand as a Northern Brewer kit. Built on a big foundation of malt with strong tones of biscuit and toffee, the Honey Ale plays up the fruity, caramel aspects of English malt and yeast. But much like the Founding Fathers would have spiced up traditional style ales with homegrown ingredients, a late addition of pure honey adds a revolutionary twist. Declare your independence from mediocre beers with this historic White House Homebrew!

Northern Brewer’s White House Honey Ale Beer Kit

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100% Approval Rating Review by Adam
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Brewed this several months ago- one of my first extraction kits. Used dry yeast, 2 weeks primary, 2 weeks secondary and bottled. After a couple weeks in the bottle the beer was good. Very good. I've now been drinking this for several weeks and it keeps getting better. The flavor is pretty accessible for any beer drinker. I haven't received anything other than positive feedback on what I gave way. Everyone loves it. And don't think the honey makes this a a summer only beer- this is totally drinkable year round. (Posted on 9/26/13)
Tasty and fool proof Review by Erika
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So this brew turned out darn tasty even with the many n00b mistakes that I made while brewing and fermenting. It was my first brew ever an still one of if not the best out of the half dozen I've completed since. (Posted on 8/24/13)
Rocks Review by Robert
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This is some good beer! (Posted on 8/20/13)
Honey of a beer Review by Robert
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Just had to try beer the President drinks. I used the Windsor yeast, which I never used before, and it had me in a puzzle. It was done fermenting, like zero bubbles, in just under five days. Nevertheless, it stayed on the yeast 27 days, then bottled. Only recipe change was an added 4 oz maltodextrin at bottling. The beer turned out smooth, and, as someone mentioned, fruity. Leaning toward a big, raisiny Belgian Pale Ale, with a bow to an English Nut Brown Ale, with a nice lingering aftertaste. The honey? A bit cloudy, so use at least one tsp Irish Moss, or Whirlfloc tab. You will not be dissapointed with this kit. (Posted on 8/14/13)
Favorite so far Review by John
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My 1st batch was kegged and forced carbonated. I enjoyed this beer so much that so far I have made two more batches. One batch went to another keg which is in the fridge and about to be tapped in a couple of days and bottled the third batch which I have put aside to carbonate in the bottles for 3 weeks and will be ready to go July 21st. This beer fits into everyones taste buds. My batches have been comming out with an ABV of 6.2 to 6.3 but does not taste like a beer with a higher alcohol content. Everyone so far loves it and I will be making more of it. (Posted on 7/16/13)
Excellent Brew Kit Review by James
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I decided to try the White House Honey Ale during the summer months and I'm certainly glad I did. The honey flavor is strong but doesn't overpower the beer. Very smooth and drinkable, especially on a hot day. I highly recommend this one. If you're on the fence, give it a shot, you won't be disappointed. (Posted on 7/11/13)
Good with modifications Review by Slappy
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I adjusted the hop schedule to use all of the supplied hops (4 oz net), and I was able to get, with a full wort boil (~5.2 gallons), around 37~38 IBU's. I used Wyeast 1272 (American Ale II) in place of the Windsor yeast. The OG was 1.058, and the FG was 1.009~1.010. I ended up with a pseudo EPA ~6.5% ABV. I just couldn't bear the thought of using Windsor yeast. Overall, a tasty beer. (Posted on 6/28/13)
Scary at first... But then Review by marcel
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I actually developed my recipe directly from the "ale to the chief" web site, and from there brewed. My wife has a Marine Corps graduation soon so I rushed the fermenting so to speak (1week primary, 1 week secondary). After day seven in the bottle I decided to taste it to see how it was coming along and it was watery, sweet, and an almost dry immature alcohol taste to it. Needless to say I was worried because I have been bragging and getting a bunch of Marine Corps officers excited to taste it. Today, a week later, I tasted again and... wow! I mean this beer went from horrible to complex, smoother tasting and well balanced. So if anyone gets worried just wait, this beer gets better with time! I plan on getting these Marines happily drunk with my beer! (Posted on 6/20/13)
Great Beer Review by Ladonna
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I just opened a bottle of White House Honey Ale and it is really good! I love it and I did not think I would like it as much as I do. My only regret is getting the 1 gallon recipe because I was not sure I would like it. I will be ordering the 5 gallon kit next time! (Posted on 6/7/13)
its good Review by dean
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just tried the first of this kit recently and everyone liked it. Mild but with flavor. Even the girly beer likers liked it. (Posted on 5/20/13)

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