Northern Brewer's White House Honey Porter 1 Gallon Recipe Kit

SKU: 1G11
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More than just simply black and roasty, this porter builds consensus with generous applications of sweet caramel and toasty Munich malts, while moderate bitterness and a pound of honey lets us all find common ground. In a year of divisive politics, we think it’s especially important to remember what we have in common: homebrewing!

White House Honey Porter Beer

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Oh Honey! Review by Sparticus
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The first 1 gallon kit I have ever made. This is awesome. Sweet and very delicious. Not a Porter fan, but this one is the best I have ever had. I may have to try making this as the 5 gallon next. (Posted on 11/5/14)
Made a slight alteration and it turned out awesome Review by Aaron
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The White House Porter was my 1st hombrew that I made, and I am happy that I selected this recipe . I opened my 1st porter a week after bottling and it barley had any carbonation, the flavor was a little too strong, so I waited the full two weeks before my second beer. Wow, what a difference this made. The carbonation is spot on and the flavor is great. When I tried the sample (before bottling) my porter was a little too sweet for my taste, so I added a bit of french pressed coffee (about 2.5 oz of brewed coffee) into the fermenter before bottling. The coffee is strong, but the porter tastes great. The color of the porter is very dark, and if I didn't know that I brewed it myself I wouldn't know it was a homebrew. I would definitely buy this again. (Posted on 6/14/14)
So far, so good Review by Sean
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Only four stars as I have only just finished bottling it! This was my first attempt at home brewing, but I'm hooked. It was super easy. Left it in primary for a little over two weeks and now it's in bottles. I did taste it while bottling and it tasted great. Hopefully it just gets better.
(Posted on 1/22/14)
Nice Review by Mike
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I like brewing with honey. I feel like it makes for a really smooth and drinkable porter. I love the one gallon batches. Really easy to make and a great way to try brews before brewing a bigger batch. (Posted on 1/12/14)
Great porter! Review by Casey
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This was my first ever brew, so I had a little trouble (boil over, excessive blow-off) but it turned out great! left in the bottles for an extra couple of weeks and it was well worth it. I have brewed five others since and this one has been my favorite! (Posted on 12/11/13)
Great easy homebrew! Review by PETE
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I just brewed my third 1-gallon batch of this. The first two were excellent and got even better with age. I finished the last one after about six months and it was one of the best beers I ever had. This time I'm going to leave a few bottles for a full year. (Posted on 10/13/13)
Easy and tasty Review by michael
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This kit was super simple to make, and turned out to be pretty darn tasty. It might not be the best porter I've ever had, but I was impressed with the outcome. (Posted on 7/16/13)
Easy to brew and great tasting! Review by Robert
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My first extract brew. The kit was easy to brew and tastes light and refreshing. Just a touch of honey compliments the roasted porter flavor. Will definitely make this again. (Posted on 5/23/13)
Great Porter Review by Andreas
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This was a great porter. The honey addition added just the right amount of sweetness without losing that roasted flavor you get in a porter. Carbonation was very weak at first, but another week-2 weeks made a world of difference. As with most homebrew, be patient with this beer! (Posted on 5/8/13)
My first excellent home brew Review by Nickly
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This is the first beer I've made that I really truly enjoyed. Just delicious. I've made a few ales that were adequately drinkable, but this one was a bicycle kick goal in injury time. (Posted on 2/9/13)

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