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White House Honey Ale: Obama Gets His Own Brew

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While the White House Superbowl menu was certainly nothing like our vegan alternative, I did like one specialty beverage unique to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

According to the Obama Foodorama blog, “White House Honey Ale” made its debut among invited guests like Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez.

“It uses one pound of honey from this year’s 160-pound harvest of honey from the White House Bee Hive, which sits beside Mrs. Obama’s South Lawn Kitchen Garden,” writes the site.

And before Glenn Beck chalks this up to a misuse of taxpayer funds, ObFo mentions that the Obamas paid for the micro-brewing equipment, “so there’s no impact on the national debt.”

Now if Michelle starts growing hops and barley this spring, I’ll really be impressed.

via Obama Foodorama

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