United States President Barack Obama told his supporters during his three-day re-election campaign trip to Iowa that the White House makes its own home brew.
The US president has been making a beer-heavy three-day swing through Iowa, sharing lagers with his supporters in both Des Moines and Cedar Falls, the New York Daily News reported.
The subject of beer came up during a campaign stop at a cafe in Knoxville, Iowa, called Coffee Connection, where he revealed to patrons there that the White House brews its own beer, known as White House Honey Ale, and even handed one out to a curious customer.
White House spokesman Jay Carney later said that the White House brews a light and a dark beer. He said he’s tried the light brew, which is “refreshing.” White House chefs use traditional beer-brewing methods.