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Obamas Kick Back With White House Homebrew

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Obamas Kick Back With White House Homebrew

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Obamas Kick Back With White House Homebrew

Obamas Kick Back With White House Homebrew

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Former Marine Sgt. Dakota Meyer, who was awarded the Medal of Honor this week, had one simple request. He wanted to have a beer with the president. So they sat down with a pint of White House Honey Ale, the first beer made at the White House. Apparently, when the Obama's moved in, they brought beer-making with them.

SCOTT SIMON, Host:

The White House brewski is reportedly a honey wheat ale. They haven't disclosed a recipe. But the North Koreans are already working on it.

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