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One More Beer (Post) Before We Go: Obama Chooses Bud Light

One More Beer (Post) Before We Go: Obama Chooses Bud Light

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For those who absolutely must keep up with this news:

President Barack Obama plans to have a Bud Light — not a regular Budweiser — at tomorrow's let's-talk-this-over meeting with Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates and Cambridge, Mass., police Sgt. James Crowley.

At least that's what White House spokesman Robert Gibbs told reporters on Air Force One a short time ago, NPR's Scott Horsley says.

Later today on All Things Considered, Sam Adams brewer Jim Koch tells guest host Madeleine Brand about the kind of beer he would make for a meeting of three men who plan to discuss the difficult subject of race relations at a "teachable moment". Koch recommends something with ingredients from around the world:

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