White House Honey Ale Beer Recipe Kit

  • White House Honey Ale in a drinking glass

White House Honey Ale Beer Recipe Kit

SKU 0900



Product Details

Ale to the Chief! This original recipe, first customized and brewed by the White House kitchen staff, is now available by popular demand as a Northern Brewer kit.

Built on a big foundation of malt with strong tones of biscuit and toffee, the Honey Ale plays up the fruity, caramel aspects of English malt and yeast. But much like the Founding Fathers would have spiced up traditional style ales with homegrown ingredients, a late addition of pure honey adds a revolutionary twist.

Declare your independence from mediocre beers with this historic White House Homebrew!


Additional Information



Beer Color Amber
Original Gravity


Total Time to Make 4 weeks
Regional Style USA
Alcohol Content Medium
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style Hybrid Beers
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Don T.
Pleasant, easy drinking beer

This is a decent well rounded beer. I think the next batch will have just a little more honey added to it, but not much. As it is, it is a good beer and well worth your time to make it.

Bob W.
White House Honey Ale

This is by far the most popular beer I make for my friends. Seems to be almost goof proof (knocking on wood) as I have made this kit three times now and it’s worked out all three times now. I recommend this kit for everybody

Stephen S.
Honey ale

To me the honey ale is a perfect beer for many different meals and snacks hands down a fantastic everyday beer

Candy J.E.

I purchased this as a Christmas gift....

Erika B.
Jury still out, but prospects not great

I brewed this recipe just over a week ago, and my OG on it was super low, coming in at 1.010, when it should have been more in the 1.060 range. Fermentation petered out after about 2 days, now it's just sitting there in the fermenter making me worried that it's been a time waster. It still has half a week to finish primary fermentation and then technically needs to go through secondary fermentation for another two weeks. I may pull it out sooner, I'll update with my final result.