White House Honey Porter 1 Gallon Beer Recipe Kit

  • White House Honey Porter in a pint glass beside a red circle containing the text "1-gallon"

White House Honey Porter 1 Gallon Beer Recipe Kit

SKU 1G11



Product Details

Now available as a 1 gallon recipe kit!

An original recipe brewed by White House staff and shared with the world as a small batch recipe kit. Built on a big foundation of malt with strong tones of biscuit and toffee.

More than just simply black and roasty, this porter builds consensus with generous applications of sweet caramel and toasty Munich malts, while moderate bitterness and an ample dose of honey lets us all find common ground. In the times of divisive politics, we think it's especially important to remember what we have in common: homebrewing!

Kit Includes:

  • Steeping grains and mesh bag
  • 1 lb. DMEHops
  • 2 oz. honey
  • Yeast
  • Fizz Drops.

Check out the Complete Instructions for more detailed information.

Additional Information

SKU 1G11
Regional Style USA
Alcohol Content Medium
Yield 1 Gallon
Beer Style Stout/Porter
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Greg L.
White House Honey Porter

The 1 gallon kit was easy to prepare on the stovetop, whereas I prepare 5 gallon batches outdoors in larger equipment. Also, the batch size allows for experimentation to develop recipes. I have a big mouth bubbler sized for these batches.

Eric R.
Great Porter!

This was my second actual solo homebrew. I infused this batch w/ vodka-extracted coffee and vanilla beans at bottling. Conditioned for a couple of weeks and the beer is outstanding!

Wonderful brew very smooth and refreshing

I found the instructions spot on and the end result was excellent. Next I’ll try the whitehouse honey ale. I enjoyed the video on it also. I didn’t know until then that this was actually made at the White House.

G W.O.
Excellent One Gallon Recipe

This Honey Porter is very smooth with a nice head. It exceeded my expectations for a one gallon batch! I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys darker beers.

Wendy F.
The waiting is really the hardest part.

So, we are now at the bottling stage of the process. Two weeks seems like an eternity when waiting to try our newest beer recipe. My next step is to get a small keg system to cut down on this part of the procedure. I really enjoy Northern Brewery, you folks have made it stupid simple to brew beer. Thanks, Mitchell