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“Nowadays you can either choose regular mass-produced beer from the supermarket shelf, or quality but way overpriced craft beer from microbreweries. We’re here to give you a refreshing third option: brew your own high-quality beer at a super-low cost, without any previous knowledge and zero hassle. We’re here to revolutionize the making of craft beers.”
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“White House Honey Ale is the first beer known to have been brewed in the White House. The process began in January 2011 at the request of President Barack Obama who purchased the homebrewing kit using his personal funds. It includes a pound of honeycollected from beehives on the South Lawn. The chefs at the White House are said to use “traditional methods” to brew the beer, before it is bottled and labelled with a customized logo. The logo features a line drawing of the White House on a maroon background encircled in yellow.”
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“In 2011, craft brewers represented 5.68 percent of volume of the U.S. beer market, up from 4.97 in 2010, with production reaching 11,468,152 barrels. Additionally, the BA estimates the actual dollar sales figure from craft brewers in 2011 was $8.7 billion, up from $7.6 billion in 2010. Increased retails sales represented 9.1 percent of the $95.5 million dollar U.S. beer market. ”