The White House sent Canadian officials two cases of beer after the U.S. lost both the men's and women's hockey games to Canada in the Sochi Olympics.
On Twitter Monday, the White House's National Security Council asked the Canadian government to confirm their receipt of the beer:
Canada responded with a picture of the two cases of White House-brewed beer, safely stored in the office of Gary Doer, Canada's ambassador to the U.S. The White House sent the Canadians one case of its Honey Porter and one case of the Honey Blonde, both brewed with honey from first lady Michelle Obama's garden.
The Canadian women's hockey team beat the U.S. team last month 3-2, giving Canada its fourth consecutive Olympic women's hockey title. The Canadian men, meanwhile beat the U.S. in the hockey semifinals 1-0.
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