In just three more days Americans will decide who is their new president. Until the polls officially open voters can show their support for their favorite candidate with beer.
That's the idea behind a new promotion at Beerjobber, a website that ships craft brews across the United States. The website is selling limited edition political beers that support both President Barack Obama or contender Mitt Romney.
The idea is that peole will cast their vote with beer. The pro-Obama brew is based on the White House ale and it's called The Entitlement Porter, which is produced by Blue Point Brewing. The pro-Romney brew is called the Nobama Beer and comes from Huebert Brewery. Each bottle of beer sells for $9.95.
Undecided in this year's presidental election? You can purchase the Undecided beer pack $19.95, which features both politicial brews.
But you don't have to drink beer to vote in this presidential ''brew off.'' You can also cast your vote by taking a poll on Beerjobbers homepage.
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