By Justin Sink - 11/07/14 05:39 PM EST
Congressional leaders leaving Friday's post-election pow-wow with President Obama were given a parting gift: a six-pack of White House beer.
Members of Congress filing out of the West Wing were seen carrying large brown bags that, according to a source, carried the president's home-bottled brew.
During a press conference on Wednesday, Obama said he hoped sharing a glass of Kentucky bourbon with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnellMitch McConnellJuan Williams: Trump's race politics will destroy GOP Rank-and-file Republicans fear lame-duck vote on pricey funding bill Clinton, Trump sharpen attacks MORE (R-Ky.) would help mend fences between the two political opponents after Democrats' tough losses in the midterm elections.
"If the ways that we’re approaching the Republicans in Congress isn’t working, I’m going to try different things — whether it’s having a drink with Mitch McConnell or letting John BoehnerJohn BoehnerRank-and-file Republicans fear lame-duck vote on pricey funding bill New Trump campaign boss took shots at Ryan on radio show Election reveals Paul Ryan to be worst speaker in U.S. history MORE beat me again at golf. ... Whatever I think might make a difference in this, I’m going to be trying out up until my last day in office," Obama said.