“A blonde to make a bishop kick a hole in a stained glass window”, to quote Raymond Chandler. A classic take on the staple Bavarian wheat beer commonly found in German-themed pubs the world over. Heavy on the yeast, heavy on the wheat, light on the barley. It’s basically bread made into beer. Which is most likely how it came about in the first place. Here’s to you bored baker’s apprentice from three hundred years ago!
BISHOP’S KICK (Hefeweizen)
Bishop’s Kick is a wheat beer made in the traditional Bavarian style; cloudy and bottle conditioned. Rouse the yeast before pouring into a tall glass. Best enjoyed while wearing leather shorts. Prost! ABV 4.9%