by Back Street Brewery
- Meal: Entree
- Time: 30 minutes + 30 minutes for dough to rest
- Difficulty: Easy
- Serves: 4-6
- Seasonality: Year Round
- Beer Style: Hefeweizen
- Beer: Heritage Hefeweizen
Depending on which toppings you use, pairing this pizza with different beers will make all the flavors shine. The sweetness of the honey and tomatoes would work nicely with everything from a crisp pilsner all the way to a hoppy IPA. If you go with the bacon topping, you could pair a hoppy red or go with an IPA to cut through the fattiness of the bacon and sour cream.
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