Leffe is an authentic and respected Belgian “Abbey” beer, a category almost exclusive to Belgium. The rich brewing tradition of the Leffe beers dates back more than 700 years to the Abbey Notre Dame de Leffe, founded in 1152. The monks of St. Norbert began brewing this beer in 1240 for the community and for passing travelers. Leffe beers continued to flow throughout the quiet Belgian countryside until the Abbey was abolished after the French Revolution. The monks eventually formed an agreement with the brewer Albert Lootvoot to re-launch Leffe.

Leffe Blonde is a rich, golden Abbey Ale with hints of quince, gooseberry, bitter cherry and apple flavors together with a touch of cloves, nutmeg and allspice. The taste is sweet and silky, slightly drying with a well-balanced bitterness. The ABV is 6.6%

Leffe Brune is a superb, dark-colored Abbey Ale with aromas of roasted coffee, vanilla, cloves and dried fruits. The taste is delicate and spicy, with a slight drying note and a pleasant finish. The ABV is 6.5%







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