Belgian brewer Leffe produces some of the finest Abbey beers in the world and its unique range has developed appreciation and acclaim.
In 1152 the abbey Notre-Dame de Leffe was founded in the Southern Belgian province of Namur and it was not long before the monastery started brewing its own beer.
However, following the French Revolution the abbey was shut down and the brewery appeared to have seen its last day until it was reopened in 1929. The brewing ways of Leffe were brought back to life using the methods and knowledge which had been passed down by generations of brewers for centuries before.
Since 1240 Leffe has been brewed to the same successful recipe which you can taste in their unique beers today. Leffe is now drank in more than 80 countries and won a number of Superior Taste Awards.
The most popular of the Leffe range is Leffe Blond (6.6%) a easy to drink pale beer of golden colour with a full bodied taste, creamy head and a hint of bitterness.
Other standouts in the range include Leffe Brune (6.5%) a deep and dark brown coloured beer with a subtle sweet flavour; Leffe 9 (9%) is a strong top-fermentating beer which is deep and golden and full of unique character; whilst Leffe Ruby (5%) is a invigorating red beer with red forest fruit flavours.
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