The Abbey Notre Dame de Leffe was founded in 1152 on the Meuse river in the NAMUR province. Like most medieval European monasteries, beer was brewed here — Abbey ale.

In 1240 a beer Leffe appeared, which is still brewed according to the recipes preserved and handed down from generation to generation for centuries.

Leffe Brune is Belgian Abbey ale.
Dense dvuhromovo top-fermented beer with caramel malt. More robust than Leffe Blond. It combines the rich aroma of roasted caramel and subtle sweet flavor.

The Original Extract is 16.5%.

Alcohol Content is 6.3%.

Served at a temperature of 5-6 °C.

This beer is good to drink with fatty, spicy dishes — meat, fish or seafood.
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