Leffe Blonde is the flagship of Leffe brewery, super-premium beer, created by a unique old recipe that was almost lost in the last centuries. Development of the recipe dates back to the XII century and belongs to the monks of the Abbey Notre Dame de Leffe.

Beer is made of several varieties of hops, pale malt and a small addition of corn.
Elegant ale Leffe Blonde has a quite high degree of alcohol (6.4 %), but beyond a rich fruity aroma and a rich, appealing taste it's almost not felt.

Today beer under the name "Leffe" is brewed for Anheuser-Busch InBev at the Stella Artois factory in the Belgian city of Leuven. All varieties of beer Leffe are ales (except Ruby) and have a strength above 6%.

The restored Abbey near Dinan receives certain funds for the use of the name "Leffe", in Dinan a Museum of Leffe beer was opened.
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