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Description · Leffe
- Appearance: It has an intense golden color, accompanied by an abundant and creamy white foam of short duration.
- Aroma: Delicious essences of banana mixed with citrus notes on a spicy background where vanilla, cilantro and cloves stand out.
- Body / Taste: Its entrance in the mouth is very soft; It gives off subtle flavored and spicy flavors that show its true elegance.
CERVECERÍA: Leffe. This brewery was founded in 1240 in the municipality of Dinant, province of Namur, in southern Belgium, by the canons of the Order of the Premonstratensian Canons that were part of the Abbey of Our Lady of Leffe, who have been maintaining the tradition for centuries of this magnificent beer. Currently, the brand is part of the portfolio of the giant brewing group AB InBev who established a commercial agreement with the abbey for the production and distribution of the beverage, and is made in its Stella Artois brewery, in the city of Leuven.
TYPE OF FERMENTATION: High fermentation.It is made from corn malts, barley malts and other aromatic malts that have a particular germination and drying treatment, in addition to spring water, hops and a special yeast strain that is responsible for that radiant golden color. For its manufacture it is tried to respect to the maximum the classic process of elaboration of the beers of abbeys.
BEER TYPE: Belgian Blonde Ale.
Leffe, a brewing tradition since 1240: Founded in 1152, Notre-Dame de Leffe was an abbey of Premonstratensian canons, i.e. monks living in a community characterised by its hospitality. Pilgrims were always welcome at Leffe and in 1420 the canons decided to build a brewery for the preparation of a...
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- Originally brewed by monks near Dinant, Belgium, Leffe Blonde continues to be brewed to the traditional recipe created in 1240 in the monastery. Due to a licensing agreement dating back to the early 1950's Leffe brewing activities moved to the small Belgium university town of Leuven and the Abbey still receives royalties on sales.
- Leffe Blonde with its distinct heritage and appealing taste is without doubt the number one among Belgian Abbey beers.
- Gold Medal, 1998 Chicago Beer awards.
Silver Medal, 1995 World Beer Championship.
Bronze Medal, 1999 Australia International Beer awards.
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