Leffe Blonde is a golden blond abbey beer. It is one of Belgium’s most famous abbey beers. It has a full and malty taste with some hints of fruit and a slightly spicy aftertaste. It has an alcohol content of 6.6%.Serving temperature: 6-8°C
Leffe Blonde is one of Leffe’s three traditional beers that were brewed at the abbey of Leffe, near the Wallonian town of Dinant, until around 1950. At that time, the monks signed one of the first licensing agreements in beer industry with Brewery Stella-Artois from Leuven. This was the start of Leffe’s conquest of the world.
Nowadays the Leffe beer is known on every continent and almost every beer lover in the world has drunk it. Over the last few years, their product range has increased drastically. Two other blond beers that might interest fans of this beer are Leffe Triple, a stronger version of this Leffe Blonde and one of the three original beers that used to be brewed at the abbey of Leffe, and Leffe Royale, a more refined blond beer that is used a lot in food pairing.