Abbaye De Abbey Of Leffe Original Belgian Abbey Ale
Savor the flavour of Leffe Brown. Award-winning Leffe Brown is a full-bodied deep beer that is smooth and refined, yet robust in taste. Belgium's classic Abbey ale is best served in its own chalice-shaped glass, which accentuates the ale's aroma and creates the perfect head. The Story of the Abbey Leffe: Leffe Brown Abbey traces its origin back to the Abbaye of Notre Dame de Leffe, founded in 1152 in the province of Namur by the river Meuse. It was in this placid valley that, in 1240, the monks first brewed Leffe ale. At that time, the abbeys and monasteries provided shelter, food and refreshment to passing travelers and pilgrims. Being entirely self-sufficient, the Norbertine monks at Leffe handcrafted their own ale, brewed naturally from the finest local ingredients with an almost religious dedication. Alc. 6.5% by vol. Imported by Import Brands Alliance, St. Louis, MO. Product of Belgium.