Leffe Brown is an authentic abbey beer, brewed according to the traditional recipe of the Abbey of Leffe. Leffe Brown has a delicate taste of vanilla and clove, and the full aroma of toffee and caramel. It thanks its deep, dark brown colour to darkly roasted malt. Leffe Brown contains 6,5 % alcohol, and it fits best with spicy, hearty and sweet dishes, or with aperitif snacks such as toast with foie gras. A timeless beer for those moments, where you would like to turn back the clock: An aperitif with friends, or a good conversation late in the evening.
The story of Leffe starts with Leffe Brown, a splendid and authentic abbey beer. The brewing tradition of the Abbey of Leffe goes back to the year 1240. In 1952, the brewer Albert Lootvoet joins hands with the Abbot of Leffe, so that this age-old recipe can be rejuvenated. With its full and robust taste, this beer is an immediate success.
Leffe Brown has a delicate taste of vanilla and clove, and the full aroma of toffee and caramel. It thanks its deep, dark brown colour to darkly roasted malt. Pour the beer slowly and carefully, in order to get a beautiful, creamy head.
Leffe Brown contains 6.5 % alcohol, and it fits best with hearty, caramelised and spicy dishes. It enriches any aperitif moment, and it is highly recommended with cheese biscuits or toasts with foie gras. It is a timeless beer that one wants to drink at moments when one wants to turn back the clock: At the fireplace with a book, while enjoying a film with your loved one or late in the evening, during a good conversation among friends.