Leffe Brune

Leffe (Beer)

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The abbey Leffe Brune (£1.31) is brewed by Leffe with its origins in Belgium brewed with warm fermenting and comes with an alcohol content of 6.5%. The Drinks&Co community values the Leffe Brune with 4,3 of 5 points.
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Technical sheet · Leffe Brune

Producer: Leffe
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 6.5%
Fermentation: Warm Fermenting
Type Of Beer: Abbey
Country: Belgium
Consumption Temp.: 6-8ºC

Description · Leffe

Leffe Brune


  • Appearance: It has a striking dark brown color, and a creamy bone-colored foam of medium duration.
  • Aroma: Intense aromas of roasted caramel, mixed with notes of red fruits and chocolate.
  • Body / Taste: At its entrance you can see the caramel notes mixed with light acid and bitter touches that give it a great balance. Slightly sweet finish, accompanied by raisin notes.

CERVECERÍA: Leffe. This brewery is part of brewer conglomerate AB InBev, who established a commercial agreement with the canons of the Order of the Premonstratensian Canons that are part of the Abbey of Our Lady of Leffe for its production and distribution. Although it was established in the year 1240 in the town of Dinant, in southern Belgium, it is currently made in the Stella Artois brewery located in Leuven.

COUNTRY: Belgium.

TYPE OF FERMENTATION: High fermentation. This unique beer is made from water, barley malt, corn, hops, yeast and roasted barley malt, which is responsible for that attractive caramel color.For its production the traditional process of elaboration of the abbeys is combined with the most advanced technology in the production of beer.

BEER TYPE: Belgian Brown Ale.

ABV: 6.5%


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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Posted on at 14.34


Leffe Brune

The Leffe Brune is a high fermentation beer, brewed from roasted malt and in the well-kept secret of the abbey monks. This sweet and creamy beer, reveals strong flavors of coffee and caramel. Color: Brunette with mahogany shades. Aroma: Toasted bread and roasted grain. Flavor: malt aromas of...
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Posted on at 07.04


Really good beer. The Leffe is among my favorites.
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Posted on at 16.31


It's my favorite beer, I drink on my trips to Belgium.
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Posted on at 18.46



THE BEST BEER, I love it.
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Posted on at 02.53


I think one of the best beers and not hard to find. A very well made beer.
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Posted on at 13.16


A very greedy beer, nothing strong to be dark. The foam is really nice, and after that you are a beer with great flavor and body, but not too powerful. Perfect for a little get-together with friends
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Posted on at 06.15


Leffe Brune is splendid

Posted on at 09.39


Leffe Negra

Vista Beer Leffe Negra has a dark brown
Nose Mouth moderate Bitterness
Fruity sweetness with brown sugar
Oak dry with a touch of caramel.
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Posted on at 05.36


Cerveza Leffe Brune

The aroma is soft fruit, maybe some toast. The taste is algoplano, but feels much yeast. Bodied, leaves a lingering bitterness. At first it feels much alcohol.
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Posted on at 10.00


The brown Leffe dubbel is a stout dark top-fermented created for the first time in 1664 by the monks of the abbey of Leffe. The ingredients are the roasted malt, corn, water, hops and yeast that...
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Posted on at 16.02


Leffe Brown is a typical Belgian beer brewed by the Abbey Leffe Abbey. Behind the lather hides a perfectly balanced beer. Leffe, real beer tasting consists of dark and roasted malt, hops, yeast and...
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