Leffe Blonde 11.2 oz

Item #7136
Shipping Wt. 1.50 lbs.
Availability: In Stock

Belgian Abbey Ale

Brewed by: InBev Belgium
Country: Belgium
Style: Belgian Ale
Color: Blonde

ABV (Alcohol by Volume): 6.6%
Ratebeer.com rating: 78
BeerAdvocate.com rating:81

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Leffe Blonde (ABV 6.6%) from Abbaye de Leffe (InBev) is a Belgian Blonde Ale that pours clear honey gold with a creamy, persistent white head.

Fresh aromas of floral honey and phenolic spiciness (from the Belgian yeast) announce a taste that is clean and light, its sweetness balanced by a slight acidity and wheat-flavored undertones. The bubbly effervescence is Champagne-like, silky and smooth.

Food Pairings

Delicious with a wide variety of dishes, especially red meat, sweet and sour dishes, and creamy, soft cheeses, such as Camenbert, Brie, or Saint-Marcellin.


Abbaye de Leffe was founded in 1152 on the Meuse River in Namur, Belgium. As in many monasteries across Europe, ales were brewed there for many centuries as part of the abbey's hospitality.

The abbey was abandoned and the brewery destroyed during the French Revolution. Religious life returned to the abbey in the 20th century, and in 1952 the monks partnered with a commercial brewer to produce Leffe beers according to their ancient recipes and traditions; today, royalties continue to benefit the abbey.