Leffe Brune Beer

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 1240 the canons decided to build a brewery for the preparation of a healthy, invigorating beverage (diseases like the plague ran rampant through the region at that time, and the boiling of water during the top fermentation process of the Leffe beer killed all germs). The abbey and the brewery were closed during the French Revolution and seemed to be nothing but a distant memory, until the abbey was re-established in 1929. In 1952 abbot Nys and Albert Lootvoet decided to once again take up the brewing tradition of Leffe with its well-guarded recipe and offer a range of delicious Leffe beers.

IQPS Trading is proud to distribute this excellent centuries old beer in Cambodia.

Leffe Beer Braune

Country of Origin:  Belgium

Leffe Brown is an authentic abbey beer. Both its deep, dark brown colour and its full, slightly sweet flavour can be ascribed to the use of darkly roasted malt, making every sip just as exceptional as the last.

Leffe is sharp and full-bodied at 6.5% alcohol.

“Leffe Brown’s soft, deep brown colour and the perfect balance between a discreetly bitter yet slightly caramelised taste can be ascribed to age-old traditions. Hints of coffee and chocolate provide this beer with an even more desirable flavour. Served in a Leffe chalice, the smooth, creamy beer head, the roasted aromas and the spiced flavour have the ability to suspend time.”

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Leffe Brune Beer

 

IQPS Trading is a premium wine, spirit and beverage supplier and distributor in Phnom Penh and Cambodia, and is the official supplier / distributor of Leffe Beer in Cambodia. Contact IQPS Trading for assistance with staff training, wine list design and creation, events and other industry needs.

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