Leffe Beers have some of the oldest history - first brewed all the way back in 1240 at the Leffe Abbey they have survived floods, fires and the french revolution. They stopped brewing after the Abbey was destroyed in 1794 but resumed brewing in 1952 after Interbrew (now InBev) purchased the brewery. Expect strong smooth flavours from Leffe, and if you haven't tried the core range of Leffe Blonde, Leffe Bruin, and Leffe Triple you are missing out!
Leffe Tripel is an authentic blond abbey beer full of character.
The beer experiences a secondary fermentation in the bottle due to the presence of yeast. Its flavour is robust and refined.
Leffe Tripel contains 8.5% alcohol and is best served at 5-6°C in a beer chalice, which will allow all the flavours to come through.