Abbey of Leffe blonde beer is a highly fermented beer to be savoured. The ingredients are light malt, corn, water, hops and yeast, which give it a bright golden colour with dazzling reflections. The alcohol content is 6.6 %, the ideal serving temperature 5° to 6 °C. As a bottled beer, it is to be savoured with pleasure, as a draft beer it is thirst quenching. The taste is full, sweet and fruity (with a hint of bitter orange), and the after-taste is powerful and surprising.
Blond beer, aromatic fine hops, bitter with a nose of citrus
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La Trappe Blond is a bright golden blond ale with a sparkling, fresh fruity taste with a delicate bitter aftertaste.