Global brewing giant AB-Inbev's abbey-style beers brewed at their fully automated brewhouse in Leuven, Belgium. The Leffe abbey which the brand bases its image on was abandoned during the French revolution in 1794. In 1902, canons returned to the abbey and in 1952, Lootvoet brewery in Overijse began making a beer for them. This brewery was later bought by the international beer company Interbrew, which later became InBev following a merger with Brazil's AmBev, and then AB-Inbev after acquiring Anheuser-Busch in the US.
Pronounced LEFF in French, LEFF-UH in Flemish.
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