Well this is a surprise to me, as I was writing the "Leffe v Grimbergen" blog, I looked for my Leffe beers blog to link to it and I didn't have one. So it is time to put that right, although it is not a complete list of Leffe, I still have some to photograph.
I will start with the one that, you should know this by now, is my favourite.
Leffe, Blond from Belgium
6.6% deep gold colour with a thin head, sweet malt and bubblegum aroma, sweet strong bubbly malt taste and a slightly bitter aftertaste, I love it.
Next is, Leffe, 9 / Blue from Belgium
9.0% amber colour thin head, sweet fruity aroma, sweet fruity strong flavour, very nuch like a sronger version of the Blond, very nice strong beer.
Next we have, Leffe, Brune from Belgium
6.5% dark colour with a thin head, slight burnt malt aroma, tasty dark beer but if I had to choose, I would go with the Blond every time.
Now we come to something different, Leffe, Ruby from Belgium
5.0% red colour with a good head, aroma of red berries, sweet strawberry cherry and raspberry taste, a lot like the Affligem Rouge.
I am not a fan of these beers and lately, quiet a few of the large breweries have brought out their own versions, I suppose to steel away the market from the specialist fruit beer producers.
There is a Christmas one, Leffe, Bière de Noël from Belgium
6.6% deep red colour with a thin head, the aroma is spicy and very fruity, fruity Christmas taste, a good effort at a seasonal beer.
The final one (for now that is), Leffe, Tripel from Belgium
8.5%, stronger than the Blond, weaker than the Blue, somewhere in between and that is what it is like, great anyway.
Update, a new one Leffe, Royale from Belgium
7.5% deep gold with a thin head, sweet aroma, as my friend said it's a meaty version of Leffe blonde.
There are a few other beers that I think taste remarkably similar to Leffe Blond and therefore are all good beers in their own right. Below are a selection of these beers, click on the photo for a link to my short reviews of them.