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Leffe Blonde/Brune Hoegaarden Ale 750ml - now ONLY £2.00 instore/online Sainsburys

£2.00 @ Sainsbury's
As title. Regular price is £3.19 per bottle. I've seen it on at 2 for £5 - but this is the best price I've seen it for a while! Promo started today - asked the fella instore - not sure when i… Read More
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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
As title.

Regular price is £3.19 per bottle.

I've seen it on at 2 for £5 - but this is the best price I've seen it for a while!

Promo started today - asked the fella instore - not sure when it ends.
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#1
:thumbsup: Having lived in Belgium for over 6 years, Leffe for 2 quid is a steal. Hot (but better served cold)
#2
Great - I love this stuff. Will stock up for Xmas :)
#3
heineken66
:thumbsup: Having lived in Belgium for over 6 years, Leffe for 2 quid is a steal. Hot (but better served cold)


I plan to go over there some day with my brother to enjoy their fine beers - I really love Belgian beer - especially the Abbey stuff.
#4
Great deal
1 Like #5
moob
I plan to go over there some day with my brother to enjoy their fine beers - I really love Belgian beer - especially the Abbey stuff.


I really miss the place, it's a brilliant country which is largely over-looked. The Abbey beers are sensational, if you ever get the chance, visit Chimay - beautiful setting, sublime beer, pate and cheese.
1 Like #6
heineken66
I really miss the place, it's a brilliant country which is largely over-looked. The Abbey beers are sensational, if you ever get the chance, visit Chimay - beautiful setting, sublime beer, pate and cheese.


Thanks for the info mate - have some rep - I might just do that!
#7
I love the stuff, it is by far the best beer out there, makes me come out in small, rather disturbing rashes though. God knows what that's all about.
#8
Is this part of their 4 for the price of 3 offer?
#9
Foxy102
Is this part of their 4 for the price of 3 offer?


Now you're asking for too much!

Nah, it's just £2 a bottle mate.

(Good luck with the rash!)
#10
moob;3508262
Now you're asking for too much!

Nah, it's just £2 a bottle mate.

(Good luck with the rash!)


Im planning to drink my way through it.
#11
Hoegaarden Blonde only cost 3.20 Euros in the Netherlands for a pack of 6....they also do a 'rose' raspberry flavoured beer which is very drinkable.
#12
Wasn't this stuff in the Tesco 5 for £5 deal posted on here?
It's there but only 330ml bottle
#13
stamfordblue
Wasn't this stuff in the Tesco 5 for £5 deal posted on here?
It's there but only 330ml bottle


So it's 1650ml for £5 in that offer and 1500ml for £4 in this - haven't worked it out, but I think this is better.
#14
moob;3509020
So it's 1650ml for £5 in that offer and 1500ml for £4 in this - haven't worked it out, but I think this is better.

30.30p/per 100ml for the first offer, and 26.66p for this offer. This offer is better.
#15
8-)Shame it's still tepid.:thinking:
#16
Just warmed it up a bit :thumbsup:
#17
Thank you Sir.
#18
Ooooh, my favourite, good find.
#19
Heat added, this stuff is probably the best around (leffe that is)
#20
Cheers OP, they were doing 2 4x330ml Leffe for £7 for quite a while...I think this even beats that by a smidge. If my calcs are correct that equates to 2640ml for £7 at 26.51p per 100ml!
#21
£2 is a steal ... such nice belgian abbey beer ... voted hot, but a hot leffe is not recommended.. nice one on the calculations! It's also nice to see hoegaarden that cheap too, tends to be highly expensive in this country :(

Anyone else drunk the other leffes - Leffe Triple? Leffe 9? Leffe Red?

xx
#22
Got 2 yesterday, really good offer, deserves a bump, lol
1 Like #23
Got myself two today - thanks for the tip!
#24
i love a bit of leffe - thanks!
#25
tubagroova
£2 is a steal ... such nice belgian abbey beer ... voted hot, but a hot leffe is not recommended.. nice one on the calculations! It's also nice to see hoegaarden that cheap too, tends to be highly expensive in this country :(

Anyone else drunk the other leffes - Leffe Triple? Leffe 9? Leffe Red?

xx


The tripel (sic) is pretty much like Blonde, but with an extra bit of strength which doesn't really lend itself to the nuances of Leffe.

Leffe 9 does a much better job. Pretty foamy but surprisingly good for what is a commercial beer. A beer to be savoured.

Red (radieuse) is quite nice, has a bit of a cherry-banana aftertaste to me, very different and sweeter than the rest of the Leffe variants.

All of these beers pale compared to proper trappist beers - they'll never match something like a Westvleteren.

Well you did ask. :oops:
1 Like #26
grantwomack
Got myself two today - thanks for the tip!


This back on again - great - have some rep for reminding me.:thumbsup:
#27
whilst you're all in sainsbury's, have a glance at the chimay white, quite often the pricing of the 750ml varies and it slips to £2.14 without any attention drawn to it.

best thread ever in the history of hukd, i'm heartily sick of 3 for £12 offers on sh!tty beer and lager.

:santa:
#28
leffe = new wife beater
banned#29
top beer - quality is definitely better than quantity on this occasion.
#30
Good deal at this price - off to France in 3 weeks - should be around this price there.

Leffe Blonde is the perfect partner for full flavoured foods such as cured meats, sausages and stews.



Pouring instructions.

1. Chill in the fridge for at least 2 hours to an ideal temperature of 3-5°C.

2. Serve in a chilled glass branded glass.

3. Pour into the chilled glass, at an angle, to allow the foam to fully develop.


Packaging
Bottle

Alcohol
Alcohol by volume: 6.6%

Serving suggestion: A classic Abbey beer which is sweet and smooth, warming and full bodied. The beer has hints of quince, goosberry, bitter cherry and apple flavours, together with cloves, nutmeg and all spice.
http://www.sainsburys.com/groceries/index.jsp?bmUID=1229431838695
#31
Bargain. That's my Christmas tipple sorted (made even sweeter by the staff discount, £1.70 per bottle! 22.6p per 100ml! :w00t:)
banned#32
way to go! this is one of the best beers out there!
#33
oxter
Good deal at this price - off to France in 3 weeks - should be around this price there.

Leffe Blonde is the perfect partner for full flavoured foods such as cured meats, sausages and stews.



Pouring instructions.

1. Chill in the fridge for at least 2 hours to an ideal temperature of 3-5°C.

2. Serve in a chilled glass branded glass.

3. Pour into the chilled glass, at an angle, to allow the foam to fully develop.


Packaging
Bottle

Alcohol
Alcohol by volume: 6.6%

Serving suggestion: A classic Abbey beer which is sweet and smooth, warming and full bodied. The beer has hints of quince, goosberry, bitter cherry and apple flavours, together with cloves, nutmeg and all spice.
http://www.sainsburys.com/groceries/index.jsp?bmUID=1229431838695



In france mid october the Leffe triple(slightly stronger) was 2.5 Euro for 750ml.With current exchange rate,this could be cheaper
Hot!!!
Like the triple:o
#34
Don't mix up your trappists with your abbey beer, only 6 trappist breweries in Belgium and hundreds of abbey beers (which means very little). Leffe is one of my least popular beers if in Belgium (too mass produced) but this is a good price - as is the Hoegarden (So expensive in pubs and almost the cheapest beer in Belgium). A 33cl bottle of trappist will cost around €1 in Belgium so this price is good compaired to over there. Now if they sold Duval at this price....
I would also recommend visiting Chimay (I do once a year for a annual bike ride with free Chimay Blond at one of the stops - seems rude to refuse) - the countryside around Orval is even nicer though (but hillier).
#35
I've never tried it, so I don't know how it compares with Leffe, but with an offer of 12 x 25cl bottles for £8.00, Tesco's Peerdebrug Blond Abbey Beer works out at exactly the same price per litre as the Sainsbury's offer on Leffe.

http://img.tesco.com/pi/xpi/1/5410583800631_200.jpg

And at £2.09 for a 750ml bottle, their 'Finest' Belgian Wheat Beer is just a bit more expensive than the Sainsbury's offer on Hoegaarden.

http://img.tesco.com/pi/xpi/1/5051140136901_200.jpg

ClashInDevon
#36
LIDL did these at 1.69 each recently - think it must have been a misprice but got two cases :w00t: 2 quid a pop still good so hot from me.

As others have mentioned this is a mass-produced beer and not by any means the best example of a belgian abbey. both hoegaarden and leffe brands were bought by Interbev, the massive multinational, in the last few years so have big marketing cash behind them. I also think they may have closed the original brewery in hoegaarden now, which is a shame.

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