Overall, Valeir Blonde is a quite classic beer with a cloudy golden colour with off-white foam on top. In terms of aroma, it has the smell of cereal and herbal hops on the side. With a well-balanced taste between bitterness and sweetness, its flavour lasts a long time.
The creamy beige foam of Valeir Donker gives this dark beer a reddish colour. The aromas are reminiscent of childhood, with delightful scents of sugar candy and caramel. The taste is strongly characterised by its balance of spiciness and bitterness, accompanied by a special emphasis on yeast flavours.
Valeir Divers is stronger than its young siblings, having higher alcohol content. Its frothy white foam is coated in a light yellow colour. The aroma is rather yeasty, highlighted with a fruity hint of candied lemons. Overall, it is a well-rounded beer, which is sumptuous with a long-lasting aftertaste from a small hint of grapes.