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.
Although it has the same appearance and alcohol level as its blonde sibling, Valeir Extra has totally different taste sensations. The aroma is fresh, rustic, and fruity, the hops imparting a slight touch of citrus. When it is tasted, the citric flavour overwhelms the bitterness in a way that is not too aggressive.
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.