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Orval Trappist Ale | Brasserie d'Orval S.A.

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Orval Trappist AleOrval Trappist Ale

Brewed by:
Brasserie d'Orval S.A.

Style: Belgian Pale Ale

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 6.20%

Availability: Year-round

Notes / Commercial Description:
This beer is 6.2% when released in Europe, US labels say 6.9% due to labeling laws.

Many agree that the somewhat unpractical addition of this sometimes undesired yeast strain is what grants Orval its age worthiness, not to mention unique aroma, making it a one of the few beers worth cellaring.

Added by Bierman9 on 09-18-2001

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Photo of wmtxbb
3.47/5  rDev -17.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

Bottle poured into a chalice. Bottled on 12-30-11, so it's just over a year old.

Appearance: Thick finger-sized head on top of a golden brew.

Smell: Very clean aroma. Hints of tea and hops.

Taste: Very dry, chalk-like. Some pepper and spice flavors...other than that, it's an extremely boring beer. It's also pretty bland.

Drinkability: Bland and boring... I'd like to try a younger version of this. This has been a real disappointment.

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Photo of Donnie2112
4.22/5  rDev +0.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

poured into a Corsendonk tulip

It should be noted that I am pairing this beer, not drinking it as an apertif. The pairing is a bison burger on a potato roll with sweet onions and mushrooms with crumbled idaho bleu cheese. It's a solid pairing

It appears redish orange, starts with a huge fluffy head but retains only a film and leaves just a bit of lace on the glass

This beer is very dry, just a bit of malty sweetness, some delightful yeasty mustiness, the yeast also has a sour character to it. This beer has a more perceivable hop finish then most Belgians that I'm used to.

Sufficient carbonation, dry, a bit thin. It cleanses the palate and makes it an excellent companion to greasy food.

Extremely easy to drink

Excellent beer, I can see why it's thought of as so world class.

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Photo of TheDTrain
4.23/5  rDev +0.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Picked up this one at Sendiks in Wauwatosa. Bottled on 3-5-10. Poured into a tulip.

This is my second attempt at Trappist Orval. This one MUST be drank at room temp. I made the mistake the first time. With all the action-packed foam, the light orange Belgian Pale ale took 20 minutes just to pour! Crisp uplifting aroma of earthy tones, orange, lemon.. Taste is mild yeast with citrus and mikd funk which is a bit challenging to the tastebuds. Very dry champagne-like finish.

Excellent high quality brew. To be consumed slowly and enjoy!

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Photo of CPeterson
4.7/5  rDev +11.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

A -- A deep cloudy golden amber brew that almost looks like marmalade. Huge, billowing head that settles very slowly and laces the glass like grafitti on a railroad car.

S -- Very complex aroma, ranging from peaches and pears to sour cherries and lightly of acid and some medicinal qualities. Perhaps a hint of dried dark fruit...

T -- Holy wow. Big and fruity, following the yeast and the nose on the front, followed quickly by a sharp bitterness that cuts immediately through the sweetness with an herbaceous note that resembles rosemary and saffron.

M -- Light on the palate, well carbonated even after two years from bottling, fairly drying and cleansing at the same time.

D -- Anyone who fancies themselves a beer drinker should indulge in at least one of these in their lives and several if possible. Just amazing.

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Photo of Everydayoff
4.48/5  rDev +6.4%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

330ml bottle 6.2% ABV poured into an Orval goblet by freshness date.

Slightly haze eyes-catchy orange amber hue with immense, billowy, dense off-white head containing soft and silky froths, it outlasts over a quite length of time by exceptional retention then gradually recedes to sudsy layer cover on top and leaves ring of lace yet several sticky patches here and there. Active carbonation roars upwards.

Fruity, sweet citrus, honey, candy sugar, floral hop, some phenolic herbal and medicinal; all these scents blend well together and generate unique inviting aroma.

Quite complex, this beer leads me to bottle by bottle to identify its characteristic. After first sip, run a distinctive pinch of bitterness derives from hop throughout then becomes slightly sweet yet with citrus zest and leaves long tail of bitterness inside a gullet thereafter its passage. The taste seems to belittle alter in each sip from hint of medicinal and quality of hop.

Smooth throughout medium body, well carbonated with some lively crisp against the palate, finish is dry.

Personally my top of the Belgian Pale Ale, it is brewed with the Belgian’s magic. Complex yet achieves the art of brewing. This is a truly unique beer.

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Photo of patm1986
4.3/5  rDev +2.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

.33L bottle into a wide wine glass

the head is beautiful: thick, richly foamy, retains itself well, and dissipates slowly but to a respectable lace while leaving some nice bubbles and residue on the side of my glass. honey-colored, an orange-brown. carb-bubbles visible on the bottom of my glass.

smells of yeast, fruity yest, like some sort of fruit-bread. a swish, and i'm getting stone fruits like peaches, very lightly, some golden-raisin, a little raspberry, and some citrus like a grapefruit or a lemon.

the first splash is a sour shot to the front of the palate followed by the citrus, more lemon in the taste, and an earthy, flowery middle. these fruit flavors don't follow completely through as the sour, wild yeast flavor returns with a slight alcohol tinge. still it is very refreshing and sharp.

smooth at first, then like a thirst-quencher, the carbonation and crispness smacks you around. goes down VERY EASILY. by the end of the glass, she's just sliding down the throat.

at 6.9, this is an ale stronger than one for a session, but it goes down like one. but at 6.9, it's also more punchy than you'd think. in that middle ground of abv, but with the flavors and aromas and body, this is something very special.

a bar-holder and a freak in the style and out of it. really, REALLY good.

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Photo of ThePorterSorter
4.11/5  rDev -2.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Served at a room temperature minus several degrees to a 3 minute chill in the fridge.
bottled on 01/06/2010 (a year and 3 days old after bottling)

Tremendous carbonation when poured into my Chimay chalice, almost 2 full inches of head before 1/2 the bottle had been poured in. This fact excites me because I know magic went down in the bottle. The beer appeares to be a dull copper with an impenetrable haze. When held to the light there is an cider-like amber haloed by yellow around the edges. There is no visible yeast sediment on the bottom.
Giving the beer a chance to settle (aka letting the head fall) leaves lacing and a constant white fluff over the top.

Incredible depth and complexity. A nail-polish acetone fruitiness from the yeast comes through pundgently with a chlorine-like chemical burn following. I am highly intrigued, but not sure whether the pool water aroma will translate to good or bad in the flavor profile.

This beer tastes of must and sweet citrus. Elemental, earthy flavors that rely heavily on the yeast for both body and flavor. A grainy malt makes an appearance towards the end of the sip. I am impressed with this beer and its obvious roots deep within Belgian brewing history. I prefer to sip this beer casually because there is a tremendous amount going on.

The beer feels rich and flavorful, medium body followed by a dry finish. This beer is sweet yet tart and travels smoothly (no bite) as most of the carbonation was blown off in the initial pour!

The beer is less drinkable compared to other Belgians, ie Chimay or Duvel, but still a treat to enjoy. I am uncertain how colder serving temperatures would affect the beer's drinkability.
I would say the overall appearance and flavor profile drive this beer to having a "good" drinkability rating, but its pungent chemical aroma would take away from a delicate meal. I have not proven this theory and may be completely wrong; if I every see it on tap I will test the waters. For a relaxing night in, this beer does the trick, although price would keep me from having more than 2.


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Photo of elgiacomo
4.23/5  rDev +0.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

11.2oz bottled on Sept 7, 2008, enjoyed over 2 years old and probably warmer than I should've. Oh well.

Pours hazy orange/amber with a gigantic foamy, bubbly, and fluffy off white head that a Duvel tulip couldn't contain. Takes forever to recede and leaves rings of foamy, bubbly lacing and a rocky island behind.

Aroma features the most authentic bubblegum aroma I've encountered, very grassy, floral and herbal, spices, some lemon, a bit of orange, as well as some funk buried underneath. Complex and strong aroma.

Flavor is fruity apples, lemon, orange, pear, bubblegum, some spice, some tartness up front, then a bit of caramel sweetness in the middle transitioning to a touch more spice and an overall dry finish.

Mouthfeel is light to medium, low to medium carbonation, a little creamy and sometimes sticky.

My first Orval, unique, definitely. I can dig it and now want to try a fresher one for some comparison.

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Photo of mdunman
4.4/5  rDev +4.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

A: Cloudy amber color with a thick off-white long lasting head.

S: Many lighter aromas take over, most notably some rose petals and a bit of background hops.

T: Starts out with a citrus sweetness that finishes with a rosy, slightly hoppy, dryness.

M: Light body loaded with carbonation that crisply moves throughout.

Refreshing beer that pleasantly hits every sense in every stage. Very enjoyable beer that works well in all seasons of the year and kept me wanting more. I would hurry back to get more of this.

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Photo of jbphoto88
4/5  rDev -5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

The first thing to notice is the giant aggressive white head. Full billowing white bubbles that pop and lace the glass as it recedes. The color is hazy orange with muted yellow highlights. A steady stream of bubbles feed the glorious cap.

Nose is very interesting. The yeastiness of your typical Belgian is there as are your bready, spiced and peppery scents. It's interesting because there is a little hay and farm scents lingering in the background and I don't hate that. I never thought I would describe a beer smelling like a farm and like it... weird!

Taste thankfully doesn't retain much of the farm flavors. I'm not going to lie, there is a hint of it, but not much. The real dominating flavor is lightly toasted grains mixed with crisp sour apples and a touch of peppery spices. All work amazingly well together and none really take center stage which is a good thing. This beer is complex yet balanced.

I can see people being confused and put off by this beer. It can't possibly be everyones cup of tea but I sure am enjoying it. The mouthfeel is sharply tart with a fierce dry finish. A fun bubbly, baby champagne like carbonation burns your tounge and just adds to an already pleasurable experience. A perfectly odd beer that might be exactly what your looking for or the worst you ever had. Either way it's a good find and one I wish I've tried sooner.

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Photo of Buschyfor3
4.06/5  rDev -3.6%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

11.2oz bottle served into my Tripel Karmeleit tulip

A: Golden-orange body... slightly hazy but with a lot of shimmering highlights; HUGE rocky whipped head - 3 fingers thick on the initial pour. Sticky lacing leaves littles patterns like clouds along the insides of the glass

S: Kind of sharp at first - a bit of bitterness (from the hops perhaps?) and a funky barnyard kind of smell; getting peppery notes and a medicinal kind of scent; there is also a faint, sweet floral-like note that comes through occasionally, though its harder to pick up this note amongst the medicinal note and the bit of funk (I think those scents are getting stronger as the beer warms)

T: Very interesting and hard to describe - getting light fruit notes (pear), a touch of citrusy lemon, and alot of grassy flavors; a bit of funk that I really dont know how to describe. Some residual hop like bitterness on the finish that dries out very quickly and leaves a grainy/bready note competing with some peppery flavors.

M: Very fine carbonation - a lot of tingly little bubbles across the palate; lends a nice crispness to this beer

D: 6.9% ABV and this is a treat to drink; alcohol is present but the flavors (the peppery notes and the barnyard funk) meld well to disguise its sting.

An enjoyable Belgian Pale Ale. Heard a lot of good things about this beer and its readily available around me but I never tried it until now. Glad I did. Another solid Belgian... and the strong/pale ale styles are really starting to grow on me thanks to beers like this.

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Photo of TCMike
4.18/5  rDev -0.7%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured into goblet. It produced a big fluffy beige head. The color was like a cloudy honey.
The smell was fairly strong. It was earthy, with a fruity/citrus tone. I have only tried Chimay Blue prior to this Trappist, and this is is more citrusy, by far.
It tastes like it smells. It is very dry, lightly hopped, and had medium-high carbonation.

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Photo of IRONRakkasan
3.98/5  rDev -5.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

It's a damn good cloudy dark amber with a frothy head that just doesn't want to go away. This brew's got a spiced citrus aroma with a very carbonated and dry feel on the tongue. Aside from near liquid gold the taste is lightly bitter citrus with an aftertaste that reminds me of lemon/orange rinds....whatever!

It's a refreshing brew, and feels like it has a higher alcohol content then it's 6.9%.

Recommended, just like all the others who've also reviewed. It wont disappoint!

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Photo of TimHoss
4.97/5  rDev +18.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Excellent Trappist Ale. The best that I have ever consumed. Great taste, smell, and feel. There is so much happening in this ale that you really need to avoid pairing it with any foods the first time you drink it. The initial presentation is excellent with a strong hoppy/sweet aroma. The taste starts spicy and ends with a great fruity finish. Wonderful drink for any occasion.

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Photo of DovaliHops
4.5/5  rDev +6.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Pours a very murky, dark golden-brown (almost reddish) color with A HUGE, I mean HUGE, fluffy white head that hangs around for a long time. Scent is EXTREMELY inviting. I love the smell! Definite funk with great tart aromas. A bit of floral notes along with lemon and some other fruits. There are some delightful spices as well. Taste is initially a bit tart lemon, followed by some awesome funk and leathery notes. Then the citrus and bitterness, followed closely by the Belgian yeast and unique spice blend. This is one fantastic beer! Mouthfeel is very complex with very crisp finish. Drinkability is high! I could drink this beer every day!

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Photo of boss302
4.05/5  rDev -3.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

US Orval bottle on 22/042009 BBD 02/04/2014 US label 6.9%, 330ml. This rating is for the US Orval. The European Orval is rated below this one. It was older and much more "Bretty."

A Color is golden to amber, a little darker than a tripel. Head is white and thick. 4

S There is a little Brettanomyces aroma and some fruit. 3.5-4

T Big CO2 fizziness then some bitterness. There is a definite Brett flavor with fruit backup. A complex and interesting beer . It is hard for me to pick out the different flavors with so much going on. 4 

M Thin to medium body, carbonation is high but manageable. 4.5

D This is a very interesting beer and I will have some in the frig for occasional samplings. 4

Europe Orval bott on 12/26/2008, 12/06/2013d European label. 6.2%, 330ml

A same as other Orvals. 4

S Similar to other Orvals, still bready. There is definitely more Brett aroma. 4

T more sour than other Orval's I've tried, not sure it is the European lavel at 6.2%abv or the age. 4

M Thinner, but will loads more carbonation. 3.5

D Similar to US Orval. 3.5

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Photo of Jimmys
4.18/5  rDev -0.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

been meaning to try one of these for a while. got another that Im gonna lay down for a few years.

A: dull, dense orange with a ripping stream of carbonation coming from all angles of the glass. huge off-white head that will not die down.

S: spicy, oily hop aroma. leather almost stable barn like scents.

T: definitely a pale. bitter, earthy hop flavor with a chalky, fruity yeast character in the finish. not sweet, almost more of a pear.

M: champagne like carbonation. crisp bubbles.

D: easily downed this bottle with some great cheese.

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Photo of DPFRD
4.47/5  rDev +6.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

A- Brownish, 80% opacity, great head.

S- Leathery and earthy with some clove and spices... so interesting.

T: Very distinct hop presence across this leathery earthy background, not sweet at all. Awesome bitterness to it, with some brett flavor coming through once it warms. Very complex.

M: Great carbonation that hits the tongue, dry.

D: What can you say, possibly the most unique of the Trappist brew. It's world class. I would say this is on my weekly roster.

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Photo of DeadGuyRyan
4.9/5  rDev +16.4%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Poured from an 11.2 ounce bottle which contained bottled and best by date.

Appearance: Poured a great Oranger copper with hints of amber as well. Thick white head that stays around with lacing that never stops. A slightly cloudy beer as well.

Smell: A welcoming smell hints of fruits and flowers along with spices.

Taste: This beer is insane very complex. A very crisp beer that has great zesty notes along with hops as well. Its a bitter beer that has Champagne like carbonation A very dry beer. That kicks the whole way.

Great mouth feel its super complex and its slightly different every time but its always great.

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Photo of ShogoKawada
4.45/5  rDev +5.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

bottled: 2/20/2008. Into Bells tulip glass.

A- Biggest head I've ever seen. Takes 3 tries and 5 minutes to get it all in the glass. Big, thick, snowdrift of a head on a hazy light brown base.

S- Fruity, spicy, floral, great yeast character in the nose.

T- Wow. Nice crisp tartness, great spicy notes, medicinal/earthy hop bitterness. Lingering bitterness meshes well with yeast notes.

M- Great carbonation, fantastic crispness and body.

D- Fairly high. This is well-crafted and really peerless in the BPA category. Very nice stuff.

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Photo of vfgccp
4.32/5  rDev +2.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A - Hazy, amber honey.

S - Honey, honeysuckle, golden raisins, moscato cider

T - Bitter/sour bite, yeast, and alcohol all hit early in the profile. Granny smith apples in the middle and cedary hops at the top of your palate. Mild barn-yard aftertaste.

M - Crisp, light body

D - Complex and worth taking your time with. Once you get used to the profile it's fairly drinkable.

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Photo of Valarauko
4.25/5  rDev +1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

The first mouthful of this stuff is the most memorable, go in with clean mouth, no food or food residue present, heck gargle with water to rid your mouth of other taste. Take the first a sip and bang get hit by a flavour explosion - overwhelming all regions of the tongue - so much going here I don't know where to begin - fruity, citrius-y yeasty . As you get over that initial taste explosion, as your tastebuds have been assaulted and surrender - the bitterness starts to come through and the hops and bitterness are pretty much whats dominates in the final half of the glass.
Needs a careful pour to reveal the murky dark orange colour.
The head is pretty good, but not dense and mine faded very quickly and looked like scungy sea foam on a rocky beach after a while.

Next time I have this I will share it among friends, to enjoy that initial taste explosion and avoid the somewhat disappointing finish to the beer.
and at 600yen a bottle in Japan (Us $7) it's a steep drink and probably a good one to split with a friend anyway.

Glad I tried it and definitely a beer you should try at least once.

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Photo of Long813
3.81/5  rDev -9.5%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Bottled on: 03/12/2009

A: Dark coppery body with three fingers of white fully head. Retention is amazing and leaves loads of lacing.

S: Very weird mixture of smells here. Citrus, grapefruit and something else I can't point out. Might be the yeast they use.

T: First thing that hits the taste buds is a lot of funk. Unique strand of yeast used in this beer. Grapefruit and other citrus follows. Some tartness and bitterness after.

M: Light bodied with high carbonation makes a frothy texture and a sparkling finish. Hint of figs or something in the aftertaste

D: Interesting brew and very complex. I'll have to buy it again to taste everything it can offer.

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Photo of BeerLover99
4.37/5  rDev +3.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

A: orange-gold hue, nice fluffy head that leaves complex lacing.

Smell: citrus, bread, fresh.

Taste: fresh citrus taste start and then ends with hint of bread bitterness.

Mouthfeel: med/ body with good carbonation spine.

Drinkability: This is such an amazing beer and the hilarious thing is the bottle to me. I sat here laughing my ass off that such a powerful, complex great beer was in such an unassuming bottle. One of my beer guys at local store said, "you like Belgian beers and you have NOT tried Orval?!!" He literally went to the shelf grabbed the beer and said, " you will thank me." He was right on, trust me, try this beer!

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Photo of allforbetterbeer
4.38/5  rDev +4%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bottled on May 05 2010, bottle opened on December 15 2010. Poured into a snifter.

I poured this beer at fridge temp with the utmost care (remembering that it produces an amazing head) and it still yielded three fingers of head below the rim of my glass, and continued to rise above the rim another two fingers! I had to suck off foam to keep it from spilling down the side of the glass, not once, but twice. Without a doubt the most fantastic head on any beer I have ever seen. Body is a rusty luminescent orange with the slightest cloudiness, which would probably clear if I let this stand for a week or so (this bottle was kept undisturbed for 24 hours before opening). I can't see how this beer could be better, and it earns the first '5' I have ever awarded for appearance for any beer.

It is hard to fully smell this beer because the head is rising out of the glass. What I do smell is interesting and refined. Candy-fruits; granny smith apple, peach, and apricot. The slightest near-funk "barnyard" or old cheese, and cider. A little swirling uncovers slight malts and some English hops.

The flavor is intricate, and unlike anything I have tasted. The aged hops lend a mellow and subtle hop bitterness that is paired with complex malts. All this is underneath the flavors that I am guessing are produced by a variety of bacteria and yeast. Cider is very prominent, as is a slight funk and some horseblanket and fresh apples. As I get into the glass, more bitterness shows up and the hops become more assertive. The malts seem to strengthen as well. The aftertaste is a cross section of the entire flavor profile, and it lasts and lasts.

Mouthfeel is on the lighter side of medium, and has the thin character that some aged beers can have (although this bottle is only 7 months old). Carbonation feels authentic. Drinkability is wonderful, but the flavors are so complex I can't imagine drinking this fast.

Conclusion: This is one of the most complex liquids I have ever smelled or tasted, and certainly one of my favorite beers of all time. Orval takes the meaning of beer to a new level in its own way. Everything about this beer is interesting, including the bottle, which seems to fit the beer perfectly. I wouldn't be surprised if this beer's taste differs significantly between vintages because there are so many flavors that lead me to believe that this beer has a number of microorganisms that contributed to its fermentation. Drinking this ale reminds me why I love beer in the first place- no wine ever tastes this intriguing to me.

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Orval Trappist Ale from Brasserie d'Orval S.A.
Beer rating: 4.21 out of 5 with 5,428 ratings
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