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Holy Grale

Beer Garden, Brasserie, Beer Bar

1034 Bardstown Rd Louisville, KY ( Map )


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1034 Bardstown Rd Louisville, KY

Orval Appreciation Day!

Saturday, March 24th • 12:00 PM EST - Sunday, March 25th • 1:00 AM EST

Hosted By Holy Grale + Add to Calendar

Orval Appreciation Day!
at Holy Grale
Saturday, March 24th
12pm-2am (while supplies last)

We are big Orval lovers at Holy Grale and find this timeless beer to be intriguing... it is alive and always evolving, yet always a dependable thirst quencher. When poured correctly and in the signature chalice, this trappist ale is a pure joy to indulge... (you just simply cannot have an Orval without the signature Orval glass!). To mark this special nationwide celebration of Orval, Holy Grale will be offering a 11.2oz Orval bottle and Orval chalice (to take home) for $10 (while supplies last).
More to come! Check back soon!!!

About Orval Trappist Brewery:
Brewed and bottle-conditioned at Notre Dame d'Orval monastery, founded around 1070 AD in the pastoral Belgian countryside. Three different malts, two types of hops, Belgian candi sugar, complex fermentation with multiple yeasts, dry-hopping and bottle conditioning all contribute to great character and complexity. This vintage-dated and unique beer can be cellared up to five years.

According to legend, Princess Matilda was passing through this region in about 1070 with her retinue. She stopped at a clear spring and trailed her hand in the water - and her wedding ring, a gift of her recently-deceased husband, slipped off her finger and sank. Distraught, she knelt and prayed fervently for its return . . . and a trout swam to the surface with the ring in its mouth, returning it to her. She is said to have claimed "Truly, this is a golden valley!" (French: Or = gold; val = valley) She gave the land to the church, and the trout with the gold ring can be seen to this day in the Orval logo.

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1034 Bardstown Rd Louisville, KY