Stella Artois


Stella Artois® is the best selling Belgian beer in the world. Sold in more than 80 countries, it’s popularity is widespread. The success of this premium lager lies in a distinctive, immediately recognizable taste and character that is crisp and just slightly-pleasantly bitter. This slight acidity is created from the carefully selected ingredients and an exclusive brewing process.


1366  Its origins lie far back in time. Records of taxes on Louvain’s Den Horen brewery date from 1366.
1708    Sebastian Artois becomes its master brewer.
1717              Sabastian Artois gives his name to the brewery.
1926  Stella Artois® was initially launched as a seasonal brewery catering for the Christmas market with Pilsner type beer (”Stella” is a Latin for star).
1930 The “Artois” brewery starts exporting Europe-wide.
1948  A second brewery is opened generating steady growth in the brand.
1993  Opening of the new, fully automated brewery in Louvain.
2003  Total production volume for the year: >9,5 m hl.



A filtered, lightly fermented, lager-type beer. Noteworthy in the brewing process is the unique Stella Artois® yeast and selected top-quality hops: Salazar and bitter alfalfa.

Alcohol level: Alc. 5.0% vol.
CO2 content: 5.0g CO2/1
Density: 11.8 Plato
Acidity: EBU 26, pleasantly bitter.
Colour: Crystal clear with a touch of gold
Taste: A uniquely different beer of pleasant bitterness and immense freshness.
Storage: Keep in a dry, well-ventilated room at a constant temperature of 9C-16C. This is the key to a good Stella Artois®. Perfect cleanliness and correct rinsing of coolers, tubes, and glasses are important contributions to enhanced product quality.
Ingredients: Water, Malted Barley, Yeast, Hops, Unmalted Cereals.


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