Stella Artois Premium Lager
In 1926, Stella Artois was launched as a festive beer, named after the Christmas star. First sold in Canada, it eventually became available all year round, and, apart from the duration of the Second World War, has been produced ever since. The first Stella Artois beer was exported to the European market in 1930. By 1960, about 100 million litres of Stella Artois were being produced annually. Whitbread began to brew it under contract in the United Kingdom from 1976. InBev, the merger of Belgian Interbrew and Brazilian AmBev, opened a new, fully automated brewery in Leuven in 1993, and by 2006, total annual production volume exceeded a billion litres
Stella Artois Midnight LNNR 4/6
A brewery with a history that dates back nearly 100 years has ventured out from its popular Pilsner with a limited-edition dark lager. In time for the holidays, Stella Artois has introduced Midnight Lager, a 5.4% ABV beer that’s available in 12oz bottle, 6-packs.
Stella Artois Solstice Lager 4/6 LNNR
Just in time for summer, Stella Artois is elevating relaxing, warm weather drinking occasions and delivering sunshine by releasing Stella Artois Solstice Lager – a sophisticated, delicious alternative to the usual, seasonal brew options. Inspired by the longest and sunniest day of the year, Stella Artois Solstice Lager is the brand's first-ever limited-edition golden lager brewed especially for savoring under the summer sun.