brewblackhole (1588) - Muskego, Wisconsin, USA - MAR 18, 2006
Grainey ,bready malt aroma, pale gold classic lager color, distinct full grain taste,the result of a balanced malt ,hop blend,body is surprisingly light for full taste,lacks the slight sweetness of American Premium lagers. LordUppity (26) - Surrey, British Columbia, CANADA - MAR 17, 2006
Bottle. Soft, pleasant aroma and a very quick finish. Crisp, clean taste that is a superb choice for refreshment after a long day. Pours beautifully into the unique Stella chalice glass to create a discerned look. One of my favourites. jetzler (622) - oklahoma city, Oklahoma, USA - MAR 17, 2006
This beer is not bad if I could replace the crap at my bar I would ride my bar of 5 beers that taste worse and replace them with stella. It is well balanced with hops and malt crisp taste not too bad. outerupt (133) - Richmond, Virginia, USA - MAR 16, 2006
Reviewing bottle and tap. Bready, lemony, oxidized penny on nose. Decent bitterness though perhaps somewhat stale tasting and soft. Nothing particularly unpleasant. Just a nice enough beer with lunch and a sandwich. A belgian PBR.. and that’s ok. kingfiogojr (78) - Baltimore, Maryland, USA - MAR 15, 2006
Yeasty, wheaty aroma. Pours golden, with a frothy white head. Tastes pretty good, definite wheat/yeast taste as well. The body is great, good carbonation, gives me a filled feeling. Very similar to Becks, although this is slightly more yeasty and slightly less clean than becks. Not a bad Lager by any stretch.
Callahan09 (7) - USA - MAR 14, 2006 does not count
Stella is a beautiful light amber color. It’s kind of urine-looking, which I just find absolutely gorgeous, and it tastes wheaty. There’s a very yeasty hint to it, and it goes down very smoothly. The aftertaste is kind of sharp, and it reminds of cheap champagne. I can probably drink a million of these in a row. It’s not the most alcoholic thing in the world. It’s kind of like the beer that cheap commercial beer drinkers could drink to become introduced to the world of imports and such. The head is white and delicious, so don’t even worry about a slow pour with this one. jrob21 (3809) - Atlanta, Georgia, USA - MAR 11, 2006
Pale yellow. Very dry, very quick finish. Slight hint of citrus but the bitterness predominates. Not very exciting. Not much else to say. Tastes like the formula for a macro beer. omhper (25744) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - MAR 11, 2006
UPDATED: MAR 21, 2006 Bottled. (Brewed by unknown Algerian brewer). Pale yellow, relatively firm head. Heavy on metal and vegetables. Sweet with unclean adjunct flavour. No bitterness. You can’t go much more wrong than this in Algeria, as the local brands are at least decent. Gr0ve (2176) - Oslo, NORWAY - MAR 8, 2006
500 ml can. Thick fine-laced white head. Clear light golden. Soft aroma with notes of granny smith apples. Not really much flavour other than hop bitterness. Perhaps a little light maltiness at the beginning. Medium bodied. Aftertaste slightly metallic and have slightly harsh hop bitterness. Starts out fine, but the finish is terrible. chicagobears (476) - Elk Grove Village, Illinois, USA - MAR 7, 2006
UPDATED: MAR 14, 2006 Bottled. Pale lager with foaming head. Strong lacing. When I’m in the mood for a few lagers, this is one of my top choices. It has the right blend of hops and malts. I find this leans on the sweet side with a decent hop presence. Good alcohol content! Refeshing...