thebaron99 (110) - Royston Park SA, AUSTRALIA - DEC 16, 2001
ReRate#2, Just had a fresh one out of carton, yummy light honeyoil maltiness, soft head is pillowing banana flavoured froth that lasts well in the big Stella glass. Debloodylicious even at $62Aussie bleeders a carton, 24 x330mls plus bonus 4 500mls Stella glasses. Good with mates and darts too. Borrrris (110) - LINDENHURST, New York, USA - FEB 23, 2005
Bottle. I was expecting crisp and clean and maybe a little light.Instead, found it to have a citrus/metallic note that comes of as kinda skunky, further muddling a nothing special beer. Another marketing scam. I wonder if GM markets Chevy Cavaliers as luxury imports in Korea?
BUY AGAIN? No Cappadonna (110) - Delray Beach, Florida, USA - NOV 12, 2005
At first this beer didn’t do much for me, but I find it to be a good "thirst quencher". Nicely balanced. Kiapepito (110) - Port Angeles, Washington, USA - AUG 5, 2006
yellowish fizzy color and taste. quite a kick. had this during lunch with pizza in cambridge. noid1985 (110) - Broadview, Illinois, USA - MAY 5, 2008
12oz bottle pours golden in color, nice white head, not too bitter and not too soft, a pretty decent import
Doon (109) - Phoenix, Arizona, USA - JAN 12, 2007
Not a lager kind of guy, but I’d drink this over AB if I had the $$$ and a crappy(see less sophisticated) taste in beer. THe other reviews say it best...but this one seems to have nice mouthfeel, and it is a great alternative to the same ho hum lager alternatives if available. CanadaCam (109) - CANADA - APR 2, 2006
UPDATED: SEP 9, 2006 What can I say about "Wife Beater" that hasn’t already been said before? Stella has really taken off in Canada over the past five or six years, thanks largely to a marketing campaign in this country -- I’d dare say it may even be the No. 1 European brew over here. Aside from a slight skunky smell (not NEARLY as bad as Heineken, mind you) this is an all-around good pint. A word to the wise, though: If you’re visiting Canada and you pop into a pub to order a Stella, ask that they pour it into a regular, standard pint glass. If you don’t, they’ll probably pour it into one of these pretentious one-pint glasses which resembled an oversized wine glass. Draught beer should ONLY be served in standard pint glasses, but that’s just my opinion. noer1 (109) - Massachusetts, USA - DEC 8, 2001
Good reason to travel to europe. .......................................... stic (109) - Oostende, BELGIUM - JUL 13, 2002
Another typical belgian pils. Almost the same as Jupiler....................