Brewed by InBev Belgium
Style: Pale Lager
Leuven, Belgium


on tap

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RATINGS: 3108   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.49/5   EST. CALORIES: 156   ABV: 5.2%
Stella Artois is one of the world’s best-selling beers and is enjoyed in more than 80 countries. Its full, characteristic flavour and high quality is assured through a superior brewing process and by using the finest ingredients available.
The UK version is brewed, filtered and kegged at Samlesbury. Batches are sent to Magor for pasteurising before being canned or bottled.

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DubbelO7 (42) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 24, 2002
Good beer for the money... at least here in Western Canada ... I moved up to here from the Eastern U.S. and never was willing to pay what was being charged for it in Pennsylvania. It seems to be a beer of choice here, cheap cheap and cheap again . reminds me of Heineken etcetra yet not as caustic.

PushEject (42) - Palmdale, California, USA - APR 16, 2003
A fancy Budweiser with a harsher bite and higher alchohol content. Typical lager clean & dry finish. A good beer if you like mass-produced American lagers, but not stellar.

ALyseen (42) - DENMARK - DEC 3, 2004
Tap. fresh malt flavor. a boring lager. and a bad belgian. one is enought of those.

Simon (42) - Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA - JAN 17, 2006
Poured yellow with a foamy white head that stuck around like a freeloading guest. The head and nice lacing could not make up for the average flavor and awkwardly hoppy aftertaste.

BigBeerHead (42) - Reading, Bedfordshire, ENGLAND - JUL 24, 2009
This is awful and I don’t know what they put into it and how much longer they can continue to sell this tripe but simply a rubbish lager which taskes a bit like Kronenbourg 1664. If you have any sense you shall not be drinking ’Wife Beater’ as this gets you off your head and will make you regret stuff you’ve done and the hangover is not much better.

jrizko (42) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - MAR 25, 2012
UPDATED: MAY 16, 2012 (Second Rating, Home, 330mL Bottle, Vintage Sept. 2011, Lager Glass, 5.0% ABV, Cellar Temp, 24/03/12. #23-41.)

Appearance (3/5): Pours a clear, orange tinted light amber, with a two finger, white, creamy, mostly lasting head with good lacing.
Aroma (5/10): Dominant cereals and citrus, with florals, grass, and skunk. Very subtle perfume note.
Taste (5/10): Sweet and very lightly acidic at the beginning, light bitterness throughout and in the moderate length finish. Quite well balanced. Has a slightly savory overall taste, reminiscent of a pilsener.
Palate (3/5): Light body, lively carbonation, watery and slightly creamy texture, with a slightly astringent finish.
Overall (10/20): Probably my favorite macrobrew. It’s available everywhere, so it’s usually my go-to in chain restaurants that don’t serve craft beer. Nothing particularly unique or excellent, but wonderfully average. The skunk aroma is particularly bad in some bottles. My guess is that the light green glass is particularly susceptible to skunking, especially since its quite old by the time I get it, since its an import.
Drinkability: 5/5. Character: 2/5. Buy Again: Definitely Yes.

fampudia (41) - BRAZIL - FEB 1, 2014
Ótima cerveja... Lembra cervejas brasileiras... Fraca, pouco aroma e com tonalidade clara -

Laf-o (41) - Toronto, Ontario, POLAND - DEC 25, 2001
nice taste going in, quite good in my opinion but falls short to be one of my fav pils...

Canuckistani (41) - Dundas, Ontario, CANADA - DEC 13, 2006
UPDATED: NOV 27, 2007 For a macrobrewery it’s ok, but there’s better macrobreweries. Pale beer, pours with a good head which dissipates almost immediately. Medium bitterness with malty flavour, lightly hopped finish. The finish is better than the initial flavour. Easily obtained almost anywhere. Definitely not something to go out of your way for.

browner (41) - Delafield, Wisconsin, USA - FEB 25, 2007
This beer is heavily marketed and readily available in this area. This is a very clear yellow lager with a half inch of white head. Not particularly lacey for a Belgian but predictable for a light (underscore light). The taste has a bit of malt but more of a fast light bitter flavor that finishes quick. On tap or bottle this beer is best served cold. For those looking for a light lager and a new label try it out. This isn’t rocket science just a light beer that should appeal to those who don’t like Dark, Belgians, IPA’s well pretty much not many beers.

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