Despite this, Stella Artois remains one of the most popular lager brands in the world and a leading import brand in the United States. It is made with hops, barley, corn, water and yeast. Did you know that Stella's yeast is exclusive to their brewery? No other brewery in the world uses this particular strain of yeast. It was used in 1926 with its first beer, special yeast has been used ever since.
It's a very, very special starter. While Stella was considered a Christmas beer, it is appropriate that noble hops be used in the brewing process. Stella used Saaz hops as one of her ingredients. Saaz hops have slightly floral, herbal and earthy qualities.
It adds an enchanting aromatic element to the beer. Beer is brewed using traditional methods and is made with only the best ingredients. The recipe includes barley malt, hops, yeast, corn and hop extract. These ingredients are all natural and provide a unique flavor profile to beer.
Our Belgian master brewers pay homage to the brewing methods of the past by creating this premium unfiltered lager beer. The lack of filtration allows the fresh flavors of Saaz malt and hops to stand out for a naturally tasty flavor. Stella Artois has 5% alcohol by volume (ABV) and has an IBU rating of 18-20, which gives it a slightly bitter taste with fruity touches and floral aromas. Stella Artois therefore combines these two tributes as a name, representing both the Christmas occasion and Sebastian's contribution.
All of these qualities make Stella Artois an excellent choice when looking for a dry beer that provides great flavor and, at the same time, is easy to drink. Stella Artois is produced in Belgium (at the plants in Leuven and Jupille) and the United Kingdom, as well as in other countries. In 1708, Sébastien Artois became head brewer; then, in 1717, he bought the brewery and renamed it Brouwerij Artois. With its light, fresh flavor and smooth finish, it's easy to see why Stella Artois has been so successful.
To ensure quality, Stella Artois is made to the same demanding standards in Samlesbury, in the United Kingdom, so that consumers can enjoy an authentic experience no matter where they buy it. Stella Artois has been or is one of the main sponsors of the Cannes, Melbourne and Sundance film festivals, the Independent Spirit Awards, the Dallas International Film Festival and the Little Rock Film Festival. Stella Artois beer contains 5% alcohol, making it an excellent choice for those looking for a night of relaxed drinks. Stella Artois has been associated with cinema in the United Kingdom since 1994, organizing events, sponsoring television and hosting a website.
With 5% or 5.2% alcohol depending on the location, Stella Artois is the perfect accompaniment for any social gathering. The Stella Artois manufacturing process involves several steps to ensure that each batch is consistent with the previous one. The name Stella Artois is derived from Latin for “star of art” and was first brewed as a Christmas beer in 1926. Once the fermentation is finished, Stella Artois is placed in barrels where it goes through another fermentation period called conditioning. With its signature flavor, Stella Artois is sure to provide an enjoyable experience to any beer lover looking for a classic beer.