Stella Artois

Stella Artois is a classic Belgian lager, golden in color with a floral, hop aroma, well-balanced fruity malty sweetness, crisp hop bitterness and a soft dry finish. All natural ingredients give Stella Artois a clean, crisp palate. The fresh, pale malt aromas offer a sweet herbal note and a lingering hoppy finish. Stella is made with traditional malted barley and the finest European hops to provide superior quality and its full characteristic flavor.

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Stella Artois Spritzer

A bubbly and refreshing cider made from crisp apples & hibiscus, it is the perfect complement to your afternoon. Using centuries of French & Belgian tradition, Stella Artois created this naturally gluten-free spritzer specifically for the wine glass. It impeccably pairs with an apple walnut salad, romano cheese, prosciutto and apricot jam. Always sparkling and always refreshing. Crafted to be naturally gluten free, keeping the spritzer light and delicious.

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Because brewing is a natural process, values are approximate and may vary slightly.


Stella Artois Cidre

Add a splash of spontaneity to your repertoire, and raise a glass to it all coming together just so. As golden afternoons unfold, savor the taste of Stella Artois Cidre, a bubbly cider described as such: Balanced-Pairs a soft, apple-y sweetness with a crisp dryness. Effervescent-As bubbly as the personalities on your blanket. Refreshing-The perfect partner for any alfresco gathering. Cidre hits all the right flavor notes in this deliciously delightful composition. It’s music to your palate.

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(per 12 fl. oz.)

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(per 12 fl. oz.)

Because brewing is a natural process, values are approximate and may vary slightly.

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