At Stella Artois, we are extremely proud of our Belgian roots. Our story can be seen on every bottle of Stella Artois. If you look closely, hints of our origins are proudly displayed.
By 1366 roots of our brewing tradition had been established in the city of Leuven, Belgium– which is also where the original Den Hoorn brewery was founded. Den Hoorn laid the foundation for the quality taste and standard Stella Artois is known for. The symbol of the Den Hoorn Brewery is proudly displayed in Stella Artois' cartouche to this day.
Stella Artois and Stella Artois Cidre are available in the following packages.
- 6 pack bottles
- 12 pack bottles
- 1/2 and 1/6 bbls
A brewing tradition since 1240
Founded in 1152, Notre-Dame de Leffe was an abbey of Premonstratensian canons, i.e. monks living in a community characterised by its hospitality.
Leffe Blond is an authentic blond abbey beer with a slight hint of bitterness to it.
A heavenly bit of history...
Perhaps they had too much time on their hands. Or they were sick of the sacramental wine. Maybe it was divine inspiration? We’ll never know for sure. What we do know is that the Hoegaarden monks were the first to discover the unique recipe for wheat beer around 1445.
500 years of hard work went into making this beer that features the aroma of orange peel, coriander and herbs that the merry monks imported from sunny Curacao.
St. Pauli Girl
A Bavarian duke known as Wilhem IV sought to establish a far-reaching standard, which all German beers were required to follow. The German Purity Law of 1516 created a common ground for “how beer is to be brewed and served in both winter and fall.” The actual decree states: “In particular we wish that from now on, in all towns, markets and villages, nothing more is used for beer than barley malt, hops and water alone.”
Two row spring barley from the south of England, a special strain of yeast, ice-age glacier water from the "Rotenburger Rinne," plus hops from the famous "Hallertau Hop Gardens" in southern Germany are the ingredients that give St. Pauli Girl Lager its unsurpassed quality and taste and keeps you coming back for more.
German-Style Pilsner, golden-colored German beer with wonderful floral and fruity European Noble hop aromas. The taste is sweet and soft balanced with a clean, dry hop finish.
- Becks Pilsner
- Becks Dark
- Becks Saphire
“Mexicanidad” is about bringing Mexican culture, traditions and values to life. It’s about praising our collective achievements. Even though “Mexicanidad” represents Mexico, it is inclusive. It opens the door to everyone who wants to participate, no matter where they come from. It’s even about celebrating death with joy, colors and ornaments. Celebrating is what defines us. Estrella Jalisco is the brand of “Mexicanidad” because it re-awakens Mexican traditions and invites everyone to participate.
Estrella Jalisco, a 4.00% ABV pilsner, pours with a pale-crystal golden yellow color and has a refreshingly light flavor.
It has been a popular beer in Mexico for decades, and will now be available in the United States. Montejo represents the experience and attributes of the country where it was born: adherence to tradition and culture, pride derived from accomplishments and hard work, and aspirations to achieve greatness.
Montejo has a light golden color and is renowned for its crisp, refreshing finish. Although a lighter lager, Montejo is smooth and full-flavored.