Stella Artois is a classic Belgian lager, golden in color with exceptional clarity and a spicy hop character. Stella Artois should be served between 36 and 38 degrees Fahrenheit using a nine-step process called the Belgian Pouring Ritual. In Belgium, every beer has its own unique glass designed to highlight the brand’s special flavor, and Stella Artois is no exception. The Stella Artois chalice is designed to ensure that the head foams perfectly and the aroma is preserved.
Stella Artois Cidre (pronounced cee-druh) is a crisp, distinctive European-style cider made with hand-picked apples. Stella Artois Cidre is designed to be savored and pairs well with chicken, fish, light salads, spicy foods and a broad selection of cheeses – including English cheddars, Gruyere, Camembert-style and washed-rind cheeses. Naturally gluten-free, Stella Artois Cidre is 4.5 percent alcohol by volume (ABV) and is available in 24-ounce sharing bottles and 4-packs of 12-ounce bottles. Click here to download the fact sheet.
Hoegaarden, a Belgian White Ale brewed with real Curacao orange peel with a hint of coriander, has a unique, refreshing flavor and spicy nose. Brewing has been an integral part of life in the village of Hoegaarden, Belgium, since 1318. By the 15th century, Begarden monks settled in the area and began brewing Belgian white (or wit) ales. By the end of the 19th Century, the village boasted more than 35 breweries, although it was inhabited by only 2,000 people. Hoegaarden Witbier – biere blanche, the original Belgian White Beer, is renowned in Belgium and all over the world. Click here to download the brand fact sheet.
Leffe Blonde is an authentic and respected Belgian “Abbey” beer, a category almost exclusive to Belgium. Leffe Blonde is a dry, fruity and lightly spiced ale featuring a perfect balance of strength and subtlety. The bitterness is delicate, extending over the whole palate and lingering as a subtle aftertaste. The rich brewing tradition of the Leffe beers dates back more than 700 years to the Abbey Notre Dame de Leffe, founded in 1152. The monks of St. Norbert began brewing this beer in 1240 for the community and for passing travelers. Leffe beers continued to flow throughout the quiet Belgian countryside until the Abbey was abolished after the French Revolution. The monks eventually formed an agreement with the brewer Albert Lootvoot to re-launch Leffe. Click here to download the brand fact sheet.