Stella Artois

Pilsner beer, first brewed in 1926 by Brouwerij Artois in Leuven, Belgium Website

Approval Rate: 71%

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    Tue Mar 09 2010

    I liked it when I tried it. I found it similar to Budweiser. Now, they own Budweiser (since the summer of 2008).

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    Wed Mar 03 2010

    This is basically glorified Miller Lite. It is made by Miller, which explains the "Lite" flavor, and is a worthless snob beer.

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    Mon Mar 01 2010

    Not bad for a Lager, overpriced though. If it were Cheaper I wouldn't mind it, but I don't feel this average Beer is worth $10 for a Sixer. Still if it were a choice between this and the Miller/Bud combo, I would take this stuff in a Heartbeat.

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    Fri Jul 10 2009

    It's a good brew but at a premium price. I bought it once. I later noticed that the can is 25 ml smaller than other canned beer sold in Canada and I felt ripped. I'll stick with other good brews that are cheaper and don't shrink the product.

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    Thu Jul 09 2009

    Good beer!!!

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    Tue Jul 07 2009

    Stella is a decent beer, but not my favorite. It is light and not over done with the flavor. It can be enjoyable to drink on a hot day!

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    Sun Jun 21 2009

    I really like Stella Artois, which is not surprising considering I really like lagers. Stella Artois does not have an overwhelming, powerful flavor like most Belgian brews as it does not have as high an alcohol content as many Belgians. Instead, it is a smooth "everyday" beer.

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    Wed May 06 2009

    Light, clean, crisp, sweet with a dry bitter finish. What's not to like? Price $1.45 US for one bottle.  Unfortunately most grocery stores price it close to $10 US for a six pack.

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    Sat May 02 2009

    A couple people on here are completly wrong. They have obviously never had Stella! First of all, it's 11.2 ounces, not 12, It does not have a strong taste either, It's actually very smooth and damn good!

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    Sat Feb 28 2009

    12oz bottle pours golden in color, nice white head, not too bitter and not too soft, a pretty decent import

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    Fri Feb 13 2009

    For men who aren't confident enough in their masculinity to drink Pinot Grigio.

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    Thu Feb 12 2009

    Stella is European beer for those who don't like beer.

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    Sat Jan 31 2009

    A good, solid, light beer.

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    Sat Dec 27 2008

    Not my favorite, but its alright.

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    Mon Dec 15 2008

    StELLA, STELLA, ever wonder what Brando was really yelling about.... Someone took his 6 pack of stella!

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    Wed Dec 10 2008

    Nothing wrong with a little Stella...

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    Sun Jun 22 2008

    Huh?! There is a lot of beer out there...Im just a small town country girl.

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    Thu Jun 05 2008

    man.... I thought I knew my beers

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    Fri Mar 07 2008

    Good staple never go wrong with it beer

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    Mon Feb 11 2008

    I love this beer -- there is some in my fridge right now (but not for long)

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    Sun Feb 10 2008

    They saw a lot of business from me last night. Belgium beers are truly in a class of their own.

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    Mon Jan 14 2008

    I think Stella is ok, the taste is abit strong though.

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    Mon Dec 17 2007

    This is a good lager beer, an I see it more and more.

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    Thu Nov 22 2007

    Love the Stella!

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    Thu Nov 15 2007

    Great beer among many! It's smooth, crisp and refrshing.

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    Wed Nov 14 2007

    Would recommend Czechvar (Budvar, AKA the original Budweiser) over this one.

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    Tue Oct 30 2007

    One of my favorites, the best selling beer in the world I believe.  it's a "premium" beer in the US.  WHich is why I like to drink it when in London!

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    Sat Aug 11 2007

    Probably one of the best beers out there... I like it because it's light great for dinners without the gassy fill me up kinda beers... Top five on my list... I buy it often..... 4 0ut 5....If you cant have a Stella another similiar beer is the Italian beer Peroni... good too!

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    Tue Jul 03 2007

    Just about the best non-German beer ALIVE

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    Thu Jun 28 2007

    What's the difference between this and water?Nuthin'

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    Tue May 15 2007

    Stella's good. But come on grow some hair on your chest and drink some Fu*king vodka   Pu**y

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    Wed Nov 01 2006

    Not a fan from what I can recall. Maybe I have to try it again, but I remember not caring for it when I tried it just one time.

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    Tue Oct 31 2006

    Overpriced swill for Yuppies!!! (just kidding,it's actually OK-but I had to deduct one star for Price Gouging).

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    Mon Jul 17 2006

    Not dissimilar to Toilet Duck

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    Fri May 12 2006

    This very old brew entered my life two years ago at a casino bar. Not recognizing the tap, I asked to try it and was immediately impressed by its flavor and feel. My stomach won't handle the heavy brews, ale is out too, so I found Stella at the right time. Bottled as good as kegged, it never disappoints with any food or setting (probably not at a biker's rally) and will probably endure another 500 years.

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    Sat Feb 11 2006

    It is OK, but notice tonight that bottles only contain 11.2 oz. That is roughly 6% less than your 12 oz bottles. I was worried that I was not getting a true 12 oz curl, so added some extra weigth to my hand. Lots of beautiful drink this beer, but I don't think I will be confused with one anytime again soon.

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    Fri Oct 28 2005

    a real mans beer, the kind of stuff that a real man like hulk or vealo might drink.......i bet you £20 that you wouldn't see a big poof like mikey drink this unless he was trying to show off in front of his friends....normally he'll drink this and then throw up in the toilet...

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    Tue Sep 20 2005

    If this is the Budweiser of Germany, I'm moving to Germany. While it's not the best Belgian lager it's very easy to drink and goes down smooth, I could easily have many of these. I was very satified by the drinkability and clean finish.

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    Mon Apr 18 2005

    It's a shame that Stella isn't available anwhere I shop, I'd be a regular consumer. Creamy, rich with a tart finish... fine stuff and unique flavor.

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    Mon Apr 11 2005

    I can't find this beer ANYWHERE around here. I went to several taverns that have over imported 200 beers and huge liquor stores but NO STELLA! I was told its not distributed in my area..tsk. I had it in Europe where they drink it like water. It's not bad for a mass produced beer.

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    Wed Mar 02 2005

    Belgiam has much better stuff to offer, like Orval trappist

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    Thu Feb 24 2005

    Reassuringly expensive because it has a reassuringly high alcohol content. As such it tastes pretty nice to an inexperienced drinker like myself.

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    Mon Jan 24 2005

    a lot of folks dig this. but i don't really. Stella has a bad smell to me. smells skunked all of the time. the taste is watery.

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    Wed Jan 05 2005

    This is the first of a two part rating.Am I alone in noticing a difference? (Applies to cans in my case)OK so I cant do 2 ratings,so I'llexplain;I have noticed a marked difference between cans brewed in the UK and the genuine article from Belgium.I would have only given 2 stars to the UK brew.Can't we get anything right?

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    Thu Nov 11 2004

    I first tried Stella when I was in England, as that's the only thing they really drunk in those parts next to Fosters and I wasn't going to drink that. I found that it was kind of bitter going down the first few times I drunk it, but it just became a very nice taste. It's like Guinness in a way, an acquired taste, and once you get a palate for that, you won't drink any other beer, and this is true for me.

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    Sun Oct 17 2004

    I don't understand why people drink this stuff, I think it's just pretentious. It really isn't very good and is fairly pricy. Definetly the piss beer of Belgium.

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    Sun Sep 26 2004

    How exactly do you PRONOUNCE the Artois in Stella? I want to order this but no funny moments at the bar needed!

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    Sun Jun 27 2004

    Stella has a great beer taste, that is not too bitter yet not watered down like most mass-produced beers. This has become a common choice of mine in establishments that are nice enough to serve it.

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    Thu Jun 24 2004

    sets the standard for all other beers to follow....others may be more unique but this is simply beer in it's purest and most god-like smooth it slides down the throat like bitter honey

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    Thu Jun 24 2004

    Not bad but very overrated. . .I ordered it in grad school to try to impress women in hopes of proving I wasn't a bud light idiot.