People are just realising what year Stella Artois was made – and it's not what you think.
When having a cheeky tipple most punters do not scour the can for clues about the history of their chosen beverage.
But, these booze fans were left astonished to find out when the much loved beer was made.
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If you take a look at the white can then you will see a few clues pointing to the date of origin for Stella Artois.
Surrounding the horn design logo the can includes the number '1366'.
"It will forever blow my mind that people were drinking Stella in 1366", Twitter meme account No Context Brits expressed along with a snap of the drink.
One person quipped: "It will forever blow my mind that people were drinking Stella in 2022."
"Imagine bringing some peasant up from 14th century and seeing this. It's like when we see Oreos in Star Trek", another user giggled.
While a third shared: "I hate to be that guy, but 1366 is the date the brewery opened, not the date the beer was made."
However, bards were not exactly downing pints of Stella in the Middle Ages.
According to Stella Artois' official website, the brewery opened in 1366 – not the birth of the beer itself.
Stella Artois explained: "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.
"Sebastian Artois was admitted to the Leuven Brewer's Guild as a Brew Master in 1708, and only nine years later purchased the Den Hoorn brewery."
As a nod to the brewing connoisseur, his last name was included in the brand.
"In memoriam, you can find his last name on the brewery and every bottle of Stella Artois around the world", the website said.
But where did the Stella part come from?
Fast-forward to 1926 and a special limited Christmas edition was launched which gained the name 'Stella' – meaning star.
"That special batch was the first to officially include 'Stella' in its name", the brand shared. "'Stella', meaning star in Latin, pays homage to this original occasion, accompanied by a star on every bottle.
"So next time you see a bottle of Stella Artois, take note of the rich history paired with the rich flavour on and in every bottle."
It wasn't until then that the beer was born that many know and love to consume today!
Having proved its popularity back home in Belgium, Stella Artois started to be exported to the rest of Europe in 1930.
We are sure you'll think about Stella Artois' fine history when you're next down the boozer…
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