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Stella Artois to celebrate Lusaka’s culinary delights

Headlines Stella Artois to celebrate Lusaka’s culinary delights

The Belgian beer Stella Artois will officially launch in Zambia on 3 March 2018 at a colorful event at the Roan & Sable Restaurant where business leaders, celebrities and socialites will attend to taste the unique beer.

Stella Artois is one of the world’s best-selling beers, a classic lager, golden in color with exceptional clarity and a spicy hop character that is enjoyed in more than 80 countries. Its full, characteristic flavor and excellence is assured through a superior brewing process and by using the finest ingredients available. The beer is well known as an in ideal accompaniment for a variety of cuisines from around the world.

Under the theme ‘Host Beautifully’ Stella Artois has partnered with the premium food venue to celebrate the beer’s arrival in Zambia. A variety of food will be presented at the launch to highlight the support of the brand for the development of culinary arts in Zambia.

“2018 is an exciting year for Stella Artois, a global beer that prides itself on its rich heritage of over 600 years of brewing expertise. This event is a great tasting opportunity and we are delighted to give the country’s consumers the choice of such a fine product that has been a favourite for centuries in Europe. It brings a whole new taste to our beers and product line. It’s a distinct lager, perfect for anyone wishing to drink in style or celebrate” stated Jose Moran, Country Director of Zambian Breweries Plc.

House DJ El Mukuka and International violinist Caitlin De Ville will entertain the guests with an unforgettable music experience.

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    • That’s what docile Zambians are good at drinking and praying….all activities that just take money out of your pocket and make foreigners wealthy!!

  1. Hahahahah ,Stella in the country. Wives should brace themselves for punches from senseless men. I smell gbv on the rise.

    • We have had Stella Artois on the Zambian market for a long time already. This is just an official launch.

      There have been no reported Stella Artois- motivated GBV cases.

  2. LT if you are posting such articles please state that its a sponsored article…if this is not sponsored and merely included in your lifestyle section then you need to fire your marketing officer..he/she is enjoying the brown envelope alone.

  3. I was wondering why Jose Moran, Country Director of Zambian Breweries Plc was commending Stella Artois which is owned by Interbrew International B.V. only to find out that its a subsidiary of the world’s largest brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV which owns SABMiller which in turns owns Zambia Breweries.

    This is why I like drinking ales and beers brewed by independent brewers

  4. Augustine Lungu…….Rhino dark larger……ni chi mozimozi na beer..no style no quality…Zambia brews the best anytime/day of the week bra.

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