Stella Artois traces its origin back to 1366 to a brewery called Den Hoorn, located in Leuven, a town just outside of Brussels. In 1717, master brewer Sebastian Artois purchased the brewery and renamed it to his namesake.
The Artois Brewery created a special brew to celebrate Christmas and named it Stella (Latin for star) for its exceptional clarity. Today, Stella Artois is proud to support a wide variety of culinary events, from fine dining to beer and cheese pairings. With a golden color and a spicy hop character, Stella Artois represents the natural affinity between Belgian beers and fine foods.
The classic Belgian lager pairs well with intensely flavored Thai, Asian Fusion and Indian dishes such as curries. The bitterness also cuts through cream sauces in pastas and contrasts the creaminess of semi-soft cheeses. Website
Widely regarded as one of the nation’s top newspapers, the Tampa Bay Times has been the newspaper of Tampa Bay for more than 125 years.
With bureaus throughout the area, the Times delivers local, hometown editions in each of the six counties it serves. The Times is Florida’s largest daily and Sunday newspaper and the winner of eight Pulitzer Prizes. Website
tbt* is a free daily paper distributed five days per week – Monday through Friday – in a tabloid format.
While covering all the day’s newsworthy topics, tbt*s content is concise and edgy and includes weird, funny, unusual stories and local happenings around Tampa Bay. Website
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