Blog: Stella Artois - best served... cool
Chris Brook-Carter | 29 September 2004
Well, it’s official: Stella Artois is not only reassuringly expensive, it is also the coolest kid on the block.
In a poll of 3,000 18 to 44-year-olds in Britain’s main metropolitan areas, published today, Interbrew’s Stella Artois was voted the coolest drinks brand.
The top 5 Kings of Cool are:
1 – Stella Artois
2 – Stolichnaya
3 – Guinness
4 – Budweiser Budvar
5 – Innocent smoothies
So Stella’s cool is it? I prefer it cold, actually.
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