Stella Artois beginnings can be traced back to 1366. and it is the 3rd oldest known beer in the world. The first two places for being the oldest beers known are held by Weihenstephan (established in AD 725) and Augustiner(1328).
During the time of Jesus ‘ life beer was common throughout the Middle East. We know that alcohol was much safer to drink then water and that Jesus did drink wine. The bible refers to “strong drink ” which was more often then not beer . Wine was normally referred to as “fermented drink .” What is your take?
The world’s biggest beer drinkers Czech Republic – 143.3 litres per capita. Namibia – 108. Austria – 106. Germany – 104.2. Poland – 100.8. Ireland – 98.2. Romania – 94.1. Seychelles – 90.
NEW YORK– This Fall, Pabst Brewing Company proudly returns the quintessential American lager, Schaefer , to New York City. Schaefer , established in New York in 1842, will be re-established in 2020, and brewed in New York state for the first time in over forty years.
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Stella Artois used to market itself under the slogan “reassuringly expensive” but became popularly known in Britain as the ” wife beater ” beer because of its high alcohol content and perceived connection with aggression and binge drinking.
Apparently, according to the advertisements, Stella Artois is made using only 4 ingredients – Hops, Malted Barley, Maize and Water. And apparently by exclusion, no yeast . Small scale craft beers can be made without adding yeast and just relying and hoping for wild in-the-air yeasts.
They held that both the Bible and Christian tradition taught that alcohol is a gift from God that makes life more joyous, but that over-indulgence leading to drunkenness is sinful.
After his resurrection, Jesus appeared to the apostles and asked them for something to eat , to prove that he was alive bodily and not just a vision. They gave him a piece of broiled fish and he ate it. (Luke 24:42-43).
Some Christians take issue with tattooing , upholding the Hebrew prohibition (see below). The Hebrew prohibition is based on interpreting Leviticus 19:28—”Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you”—so as to prohibit tattoos , and perhaps even makeup.