Refill Your Keg with Stella Artois Nova

Stella Artois is the world's number one Belgian and is renowned for its unique taste and superior quality. The Stella Artois Nova Keg refill is a fantastic new option for those looking to enjoy the great taste of Stella Artois in larger quantities. The keg refill includes a 13.2 gallon keg, complete with a U Type Coupler (also known as a UEC or Stella coupler).

The keg refill also contains an original Stella Artois , which has been brewed with an array of pale malts and Noble to create its distinct flavor. This lager has an ABV of 4.8%, which makes it a great option for those looking to indulge without overdoing it on their consumption.

The keg refill also comes with Stella Artois' new ‘Nova' variant. This variant has been created specifically to meet the demands of today's health-conscious drinkers, who are looking for lower-alcohol options that still deliver on taste and quality. The Nova variant contains an ABV of just 3%, making it perfect for enjoying in larger quantities without having to worry about overdoing it on the alcohol content.

For those looking to enjoy Stella Artois in larger quantities, the Stella Artois Nova Keg Refill is the perfect solution. Not only does it provide you with a delicious flavourful lager, but it also ensures that you can enjoy your favourite drink while staying within your desired alcohol limits – making it ideal for parties, BBQs or any other occasions were you want to ensure everyone can join in the fun!

Can You Get Stella Artois Beer in a Keg?

Yes, we can get Stella in a keg! We work with our local distributors to ensure that we have access to a wide variety of beer, including Stella. Depending on availability, we can usually have the keg delivered to us within a few days. Of course, the same distribution laws and regulations apply to kegs as they do to canned and bottled beer.

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Calculating the Number of 12 Oz Beers in a Keg

You can get 165 12 oz beers out of a full size keg. This is equivalent to 15.5 gallons or 124 pints of beer. It is important to note that this number can vary slightly depending on the style of beer and how the keg is tapped and stored.

How Long Does a Keg of Stella Artois Last?

A keg of Stella Artois, a popular European-style lager, has an average shelf life of 90-120 days (3-4 months) when stored at the proper temperature. If your keg is pasteurized, that shelf life can be extended slightly. It is important to note that Stella Artois is unpasteurized, so its shelf life will be shorter than pasteurized beers. It is recommended to store the keg in a cool place and keep it away from direct sunlight and heat sources to maximize its shelf life. Additionally, make sure to monitor the beer's temperature regularly and keep it beween 34-38 degrees Fahrenheit (1-3 degrees Celsius). If you want to ensure that your Stella Artois stays fresh for as long as possible, replace the gas cylinder every 4-6 weeks or when it runs out of pressure.

Uses of Gas for Stella

Stella Artois is a lager, so it is best served with 100% CO2 gas. If you are using a draft system, you should make sure the gas pressure is set to around 10-12 psi (pounds per square inch). This will ensure that the beer has the perfect amount of carbonation and maintains its crisp, refreshing taste.


In conclusion, Stella Artois is a popular lager beer that has been around for centuries. It is available in various formats, including canned, draft, and gluten-free versions. Recently, the alcohol content of canned, draft and gluten-free versions has been reduced to 4.8% ABV in order to accommodate changing health and wellness trends. The 13.2 gallon keg of Stella Artois is available through local distributors using a U-Type Coupler (UEC or Stella Coupler).

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Thomas Ashford

Thomas Ashford is a highly educated brewer with years of experience in the industry. He has a Bachelor Degree in Chemistry and a Master Degree in Brewing Science. He is also BJCP Certified Beer Judge. Tom has worked hard to become one of the most experienced brewers in the industry. He has experience monitoring brewhouse and cellaring operations, coordinating brewhouse projects, and optimizing brewery operations for maximum efficiency. He is also familiar mixology and an experienced sommelier. Tom is an expert organizer of beer festivals, wine tastings, and brewery tours.