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Do you use artificial flavours or sweeteners in your beers and ciders?
None of our beers or ciders contain any artificial additives or sweeteners
Are your beers and ciders suitable for vegetarians and vegans ?
Most of our beers and ciders are suitable for vegetarians and vegans. The exceptions are Stella Artois Cidre Apple which contains a colouring, and our cask ales, Flowers IPA, Flowers Original and Bass. These cask ales contain isinglas, a fish derivative, which may not be suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
I have a gluten allergy, can I consume your beers?
Most of our beers are brewed using malted barley. Glutens are protein substances which are found in some cereal grains (i.e. wheat, rye, barley and oats). These glutens are degraded in the malting and brewing process into compounds called amino acids. Gluten degradation products may aggravate the condition in some coeliac patients. We therefore recommend you consult your GP or nutritionist.
Do you use genetically modified ingredients in the production of your products?
In Europe we produce our beers and ciders using only non-genetically modified raw materials. AB InBev complies with all the health, food, labelling and ingredients regulations that are in force in each market where our beers and ciders are sold.
I’m a consumer, where can I buy branded merchandise?
You can buy beer and cider related items, including Stella Artois Chalices, by visiting www.barsupermarket.com. In addition, there is often a chance to win branded merchandise on the Stella Artois and Budweiser Facebook pages.
I’m a stockist of your products, how do I order branded point of sale materials for my outlet?
Please call our customer services team on 0870 606 8008
What temperature do I store my beer and cider at so it tastes at its best?
To enjoy our beer and cider at its peak freshness and flavour, we would recommend you store it somewhere cool. Lager is best served between 2-6°C, while ales should be served between 6-11°C. To maximise the enjoyment of beer, we recommend that rather than consume it from the can or bottle, it is poured into a cool glass at an angle of 45 degrees.
Stella Artois should be served in the Stella Artois Chalice. Stella Artois Cidre is best enjoyed served in the Cidre Chalice over plenty of ice.
What percentage of apples are hand picked in Stella Artois Cidre (Apple)?
Stella Artois Cidre Apple is made from a minimum of 70% hand-picked apples. It’s often more but it depends on the harvest. We only claim 50% on the packaging just in case there’s an extremely bad harvest one year. Stella Artois Cidre Pear is made using 100% hand-picked pears.
What is the round plastic ball shaped object in my can of Boddingtons?
It is a widget. This is perfectly normal for our Boddingtons cans and allows for the draught flow effect to take place when the beer is poured from the can.
Why is Beck’s Blue labelled ‘Alcohol Free’ yet states 0.05% ABV on the packaging?
Beck’s Blue is Beck’s beer with the alcohol extracted. We label our products in accordance with UK food laws and as such we have used the descriptor “alcohol free”. We label Beck’s Blue with “not more than 0.05% ABV”, to let consumers know that it may contain a trace of alcohol.
Where can I find out more about the nutritional and dietary content of your products?
All nutritional and dietary information available for our products can be found by visiting the website www.tapintoyourbeer.com
How do you decide which charities you work for? Would you consider a charity that I am involved with?
We receive a huge number of charity requests. To be sure we can really make a difference we have decided to focus on a number of local charities this year and we will be directing our resources accordingly.
I am researching AB InBev for a student project, can you provide any further information in addition to what is already on your website?
Unfortunately, due to the vast amount of enquiries we receive, we are unable to provide the information you require due to its competitive and strategic nature. Please visit www.abinbev.com where all information available to the public about our company is available.
Do you offer any tours of your breweries?
Details of tours to the Stella Artois brewery in Leuven are available on line at www.leuven.be/en/beercapital/Breweries/Leuven/stella-artois. This is currently the only tour that we operate.
Is it possible for you to send me branded any complimentary AB InBev branded items?
Unfortunately, due the overwhelming number of enquiries we receive we are unable to honour your request for complimentary branded items. We hope you understand our decision. A whole range of branded items can be purchased by contacting Michael Davies Associates at www.barsupermarket.com