Fryday’s ad is for Stella Artois, from the early 2000s. From the late 1800s until the 1980s, poster art really came into its own, and in Europe a lot of really cool posters, many of them for breweries, were produced. I’ve been posting vintage European posters all last year and will continue to do so in 2020. This poster was created for Brouwerij Artois, which began brewing their popular Stella Artois in 1926. A brewery existed on the same site in Leuven, Belgium, since at least 1366, and in 1708, Sebastiaen Artois became the brewmaster for what was then known as the Den Hoorn brewery. Nine years later, in 1717, he bought the brewery and renamed it the Artois brewery. In 1988, they were a founding member of InterBrew, which went on to gobble up other breweries and today is known as Anheuser-Busch InBev. I don’t know who created this poster, but it’s yet another version of Stella Artois’ 9-Step Pouring Ritual that they’ve been promoting for a number of years, and this one is also a series of circles. Yesterday’s was from a bottle, while this one is from a tap.
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