Win a Stella Artois Christmas Tree & Chalice Set

Stella Artois was named after the star of Christmas, when the brew was originally created in Leuven, Belgium in 1366. But while snow falls on the other side of the world, a cold glass of Stella Artois is the perfect way to celebrate a summer Christmas the Kiwi way – out in the sunshine with good food and good friends.

For those who appreciate fine quality and craftsmanship, Stella Artois is a traditional treat that’s an exquisite match to New Zealand’s not-so-traditional Christmas dinner – it’s a perfect accompaniment to lamb, glazed ham, pork roasts, crayfish, shellfish and chocolate.

Look out for Stella Artois at supermarkets and liquor stores nationwide, RRP $25.99 for a 12 pack (perfect for sharing!).

To help you celebrate Christmas, we have a prize pack from Stella Artois including a real pine Christmas tree delivered to your door, and a set of two Stella Artois Chalice Glasses, worth over $150. Entrants must be located centrally in Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington or Dunedin.

To enter, simply head over to our  Everything Else Forum  to make a decent contribution to finalise your entry. Make sure you check out next weeks Newsletter to see if you're one of our winners.

COMPETITION CLOSED

Winner(s):  Flashgg

 
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  • New Member says
    Yes please...:) Merry Xmas and Happy 2015! x
  • nuttydread says
    Mmmm...My fav brew!!! Merry Xmas Frank, looking forward to 2015 with ya!!!
  • Aaron says
    Yes plz happy xmas we dont have a tree this year love to win
  • trev23 says
    Awesome prize....Merry Christmas!!
  • kevin says
    Merry Christmas!! to everyone
    Merry Christmas!! to Frank, looking forward to 2015
  • melanie says
    yes please
  • Jenny says
    Done Thanks for the chance to win :)
  • Jenny says
    PS: Check out "Ever talked to a celeb and not known who they were?" for my entry, it was quite a moment! LOL
  • Kizami says
    Those chalices are really nice!
  • Flashgg says
    We have had an artificial Christmas Tree for years. I have been thinking for awhile to get a real Tree because you really can't beat the smell of pine throughout the house. and growing up we always had a real Christmas Tree.
    Do you deliver this by horse and carriage like the White house Christmas tree is LOL!

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