Discussing :: 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... read full article


Tree for home, glasses for the Mrs and beersies for me. Christmas sorted. Haha!


awesome christmas treat


This could be a great pressie for a good mate.


Yes please this sounds amazing, we have a small artificial tree that is looking rather sad so this year a real tree would be awesome :)


I love Christmas but refuse to put up decorations until December 1st. There should be a law against it :)


What a fantastic prize, but as I live in Wanganui I cannot enter, Bummer.


What an awesome tree and the chalices are superb.


Lovely Christmas prize.


And a stellar Xmas it would be to win this prize!


Would love to have a xmas tree this season!

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