A Brewery for the Modern Day
The date is right on the label... "Anno 1366". Stella Artois beer begins in the Belgian town of Leuven. The name of the beer is not yet Stella Artois. The brewery is called Den Horen, meaning "The Horn" and that explains the horn on the modern label. The beer we know today as Stella Artois came about in 1926 when they put out a special Christmas brew that became so popular they decided to produce it all year long. They named it Stella Artois with "Stella" meaning "star" and Artois being the last name of a master brewer of the company from years gone by. The brewery was eventually moved across town. The original site was left abandoned until 2011 when it was finally demolished.   
Women of the Middle Ages: The Veil has Fallen
It is difficult to find women professors in the Middle Ages, but in the city of Bologna, Novella d'Andrea broke through the academic ceiling teaching Canon law as a substitute professor for her father. She was said to be so beautiful that she would only teach from behind a veil so as to not distract the students. Now the veil has fallen. Novella has passed from this world.  
This Year on Wikipedia
Year 1366, Wikipedia.
- Stella Artois - From Belgium With Love, StellaArtois.com, 2014 [last update] (Official Site) quote="Let's start with the year, 1366, the date our brewing roots trace back to. It was then the Den Hoorn brewery was first established in Leuven, Belgium."
- Brouwerij Den Hoorn UrbEx - Forgotten & Abandoned, urbex.nl, 2014 [last update] quote="This site would make a very nice museum or restaurant, but it was demolished early 2011."
- Beernaert, Stefaan. Brewery Den Hoorn, foantje.com, 11-October-2013 [last update] (PHOTOS)
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