Hello everyone, I've recently found out in this wikipedia article that the current Stella Artois logo is actually from 1988 and it went through several modifications previously (the only thing that dates from 1336 and is still in use is the horn that is included on it). Later I did a lot of research and I also found more logos wich were used before the current one that we know today.
The issue is none of the pages where I found them specifies wich year each one belongs to. I tryed to search more information about this logos on the internet, but I couldn't find anything.
The only logos that I barely know their year dates are these two right here:
Then there are this two pictures that I'm not pretty sure about:
The first one is an old picture of Brouwjeri De Hoorn a belgian brewery. What I know is the original brewery where Stella Artois was supposedly made was founded with that name in 1366; back before it was purchased by Sebastian Artois in 1717 and renamed it Brouwerij Artois. Even the sign shows a "horn" like the one from the logo. But then I read the history of this place and it doesn't match with Stella Artois's history. So I'm not sure if this the same brewery or if just another one wich by coincidence has a similar name and logo.
The second one is a sign of a now abandoned brewery built in 1922, wich is also said to be the original bewery where the beer was made. I don't know if this logo was made before or after Stella Artois was released, or if it dates from when the brewery was renamed in 1717 (wich I very much doubt).
I haven't found the original 1366 horn nor the original logos of both Den Horn and Artois bewerys. The closest thing I got is this image, but I don't know if it's the original or a replica, or if it was actually used:
There's also this image, but it might be based on the current design:
I'd be very grateful if anyone knows what year this logos are or has more information about them, so then I can edit the page.