The 0.5% abv brand has been quietly on
test in Tesco for several months in packs of four 33cl bottles, with a retail price of £2.73.
An Inbev spokeswom an said: "If there is sufficient consumer demand, we will consider making Belgian -brewed Stella Artois Low Alcohol more widely available .
"It will appeal to Stella Artois loyalists who on suitable occasions want the option of a low -alcohol lager."
The beer is brewed in Leuven, Belgium using the same hops and yeast as regular Stella Artois.
A different brewing process, requiring a shorter fermentation period and lower temperatures, produces a lower abv.
The 0.5% abv brand is already distributed elsewhere in Europe, including Belgium, France and the Czech Republic.
In Belgium, the low-alcohol lager
is called Stella Artois Non Alcohol because the laws in Belgium allow anything with up to 0.5% abv to be classified as
non -alcohol ic.