A special barley variety named after the original site of Coopers Brewery brings a historic touch to the 20th year celebration of Vintage Ale. The Coopers 2020 Vintage Ale features Leabrook barley, named after the former site of the sixth generation Australian family-owned brewery. Coopers was located at Leabrook in Adelaide’s eastern suburbs from 1881 … Continue reading Coopers 2020 Vintage Ale a homage to brewery’s history
A new barley variety named after the site of the original Coopers brewery is being bulked up this season with a view to becoming the South Australian brewers’ malt of choice. Bred by the University of Adelaide at its Waite Institute, WI4896 has been named Leabrook having passed stage 1 malt accreditation in March. It … Continue reading Barley variety honours historic brewery
Coopers Brewery’s new malting plant in Adelaide has been named equal best in the world at an international award presentation in Poland overnight. A jury consisting of members of the global brewing supply chain last night named Coopers and The Swaen in the Netherlands as the Maltsters of the Year 2019 at the World Barley, … Continue reading Coopers Brewery’s malting plant named best in the world
Coopers Brewery has launched Coopers Dry – a refreshing, fine filtered lager introduced to provide greater choice in Australia’s dry, low-carb category. This easy-drinking beer will be available across Australia in keg, bottle and can formats by the end of September. Coopers sales and marketing director Cam Pearce, said Coopers Dry was an entirely new beer … Continue reading Coopers Brewery launches new dry beer
Coopers Brewery is releasing Coopers Original Pale Ale in a can from August. Coopers sales and marketing director, Cam Pearce, said Coopers Original Pale Ale is market leader of the total pale ale market in Australia with 32.5 per cent share. “With increasing consumer demand for a can format, now is the right time to … Continue reading Coopers Pale Ale getting cans
The largest Australian owned brewer, Coopers, has opened a $65 million malting plant at its Regency Park brewery in Adelaide, a move that is designed to underpin the family-owned company’s long-term future.
The new beer, which is being brewed at Coopers’ Regency Park headquarters for the Australian market, will be one of the first mid strength versions of the iconic brand in the world.
Coopers brewery has ended the 2015 calendar year in record territory, boosted by strong sales of Coopers Original Pale Ale and Mild Ale 3.5 per cent.
Coopers Brewery is launching a new series of DIY beer extracts in response to the growing interest in craft beer across the world.
Coopers are spicing up there home cooking with a guide designed to help match its ales with certain spices in foods.
Coopers Brewery maintains strong sales growth defying falling Australian beer consumption.
Coopers Original Pale Ale has been named Australia’s best full strength beer for the eighth time at the annual ALIA awards.
New packaging for Coopers Clear has been unveiled by Coopers Brewery ahead of summer.