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Coopers Celebrates 150 Years of Brewing

Coopers Celebrates 150 Years of Brewing

Australia’s iconic Coopers Brewery is celebrating 150 years of brewing quality ales this year. It was in May 1862 that Thomas Cooper brewed his first commercial brew. One and a half centuries later, the world has changed considerably and so has the beer market in Australia. However, Coopers is still a family owned company, noted for brewing fine ales. It was just over ten years ago that Coopers moved brewing operations to Regency Park in South … Read entire article »

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The Chicken, the Pig, & the Goat

The Chicken, the Pig, & the Goat

Serves: 2 Preparation: 20min Cooking: 35min No, it’s not a children’s bedtime story; it’s a love story. This rich flavoursome recipe combines everything we love about food. Chicken fillets are fried in bacon juices, and then served with a rich sauce made from bacon, butter, and beer. It also makes for a perfect romantic dinner for two. Making a pan sauce is a great skill to add to your repertoire. These sauces require the use of a skillet or … Read entire article »

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Sautéed Prawns & Scallops with Celeriac

Sautéed Prawns & Scallops with Celeriac

Serves: 4 Preparation: 20 min Cooking: 30 min This time of year is a good time to get together with friends on those balmy hot summer afternoons. It’s also the perfect time for enjoying lighter meals, salads, and cool refreshing beers, like Australian pale ales. In this recipe we not only marinate the scallops and prawns in beer, we also boil the celeriac in it. This fills the kitchen with beautiful aromas. The celeriac purée can be cooked earlier … Read entire article »

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