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Anniversary Ale Orange Cakes

Anniversary Ale Orange Cakes

While this recipe takes a long time to cook, it is actually quite easy to make. Most pale ales with citrus notes would be fine, but it was tried and tested using Coopers Anniversary Ale. If using Valencia oranges, try to get all the pips out, otherwise you will get an occasional woody bit in the cake. This recipe was featured by Coopers Brewery in July 2012. Preparation Time: 15 minutes Cooking Time: 3¼ hours Orange Cake 2 large oranges 150ml Coopers Anniversary Ale 4 eggs 250gm … Read entire article »

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New Packaging For Coopers 150th

New Packaging For Coopers 150th

Coopers have been busy promoting and celebrating their 150th Anniversary. Part of this promotion includes placing special 150th labels on the necks of all their bottles. It is a fine reminder to all Coopers drinkers of the century and a half of legacy that they have given to Australians. Along with the neck labels comes a change to the packaging that used to be mainly silver. It will now be mainly the colour that is … Read entire article »

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Coopers 150 Celebration Ale Review

Coopers 150 Celebration Ale Review

On 13 May 1862, Thomas Cooper brewed his first commercial beer. His original beer was brewed as a tonic for his ailing first wife, and all his subsequent beers were brewed with quality and the drinker’s health foremost in mind. The quality of the beers when compared to others brewed at the time meant that doctors often recommended his beers. All these years later, the Coopers family still lovingly brews the beer and they still use … Read entire article »

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Coopers Celebration Ale Released

Coopers Celebration Ale Released

Coopers have announced the release of the celebration ale that we have been eagerly awaiting for the past few months. According to the press release, it is a hoppier red ale with an abv of 5.2%. The Nelson Sauvin and Centennial hops will add some complexity and fruitiness, while a crystal malt will add some nutty flavours. We are looking forward to getting our hands on some these. By the sounds of it, it will be … Read entire article »

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Australian beers win at World Beer Cup

Australian beers win at World Beer Cup

Brewers from Australia received awards from an elite international panel of judges in the 2012 Brewers Association World Beer Cup in Boulder, Colorado, USA. The winners were amongst our favourite brewers. Burleigh Brewing won Gold for Hef, Redoak won gold for Redoak Bitter, Stone & Wood won silver for Pacific Ale and Endeavour won silver for their 2011 Reserve Pale Ale. The ninth bi-annual competition boasted the strongest field of entrants on record, with 799 breweries … Read entire article »

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