It’s official, Coopers Australian Lager has just dropped. Anticipated to […]
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Australia’s largest independent family-owned brewery, Coopers, has released a distinctly Australian IPA to tantalise the tastebuds of craft beer drinkers across the country.
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The brewery says there was demand from craft drinkers for an IPA with a ‘distinct local touch.’
Summer is here and with it comes a smooth, easy drinking mid-strength beer with all the full strength flavour you’ve come to expect from Coopers ales.