Brewed by Coopers Brewery
Style: Golden Ale/Blond Ale
Regency Park, South Australia, Australia


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RATINGS: 992   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.7/5   EST. CALORIES: 135   ABV: 4.5%
Bottle & keg; Unfiltered.
Ingredients: Water, Barley, Hops, Yeast.
"With its fruity character, and robust flavour, Coopers Pale Ale is perfect for every occasion. Naturally fermented in the 'Burton-on-Trent' style, a secondary fermentation creates the trademark sediment that gives 'Pale' its fine cloudy appearance. This cloudy residue can be stirred through the beer by tipping or rolling the bottle before drinking."

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pyrotim2000's rating

   AROMA 4/10   APPEARANCE 4/5   TASTE 8/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 15/20
pyrotim2000 (13) - - OCT 10, 2007
I prefer Coopers Sparkling Ale... It poured a good head but didn’t retain it. It tasted a little salty and had a malty aroma. I’d buy it again if cheap, but would just get the Sparkling ale when I feel like a Coopers...

adamnowek (3293) - Brussels, BELGIUM - NOV 12, 2017
Hazy straw colour. Aroma is malt and flowers. Taste is fairly malty with some biscuit.

HairyBalls (3) - - NOV 5, 2017 does not count
UPDATED: NOV 5, 2017 Pours from a bottle like creek water, full of floaties and a light shitty head. Tastes like shit bit finished well toward the muddy base. Knock back 3 and your ok. Better off tap for sure but doesn’t stack up to some other IPA’s available these days.

jjgmd (2248) - Coral Springs, Florida, USA - NOV 5, 2017
On tap at the Ward Bar in Manley Wharf , New Zealand, pours a cloudy color with a small white head. Bland nose. Taste is grainy and wheaty with some clove and spice . Finishes on the same tasting notes. Maybe fair at best ! Seems like the Aussies can take some helpful hints from the Kiwis on brewing. Quaff Score 5 / 10

jmgreenuk (9981) - Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA - OCT 6, 2017
Bottle from a Coles Liqourland, Melbourne. Poured a hazy straw colour with a thin broken white head. The aroma is skunky malt, some light fruity hop notes. The flavour is moderate bitter with a light dry malt, light fruit, light herbal woody hop palate. Medium bodied with average carbonation. Not great, but not bad either.

macca147 (497) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - SEP 26, 2017
On tap at Coopers Hotel, Newtown. Pours a pale yellow gold. Aroma: Malt, mild grass and citrus notes. Not aromatic. Taste: Biscuity malt, mild citrus flavours. Moderate carbonation. Thin body. Watery consistency. Mild bitterness. Not particularly flavoursome, but not unpleasant either. An average macro pale ale.

ruigo (3080) - PORTUGAL - SEP 26, 2017
375ml bottle. Slightly hazy yellow golden with a big white head. Malty and floral.

roldano (155) - - SEP 12, 2017
Espuma blanca y compacta, color amarillo anaranjado no muy cristalino y donde se aprecia bastante brotar de burbujas constantemente, aroma ligero en nariz, sabor suave con regusto ligeramente amargo

explosivedog (1614) - Auckland, NEW ZEALAND - SEP 10, 2017
330ml bottle. Pours gold with a little haze. Sharp lemon acidity, little floral, touch of synthetic peach. More akin to a pale lager than anything else. Not great.

jsporrer (1116) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 13, 2017
Pours a a hazy dirty yellow with little to no head. Nice crisp clean aroma of light malts. Taste is pretty crisp and refreshing with light carbonation and a light tingle on the tongue. Taste is similar to a light lager. Not too heavy but not watered down. Smooth finish and decent aftertaste. Over all fairly enjoyable.

MaltSensei23 (26) - - AUG 2, 2017
nice white head. aroma fruity charcoal . taste slight nuty orange. flavour and a hint of bitterness. not too bad easy to drink

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