Spook (8) - AUSTRALIA - APR 15, 2007 does not count
Newish beer, been around for about a year. Was also a new venture for Cooper’s who have more or less been an Ale brand.
The drop is a top one and goes down with ease, very nice lager. ads135 (4607) - Omaha, Nebraska, USA - OCT 11, 2014
A fantastic lager. Crisp, light lemon notes, with a mild even weak character. Breadiness is spot on. TradieBeerluvR (1) - Mango Hill, AUSTRALIA - APR 5, 2014 does not count
This is definitely a quite good at the very least, the taste is definitely clean & has a palate that reminds me of when all bears were clean & pure.
One thing ive noticed USA voters dont like it, not surprising though generallee08 (772) - New York, USA - JUN 30, 2014
The body has a good golden yellow hue with good clarity and a bright white head on top. This loosely packed head fades fast and leaves only a ring of foam around the edge of the glass. The aroma is simple and light. It has just a moderate nose of light grain and husk with faint hops in the background. Its flavor is mostly of light grain, plain biscuits and grassy hops that give it a good balance of bitterness and a crisp clean finish. On the tongue this light bodied beer has a light, crisp, and refreshing well carbonated feel.
bweezy (53) - Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA - MAY 15, 2008
Poured a pale gold, with a thin head. Lots of carbonation. Yeasty, grainy aroma. Smooth taste. Didn’t blow my socks off, but was a nice beer to drink.
rampmaster (642) - Alden, New York, USA - JUN 19, 2010
Presentation: It was severed in a brown 12.7oz bottle with a mug at the Outback Steakhouse. Normally the mugs are frozen but this one came out at normal room temperature.
Appearance: The body has a good golden yellow hue with good clarity and a bright white head on top. This loosely packed head fades fast and leaves only a ring of foam around the edge of the glass.
Smell: The aroma is simple and light. It has just a moderate nose of light grain and husk with faint hops in the background.
Taste/Palate: Its flavor is mostly of light grain, plain biscuits and grassy hops that give it a good balance of bitterness and a crisp clean finish. On the tongue this light bodied beer has a light, crisp, and refreshing well carbonated feel.
Notes: Overall it is a very basic Lager that is clean and easy to drink on a hot day. However, 5 bucks a pop at the Outback Steakhouse is way overpriced for this style of beer.
jsmerig (1583) - Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 12, 2011
Pours a nice yellow gold. Oder of straw. Active carbonation. Nice light pilsner with a clean crisp finish. A bit of a cidery aftertaste. robbienate (113) - Calgary, Alberta, CANADA - OCT 12, 2014
The words Coopers and Lager don’t roll easily off the tongue. Right from the very start I always associated this drop with its Cloudy but fine epithet. Without wanting to take the easy way out and endorse the words of highlandlad I would like to take the easy way out and endorse the words og highlandlad. Yep, those terrible POR hops jump in and just bully poor little saaz out of the contest. This is just another one of those technically well brewed beers that is a clone of all the others of its ilk. Indeed, you would have thought with this offering that the voracious Lion has already opened its jaws and swallowed a family. If this is a takeover defense then who cares? dwyerpg (6180) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - JUN 15, 2007
Wells, smells mostly like a lager, but I found the beer quite acceptable. A little bite in the finish and no funkiness, certainly a fine beer on a day like today in Vegas, over 110. yalnikim (800) - Wellington, NEW ZEALAND - OCT 8, 2006
Tasted 30/09/2006. Half pint at Pig and Whistle in the Sunshine Plaza at Maroochydore.
Pale gold, white head that holds and laces strongly. The nose and flavour are simple and similar: fresh, dry, crisp and grassy, with background stony mineral notes. Mild bitterness. Light weight and medium carbonation. Similar to the Original Pale Ale but a lot cleaner. Fresh, cold and drinkable on a warm spring afternoon (29c). Everyone below is giving Coopers grief but if they have to sell a lager to stay in the game, then sell a bloody lager... Anyone who can’t stomach this one shouldn’t be able to stomach the Pale or the Sparkling either because it’s not all that different boys. Get a grip.