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


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RATINGS: 1229   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.02/5   EST. CALORIES: 174   ABV: 5.8%
Coopers Sparkling Ale is brewed naturally by the centuries-old top fermentation method just as it was in the beginning by Thomas Cooper. This beer displays a solid head and a distinctive, full-bodied flavour enhanced by a soft, fruity character and the sediment which gives it a cloudy appearance.

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stegosaurus (1882) - Levittown, Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 3, 2005
pours hazy orange with a little white head, aromas of sweet malts, hops, and citrus, taste is of carbonation, malt, sweetness, and followed by some bitterness, nothing great here, id say average.

ThomasE (5174) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - AUG 1, 2005
Light hazy yellow with a small white head. Hoppy and fruity aroma. Hoppy and hay-like flavor with a dry light fruity finish.

Roddy (14) - AUSTRALIA - AUG 1, 2005
If you drink Coopers Pale Ale, finish it off and buy a case of Sparkling Ale. Sparkling is more of a classic top fermented ale with lingering fruity overtones and more complex palate than its sibling. Has enough power to cut through a vindaloo, yet won’t overpower a fresh prawn....quite a nice balanced beer for all occasions. Good job Coopers.

SSSteve (4006) - - JUL 29, 2005
mild hop aroma. some malt. hazy yellow and full of chunks. malt in flavor. i dont taste any hops. not much flavor in this one. not good.

pintbypint (3732) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - JUL 25, 2005
375ml brown bottle. Hazy light gold with noisy white layer of foam. Fruity aroma, caramel. Sharp malty taste. Mild finishing hops leave pleasant bittereness.

oh6gdx (26488) - Vasa, FINLAND - JUL 19, 2005
Bottled. Hazy orange colour, small white head. Whaty and yeasty aroma with some sweet sugary hints. Sweet sugar and malt in flavour along with hints of yeast and wheat. Pleasant palate.

DuffMan (10549) - the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta, CANADA - JUL 1, 2005
Pours pale and cloudy with visible colloidal yeast and little head. Aromas of fruit (pears?) and yeast dominate. Palate is mildly hopped and fruity with a slightly bittersweet finish. Certainly unique. After polishing off a whole carton of these with a buddy, I had the worst hangover I’ve had in a long time-- could histamines associated with the yeast play a role? Or maybe I’m just getting old.

wilkie (1208) - Raleigh, North Carolina, USA - JUN 23, 2005
Bottle. Thin white head, cloudy blonde color, with lot of floaties (sediment). Malty, and slightly hoppy in nose, perhaps even somewhat yeasty. Flavor is malty, sour, and a bit yeasty in the end. Disappointing flavor, but perhaps mine is really old. A bit of hops in finish, kind of like an ESB would have.

piscator34 (2577) - Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA - JUN 23, 2005
Blonde in colour and somewhat cloudy. Loads of fruit on the nose, along with some lighter malt notes. There’s a bit of grassy hop flavors, with more fruit flavors which seem to throw everything out of wack. A fair amount of bitterness in there too. It tastes more like a lager gone wrong rather than an ale.

mikey (503) - farmington, Utah, USA - JUN 18, 2005
Poured clear then bacame a cloudy pale gold with a low white head. The nose had a light fruitiness with some malt sweetness. The flavor started with some slight grassy bittering, a light fruitiness and a dry bread flavor.The finish was dry with hard grassy bitters and the body was medium to light. This beer from Down Under blows Dingos. It will now go ’Down Under’ my kitchen sink as it splashes down the drain.

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