Coopers Brewery has restructured its senior management in an effort to drive the South Australia-based company’s future growth.
A new barley variety developed by the University of Adelaide and named after Coopers original brewery Leabrook has passed stage one of malt accreditation.
Coopers Brewery’s future has taken another step forward with Louise Cooper, the daughter of Managing Director Dr Tim Cooper, joining the company.
An organisation helping isolated Australian households struggling with unmanageable debt, receives this year’s Coopers Foundation’s Sustainable Giving Program.
This easy-drinking beer is scheduled to leave Coopers’ brewery today and will be available across Australia in keg, bottle and can by the end of the month.
Coopers Brewery will release its Original Pale Ale in a can format from August.
Two of Australia’s largest brewers did not pay corporate tax in 2015-16, an Australian Tax Office report says.
Coopers Brewery hopes to gradually expand the range of products available to brewers from its new $65 million maltings.
United States retailers Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus and Amazon will sell the BrewArt Beer system developed by Coopers.
Coopers Brewery has not seriously considered the possibility of buying a craft brewery because the price tags are too hard to justify, according to managing director Dr Tim Cooper.