Coopers Brewery has booked its 23rd year of growth with beer sales rising 3.3 per cent during 2015-16.
Coopers Alehouse has reopened at Adelaide Airport after a $1 million investment over the last three months.
The launch of Coopers Extra Strong Vintage Ale took place today with special events in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide.
Coopers Brewery will follow up its new Brew A IPA with further seasonal releases in the coming months, according to brewing manager Jon Meneses.
Tap contracts will remain a necessity for Coopers Premium Beverages until such time as they are deemed anti-competitive by the ACCC, a scenario general manager Mark Goulmy would welcome, but isn’t counting on.
Coopers Brewery is poised to embark on a national rollout of a draught-only India Pale Ale to be known as ‘Brew A’, which will premiere at GABS Beer, Cider & Food Fest next week.
Coopers Brewery has announced it will brew Carlsberg Mid 3.5 per cent lager at its Regency Park, SA headquarters.
Ian Watson takes an Australia Day look at the only beer that Australians can truly call their own, Sparkling Ale, as popularised by Coopers Brewery.
Coopers sold a record 80.7 million litres for the 12 months ended December 31, 2015, a 4.4 per cent increase on the previous year.
Coopers and its distribution company Premium Beverages have introduced a team of beer ambassadors to promote their brands and the beer category…