Coopers steps in from Down Under

Coopers steps in from Down Under

Australia’s 150-year-old Coopers Brewery has set foot in India with its range of ales, stouts and lagers. Coopers adopted a unique method of natural fermentation and conditioning in the 1800s.

A small amount of live yeast is added to the beer just before bottling or kegging causing secondary fermentation in the bottle or keg, which carbonates the beer and eliminates the need for any preservatives or additives.

Its ale range is brewed by a method of top fermentation, originating in the Middle Ages. Coopers uses only natural ingredients including malt, hops, sugar, water and a special yeast strain that is more than 90 years old.

Coopers Original pale ale has fruity and floral characters, balanced with a crisp bitterness. It is naturally fermented in the ‘Burton-upon-Trent’ style, Cooper’s trademark second fermentation process.

Coopers Best Extra Stout has a punch. Its unique rich dark texture comes from specially roasted black malt. A robust blend of fruit and chocolate flavours and hop bitter notes, it’s everything a stout should be.

Coopers beers are available in major parts of India utilising VBev’s large network across the sub-continent.