On Wednesday 26th February members of Cooper's sixth generation came together or a special cocktail event at the Regency Park Brewery in the Coopers Pavilion.
The Ultimate One Dayer Live Site presented by Carlton Mid and supported by Cricket Australia and OPSM will take over Colley Reserve and will include a big screen showing the game.
A republic movement of a different kind is back on the agenda, with Adelaide’s newest destination hotel, REPUBLIC, opening its doors to the public.
Coopers Brewery has officially opened its second bottling line. The new line has a capacity of 1200 bottles a minute and is being dedicated to Coopers’ traditional products
Legendary cricketer, Shane Warne, has embarked on an exclusive collaboration in the development of a new Pale Ale with the Moa Brewing Company (“Moa”), New Zealand’s leading craft beer brewery.
Coopers Brewery hosted more than 400 guests in its VIP Coopers Marquee at the Balaklava Cup on Wednesday 4 September. Guests were treated to a full lunch and a range of Coopers beers.
South Australia’s family-owned Coopers Brewery has opened a new Coopers Alehouse at Sydney Airport’s T2 domestic terminal.
Coopers Brewery has enjoyed one of the longest periods of sustained growth in the company’s history.
Coopers Brewery launched its limited-edition 2013 Extra Strong Vintage Ale at the Coopers Ale House on Friday 5 July. More than 100 people attended the luncheon special event. Guests included Coopers Managing Director and Chief Brewer Dr Tim Cooper, Coopers Chairman Glenn Cooper and Coopers National Marketing Director Cam Pearce. [nggallery id=584]
Coopers Brewery has released its limited edition 2013 Extra Strong Vintage Ale.
Learn about the art and skill of craft beer with Brewniversity at The Curious Squire; James Squire’s home in Adelaide.
One of Coopers Brewery’s oldest products, Sparkling Ale, has proved it can still mix it with the modern beers of today.
Brewers across Australia are being encouraged to enter this year's Royal Adelaide Beer Awards.
On March 16 and 17, The Highway will be pulling out the pints for the Craft Beer Festival, the first of its kind in Adelaide and a chance for locals to find out (and of course, taste) more about craft beer.
James Squire’s newest home in Adelaide; The Curious Squire, officially opened in December of last year, and has already proven to be a popular hotspot.
Exclusive to the Warradale, available to the public for the first time is a vertical tasting case of 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 Coopers Vintage Ale.
Move over wine - Craft Breweries Cash In On Refining Beer Palates
Coopers’ Celebration Ale, introduced last year to celebrate the brewer’s 150th anniversary, will be retained as a permanent line.
It’s time to grab your mates, dust off your festival gear and say hello to Summer with the Big Day Out hitting Adelaide this Friday! Luckily for us, the focus of this year’s BDO is not only on music, but also great food, wine and beer – and for anyone who knows the “Hello Beer” […]
Coopers Brewery is undertaking a $20 million capital expansion program in 2013 as a result of continued sales growth and its contract brewing arrangements with international brewers Sapporo and Carlsberg.