Coopers Bootmaker Pale Ale
Thomas Cooper’s first occupation in Adelaide was as a bootmaker in the small village of Kensington, three miles east of the city. He plied his original trade a few doors down from the Rising Sun Inn where, in later years, he’d get his foot in the door with his very own Ales.
After Thomas hung up his cobbler’s boots, he turned his hand to brewing beers like this American-style Pale Ale. It has a rich amber colour, toffee malt flavours, citrus and pine hop aromas, a refreshing bitter finish and thick creamy head. Would Thomas approve? You can bet your boots.
Colour : 130 EBC Bitterness : 560 IBU
Recommended to be brewed with:
To make 23 litres:
1.5kg Coopers Light Dry Malt Coopers Carbonation Drops
To make 20 litres:
1kg Coopers Light Dry Malt Coopers Carbonation Drops