Coopers Australian Pale Ale 40 Pts

More Views

Coopers Australian Pale Ale 40 Pts

SKU:2858
£11.76

Availability: In stock

You could receive 5 Reward Points for writing a review and/or rating this product.

Details:

Coopers Australian Pale Ale 40 Pts

Due to popular demand Coopers master brewers have developed a beer concentrate in the style of the famous COOPERS ORIGINAL PALE ALE which is considered an Australian icon. The finest 2-row barley, hops and specially selected yeast combine to produce a beer with fruity and floral characters, balanced with a crisp bitterness and compelling flavour perfect for every occasion.

Recommended to be brewed with 1kg of Brew Enhancer 2.

Weight - 1.7kg
Colour - 90 EBC Bitterness
Bitterness - 340IBU
Purchasing this product will earn you at least 11 points

Details

Due to popular demand our Coopers brewers have developed a beer concentrate in the style of the famous COOPERS ORIGINAL PALE ALE which is considered an Australian icon. Produced from premium 2 row barley grown in South Australia ( north west of Adelaide ) these are area's recognised as some of the finest malting barley regions of the world. Cooper's Australian beers are simple to brew, producing great beer every time. Brew Enhancer 2 or 1Kg of additional sugar required.
How can I increase the alcohol in my beer?
What is extract brewing?
Do I need anything else to make the beer kits?
How long does the beer take to make?
My starting gravity seems lower than expected?
What temperature should I ferment at?
My husband is a fan of Old Speckled Hen ale and I see you have an ingredients kit. I was wondering what brew kit I would need to accompany it. We're home brew virgins so any help would be appreciated!
i have followed the instructions to the letter and have been very careful to purify and cleanse all equipement but my bitter is cloudy when i pour it from the barrell, what should i do?
how can i decrease the alcohol content of my beer kit?
will my beer ferment quicker if i make it with less sugar?
Is there a simple formula for determining alcohol content ?
What is dry hopping?
How long does the beer keep?
Does Household sugar make weaker beer than using dextrose or malt extract?
Is my tap water okay to use?
How do I know my beer is fermenting?
If I am bottling my lager into 500ml bottles how much sediment is produced in them?
How can I make a beer kit of 5% abv down to 4% abv.

Need to know - Delivery

Bookmark and Share

Please enter your postcode at the checkout to ensure that we charge the correct amount towards postage and packing.

We aim to despatch all orders within 24 hours, by our dedicated team of packers, and sent by courier on a 24 hour service. All orders are packed with care using air bags and bubble wrap where appropriate. In the unfortunate event that your order is damaged during transit we will replace all damaged items without quibble, including glass items, just send us a photo of the damaged items within 3 days of recieving delivery.

Please note that we only process orders Monday - Friday and therefore bank holidays can cause slight delays in despatch so please be patient at these times. There can also be a slight delay during extremely busy periods especially in the run up to Christmas but most orders will be despatched within a few days.

 A signature is required for delivery and the courier will not leave your parcel unless it has been signed for. If you are not in an advice card will be left and your parcel will be taken to your local post office or depot.  An alternative, work, address can be entered at the checkout. Use this function for sending your parcel as a present.  Please contact us if you wish to send your goods as a present and we will be happy to include a personal message in the contents.  This will not delay your order.

We cannot accept orders to BFPO addresses.

Delivery Costs

UK Costs for orders under £65

 

  Up to 500g sent Royal Mail 1st Class 501 - 1kg Sent Royal Mail First Class

1kg - 1.5kg Sent Royal Mail 1st Class

Over 1.5kg to 30kg Sent Parcel Force

 

Zone 1 - UK Mainland (all postcodes not mentioned in zone 2 and 3)

 

 

£2.99

 

 

£3.99

 

 

£4.99

 

£5.99 (24 hr) (Free non priority despatch option on orders over £65*)

£30 for Saturday delivery.



£11.99 (48 HR)

 

Zone 1 - Isle of Wight

 

 

£2.99

 

 

£3.99

 

 

£4.99

 

Zone 2 - Postcodes beginning with IV, HS, KA27-28, KW, PA20-49, PA60-78, PH17-26, PH30-44, PH49-50, ZE

 

£2.99

 

£3.99

 

£4.99

 

£13.99 (48 HR)

Zone 3 - Postcodes beginning with BT, IM, TR21,22,23,24,25

£2.99 £3.99 £4.99 £16.50 (48HR)

 UK Costs for orders over £65

 

  Up to 500g sent Royal Mail 1st Class 501 - 1kg Sent Royal Mail First Class

1kg - 1.5kg Sent Royal Mail 1st Class

Over 1.5kg to 30kg Sent Parcel Force

 

Zone 1 - UK Mainland (all postcodes not mentioned in zone 2 and 3)

 

 

FREE

 

 

FREE

 

 

FREE

 

1st 30kg Free .

Additional 30kg £5.99 but free with each additional £65 spend

 £30 for Saturday delivery.



1st 30kg £6.00 - £11.99/additional 30kg

 

Zone 1 - Isle of Wight

 

 

FREE

 

 

FREE

 

 

FREE

 

Zone 2 - Postcodes beginning with IV, HS, KA27-28, KW, PA20-49, PA60-78, PH17-26, PH30-44, PH49-50, ZE

 

FREE

 

FREE

 

FREE

 

1st 30kg £8.00 - £13.99/additional 30kg

Zone 3 - Postcodes beginning with BT, IM, TR21,22,23,24,25

FREE FREE FREE 1st 30kg £10.00 - £16.50/additional 30kg



Europe
  Order up to £65 Orders over £65
Country Up to 1kg 1kg - 30kg  Per Subsequent 30kg Up to 1kg 1kg - 30kg Per Subsequent 30kg
Channel Islands As UK £10.00 £10.00 £1.5 £4.00 £10.00
Ireland (Republic of) £7.5 £14.00 £14.00 £1.5 £8.00 £14.00
Belgium and Luxembourg £7.5 £14.00  £14.00 £1.5 £8.00 £14.00
Netherlands £7.5 £14.00 £14.00 £1.5  £8.00 £14.00
France £7.5 £16.50 £16.50 £1.5 £10.50 £16.50
Denmark £7.5 £16.50 £16.50   £1.5 £10.50 £16.50
Germany £7.5 £14.50 £14.50 £1.5 £8.50 £14.50
Italy £7.5 £23.50 £23.50 £1.5 £17.50 £23.50
Spain £7.5 £27.50 £27.50 £1.5 £21.50 £27.50
Portugal £7.5 £27.50 £27.50 £1.5 £21.50 £27.50
Greece £7.5 £28.00 £28.00 £1.5 £22 £28.00

Austria/Czech Republic/Finland/Hungary

Lithunia/Norway/Poland/San Morino/Sweden

Slovakia/Slovenia/Switzerland

Estonia

£7.5 £31.50 £31.50 £1.5 £25.50 £31.50
Latvia £7.5 £31.50 £31.50 £1.5 £25.50 £31.50
Turkey £7.5 £31.50 £31.50 £1.5 £25.50 £31.50
Croatia £7.5 £31.50 £31.50 £1.5 £25.50 £31.50
Malta £7.5 £64.00 £31.50 £1.5 £58.00 £31.50

Reviews

Write Your Own Review

You're reviewing: Coopers Australian Pale Ale 40 Pts

How do you rate this product? *

  1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars 5 stars
Rating

Customer Reviews

  • Rating
    Nice AND Cheap
    Review by Simonon 29/11/2016
    Brewed this adding 25g of citra pellets towards the end. Makes a really nice easy drinking beer. Would highly recommend.
  • Rating
    Simply the best kit base malt!
    Review by Alexon 08/07/2016
    I once brewed this by the standard recipe using the brew enhancer kit 2 and I didn't think that much of it. After that I made countless moderations to it by boiling some hops for about 10 minutes and then added that liquid to the FV or dry hopping for a few days after fermentation. Sometimes doing both So simple but yet so incredibly effective! A great way to try out different hops with this simple pale ale recipe.
  • Rating
    Not quite there
    Review by Michaelon 07/07/2016
    I used the enhancer kit 2 and made a reasonable brew. Not really close to the commercial product - I would recommend dry hopping with cascade to up the taste
  • Rating
    Good for tweaking
    Review by fuddled foxon 19/07/2015
    Great pale ale for adding some extra hops. Make a hop tea by boiling some of your favourite hops (20 to 30gms) for 5-10 mins in the water your add to this for added flavour and aroma. Also try dry hopping for a few days with the same amount after fermentation has died down after 3-5 days.
    Ok but slightly bland beer on its own very good with added hops.
  • Rating
    A drinkable brew that isnt too strong
    Review by kevinon 19/05/2015
    This was my first attempt at a kit to make a lighter ale. In my mind I thought this would be more challenging to get right and be drinkable (thinking back to days making beer at uni) but I was totally wrong. The kit was really easy to make (I used the coopers brew enhancer not sugar) and produced a very drinkable ale which suited a number of occasions including a BBQ on a summers day. The beer seemed to last quite well in the pressure barrel although I did find it a little lively to pour ( I wonder if I put in the barrel a little prematurely). I also found this a great way in introduce my mates to an ale without them feeling like they were moving too far away from their lager 'safety blanket'.
  • Rating
    Good first brew
    Review by Ianon 22/10/2014
    This was my first brew that came with the equipment I purchased. Nice, light and fruity. I brewed with DME and primed with dextrose which made it come out not too fizzy. I really liked that.
  • Rating
    Very Refreshing!
    Review by Mark Non 09/09/2013
    My first brew since (re)starting this hobby earlier this year (after a 30 year break).
    I'm seriously impressed by the improvement in the quality and results of the kits that you can get these days.
    Have brewed the APA twice - once with granulated sugar and once with dextrose (I couldn't detect a significant difference). Lovely result which quickly cleared and very refreshing over these last summer months.
    Has a slight "home brew aftertaste", hence I'm trying a range of kits over the coming months to see how they all stand up.
  • Rating
    Fantastic summer ale
    Review by Andrewon 17/07/2013
    Nice and light and with a slight tang. Brewed using just dextrose, bottled and left 4 weeks. Might try a light spray malt next time to see if it improves but will definitely be brewing this one again. Got 20 bottles tucked away in the garage, going to try to leave them alone until at least Sept to see if it gets any better.
  • Rating
    Great fruity pale ale
    Review by Ataon 21/04/2013
    Brewed with 1kg of light dried malt extract, made a hop tea with 25g Cascade 25 g Amarillo, in a couple of litres of water just taken off the boil and allowed it to steep for 30 mins. Topped up to the 21litre mark. I used US-05 yeast.

    The result: Lovely fruity pale ale. Similar to an American Pale Ale. Will do it again.
  • Rating
    Great for lager pioneers.
    Review by El Gordoon 07/04/2013
    I have spent 20 years brewing at home and can conclude that this kit, with 1kg spraymalt or even 1kg brew enhancer will tame the temper of 'lager boys' and show them what ale is all about.

    The included yeast is also brilliant.

    This really only shines when bottled and aged for 10+ weeks. (serve chilled)

    I adore Coopers kits and always advice new brewers to 'go coopers'.

    Highly recommended.
  • Rating
    My Favorite beer
    Review by Jameson 06/08/2012
    Used to brew this when I was in Australia, so glad I can get it over here. Its a great beer, easy to make and tastes lovely. Only problem I have is all my friends like it and come over and drink all mine! Just means I have to make more :)
  • Rating
    Better than the Draught in Oz
    Review by Keithon 11/07/2012
    I brew this as a Real Ale in a bottle. Having had many Schooners of this in various parts of Oz, I can say that mine has basically the same taste. I think mine is better as it is served as a real ale. In Oz it is served under pressure from an unpasteurised keg and tends to be a little cloudy and very slightly more bitter. Their bottled version I do not like.
    I have been told that the water where it is originally brewed is hard and a little chalky. Bingo! in Basingstoke - ditto. One of my friends brews this for Summer only, preferring the Coopers IPA in the Winter, but I like this so much that it is one of three beers I brew all year round.
  • Rating
    excellent beer kit
    Review by Rogeron 28/01/2012
    easy to make very easy to drink
  • Rating
    Great Beer!
    Review by Lewison 18/07/2011
    this is a great home brew kit. im drinking it right now. it tastes just like proper great beer. it has floral notes and ofcourse its nice and hoppy. very refreshing when chilled and is equally enjoyable at room temperature. leave it in the bottles for atleast 2 weeks but the longer you can leave it the better
  • Rating
    Coopers APA
    Review by AndyM1lleron 05/07/2011
    My and me Brucie mate's have ad more than our Bonza share of this here Drongtastic beer in our glass tinnies, luckily our Sheila's prefer their Non alcoholic Ginger Ale so we're more than happy to sink a few in the Beer Shed without listening to that yapping !

    Brewed with 250g more brewmaking sugar & S-33 yeast, best outta millions of brews Dingbats
  • Rating
    light and fruity
    Review by Stupoton 22/01/2010
    Loved this stuff for a long time, never tried brewing it myself though. Its close to the real thing, but lovely in its own right too. Followed instructions to the letter and used Coopers BE2. Although I'm drinking in January, I'm saving a good few bottles for those summer bbq's. Bonza!