Coopers

Coopers

In 1862 Thomas Cooper, a Yorkshire emigrate to South Australia, brewed a restorative beverage for his ailing wife. This brew, Coopers Sparkling Ale, quickly became so popular that he was able to open a small brewery close to Adelaide. The beer’s reputation spread and Coopers ales are now known the world over. 

Today they remain a fiercely independent family brewer and are the only major Australian brewery still owned by Australians. Bottle conditioned, they add no preservatives or additives and have just built a new eco-friendly brewery in Adelaide.

Coopers History