Coopers Original Pale Ale (750ml Bottle)
With its fruity character, and robust flavour, Coopers Pale Ale is perfect for every occasion. Naturally fermented in the 'Burton-on-Trent' style, a secondary fermentation creates the trademark sediment that gives 'Pale' its fine cloudy appearance. This cloudy residue can be stirred through the beer by tipping or rolling the bottle before drinking.
A pale ale that’s actually pale in color. Almost cloudy golden yellow because there is a lot of sediment mixed in and floating around. Has a 1 inch head on the pour, but loses it before you can drink it. Smells like yeast, mild malt and wood chips. Flavor is hoppy, and has a good bite like good ole pale lagers of the Americas. Musty, dirty finish.
Golden Ale/Blond Ale
There are a few different types of blond ale. The first is the traditional "Canadian Ale", an adjunct-laden, macrobrewed, top-fermented equivalent of the American Standard. The second is common in US brewpubs - a light starter ale, with marginally more hop and body than a macrobrew, fewer adjuncts, but still not a flavourful beer by any means. The British interpretation is easily the boldest, hoppiest blond ale rendition. Some of these can almost be considered American Pales they are so hopped up - very crisp, refreshing, with relatively low alcohol compared with their North American counterparts.