Beer Analysis – Coopers 62 Pilsner

Beer Review – Coopers 62 Pilsner

Coopers 62 PilsnerName: 62

Brand: Coopers

Brewer: Coopers

Type: Lager

Style: Pilsner

Region:  South Australia

Alcohol/vol: 5%

Volume: 355ml

Brewers Description: Coopers 62 is based on the classic  Pilsner, with a light golden colour and thick foam. It has the distinctive Saaz flavour one should expect from a good pilsner and also uses Hersbrucker Hops. Added to this, Coopers 62 displays a delicious combination of Malt, that gives it a pleasant, lasting sweetness.

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1 Justin March 25, 2010 at 2:08 pm

Coming from the Coopers Family, Coopers 62 was an unexpected brew, it is obvious that their forte is in Ales. Pilsner 62 has an initial rich flavour of Saaz hops and malt with a refreshing bitterness that turns into an after-taste that is so crisp there is no flavour, and the head and lacing are a dissapointment.
Coopers 62 is a great beer for those that like thier lagers in nice bottles with little flavour. Coopers 62 is obviously Coopers belated answer to CUB’s Crown Lager, but between those two Coopers 62 Pilsner wins.

2 Cam April 16, 2010 at 3:54 am

Coopers 62 Pilsner had a lighter golden colour with little fizz and weak head.
It had a faint aroma which was malty with a crisp taste without any strong flavours. Nice and easy to drink and not unpleasant, it just doesn’t exite the taste buds.

3 steve April 16, 2010 at 4:01 am

Coopers 62 looks like a pale urine, with little head and fizz.
It has aromatic hints of berries and beer.
It has a fizzy enjoyable fun flavour in the mouth. Sweetness levels well balanced with bitterness.
A good Session beer. It would be good with a parma or a steak.

4 jb August 9, 2010 at 8:04 am

volume is actually 355ml

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