WHAT OTHER CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING
this may have been outstanding before all these IPAs, New England IPAs, Pacific IPAs, XPAs ad infinitum flooded the market, but the fact is Coopers should have released this 10 years ago. Nothing bad or disappointing, don't get me wrong, but, at least not nowadays, not a real surprise either.
I really prefer their Green and even Red over the purple. Its a nice try but nothing out standing.
My everyday drinking beer is Coopers Pale so when this was announced I was very keen to try it and I was not disappointed. Coopers have always managed to find a balanced flavour that can make your taste-buds sing and want more and they have done it again with this XPA. It is full of body with a great nose with a rich amber hue. It smelt fantastic and the taste was divine! I will be curious to try this in bottle form or on tap, as I find with most Coopers, the glass really lends itself to the taste. But honestly if you like Coopers you will not be disappointed with this. It has made me think; will this be my new go to beer? Quite possibly!