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I began brewing beer in 1969 using Blue Ribbon Hop Flavored Malt Syrup, which was sold in A&P grocery stores for many years. But the only yeast available was Flichmans for baking bread. But a friend who worked at the Enzyme Institute of the UW-Madison had obtained a bootleg sample of Budweiser beer yeast, which he gave me. And I made great beer for decades until hop flavored malt syrup was hard to find, and boiling my own hops did not work as well for me.
So I am glad for Coopers and their various hop flavored malt syrups.
Jim B from Madison WI
This is a very easy to make, light drinkable beer. You can control the alcohol level by the amount of sugars you add and I like to use Citra hops at the end of the fermentation to give it a nice character.
Really like this can of prehopped malt for a nice light refreshing beer. I make 6 gallons with 2 lbs of extra light dry malt. Just the taste I want.
First had Coopers in Australia in a bottle and enjoyed it. Not excited about paying $12 for a 6 pack a Bevmo. But the extract Coopers with any of the Kveik yeasts and minimal additional DME make a great, drinkable brew...for a fraction of the cost and time of any alternative. In the 6 months that I have been making this, I have bought precisely 1 (and it was a disappointment) beer that I did not make.
A good smooth ale. Brewed with 3.3 lbs Briess Golden Light Malt Extract Syrup. You get some hop bitterness, but not a hop bomb like American Craft beers. I prefer a more balanced beer like this one. Will definitely brew again. The Coopers hopped malt extracts seem to have a bit more hop character than the Muntons hopped malt extracts. I like them both though.