Coopers Dry Can 375mL | Thirsty Camel

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Coopers Dry delivers on the promise of a refreshing, low-carb, fine-filtered beer. It has been produced from Coopers own maltings facility as the foundation for the brew, resulting in a smooth and delicate mouthfeel. It has a refreshing citrus taste of lime and lemon, combined with subtle floral aroma notes. The low malt sweetness and modest bitterness allows this beer to be paired with a wide range of foods, to be enjoyed in the company of discerning drinkers all year round.

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