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Svyturys Old Port Ale is a Scottish ale that has a copper color
Svyturys Old Port Ale is a Scottish ale that has a copper color
Finished bottles of Otter Creek Brewing's copper ale
Finished bottles of Otter Creek Brewing's copper ale

Copper ale is a style of ale known in part for its copper color.[1]

Some varieties of copper ale may be produced to have a bitter flavor,[2] such as that of a bitter. Beer brewed with dark malt may contribute to a copper-colored beer.[3]


Copper ale is the flagship beer of Otter Creek Brewing, a craft brewery located in Middlebury, Vermont.[4] It is also produced by other U.S. companies, such as Boulder Beer Company in Boulder, Colorado.[1][5]

In Australia, the James Squire brand of copper ale named The Constable Copper Ale is produced.[6] James Squire products are brewed by the Malt Shovel Brewery in Sydney, Australia. It is also produced by Alosta Brewing Company in Covina, California, in collaboration with the band +LĪVE+ to celebrate their 8x platinum album Throwing Copper.

See also


  1. ^ a b Grove, Jake (July 1, 2011). "On Tap: Singletrack Copper Ale from Boulder Beer". The Anderson Independent-Mail. Retrieved 18 January 2014.
  2. ^ Boulton, Christopher; Quain, David (2013). Brewing Yeast and Fermentation. John Wiley & Sons. p. 33. ISBN 978-1118685341.
  3. ^ Perozzi, Christina; Beaune, Hallie (2009). The Naked Pint: An Unadulterated Guide to Craft Beer. Penguin. p. 76. ISBN 978-1101149225.
  4. ^ Szamatulski, Tess; Szamatulski, Mark (2010). CloneBrews, 2nd Edition: Recipes for 200 Commercial Beers. Storey Publishing. p. 148. ISBN 978-1603422802.
  5. ^ DeBenedetti, Christian (2011). The Great American Ale Trail. Running Press. pp. 113. ISBN 978-0762444762.
  6. ^ "The Shout". October 25, 2013. Archived from the original on 1 February 2014. Retrieved 18 January 2014.

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