I am not sure if the beer is called copper because of the color or metallic flavors.
The beer did pour a copper color but with little head to talk about.
The aroma was floral and hoppy but with underlying notes of sweetness in the background.
I found the aroma of the beer mirrored the taste very well. There were some amber ale like caramel and toffee flavors which contrasted well with the grassy hops.
But - there was this metal flavor in the examples I tried which from the name could be intentional? It really did not detract too much from the beer. It just tasted to me like someone dropped a few hundred pennies into the brew as the batch was fermenting.
In addition, carbonation was light with the beer having a more watery texture.
For what it is, this is decent beer. Besides the metal flavor, the Copper Ale is a one dimensional beer and not complex. What you smell is what you get.