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New coffee outlet and ale house open at Sydney Airport

Sydney Airport has unveiled a new Hudsons Coffee and Coopers Alehouse in T1 International Arrivals.

Located in the arrivals side of the newly refreshed food and beverage offering at T1, the new Hudsons Coffee outlet will serve the award winning Premium Blend as well as a selection of healthy and tasty food and drink options.

While Coopers Alehouse is a global, award-winning food and beverage concept and is the second outlet to launch at Sydney Airport, having experienced great success at T2.

The bespoke bar will feature the full range of Coopers brews, together with an assortment of local and imported beers, fine wines and pre-mixed drinks.

Both new additions have been introduced by Emirates Leisure Retail Australia (ELRA), which now boasts 28 outlets across every major Australian airport.

Glyn Williams, Sydney Airport's general manager, retail, said: “We are committed to providing unique food and beverage experiences to our customers and we’re delighted to announce two new vibrant offerings at the refreshed T1 Arrivals.

"Both venues will offer a comfortable and contemporary setting for visitors and international travellers when they arrive in Sydney.

"We’re confident the refreshed offering will further enhance the overall experience at Sydney Airport.”

Andrew Day, Group CEO and chairman of ELRA, added: “We are delighted to expand our relationship with Sydney Airport.

"With the opening of Hudsons Coffee and Coopers Alehouse, ERLA will continue to support the airport and strive to delight our customers by delivering world-class standards in all that we do.”

Hudsons Coffee and Coopers Alehouse are now open and located at T1 arrivals, with trading hours from 5am to 10pm daily.

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