Murphy’s, a small family-owned brewery making traditional Irish stout, was established in 1856 in Cork, Ireland, by James Jeremiah Murphy.
For many years, Murphy’s was a well-kept local secret, enjoyed solely by Cork men and women. Since the Heineken Company purchased Murphy’s Brewery in 1983, beer-lovers in over 70 countries can enjoy this excellent Irish stout.
After it gained a strong following outside of Cork, Murphy’s became an Irish icon and a leading international beer brand. Murphy’s is known for its black, amber-like color, its sweetness, delicate bitterness, and notes of espresso, cocoa, and caramel. Compared to other stouts, it is exceptionally refined and has smooth, creamy texture.
Murphy’s is made with toasted malt and contains 4% alcohol. Murphy’s cans are designed with a unique patent that releases tiny nitrogen bubbles at the moment of opening, contributing to the density of the beer and creating a thick foamy head, just as if the beer was poured by a trained bartender.
Murphy’s is made with natural ingredients and without food coloring and preservatives.
WARNING: Contains alcohol - it is recommended to avoid excessive drinking