The Murphy Brewery celebrates 154 years of brewing from 1856 to 2010 going from strength to strength; the now legendary stout is sold in over 40 countries and is recognised worldwide as superior stout. We hope James J. would be proud

Founded in 1856 by James J. Murphy and hsi 4 brothers; the original name of the brewery was The Lady’s Well Brewery. The brewery foundation was built next to a water well that frequented by locals and blessed by members of the local church. It quickly became one of the largests breweries in Ireland.

Murpshy’s Red

ABV: 5.0%
Category: Imports
Food Pairing: Meat (Pork, Poultry)
Seasonal Availability: Year Round
Beverage Type: Irish Red Ale

Well balanced and full-bodied, with hints of malt and caramel, this truly refreshing red beer has a unique speciality beer flavor.

Murphy’s Stout

ABV: 4
Calories: 150
Category: Imports
Food Pairing: Rich beef, lamb
Brewery: 12.5
Seasonal Availability: 145
Beverage Type: Irish Dry Stout

Murphy’s Draught (4% ABV) has a lot in common with Irish Ales and Creamy Bitters, giving it wider appeal than just stout drinkers. Murphy’s is well known and loved for being a smoother, more mellow, creamy tasting stout which has strong appeal among repertoire drinkers.

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