Brewed by Heineken Ireland
Style: Dry Stout
Cork, Ireland


on tap

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RATINGS: 1901   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.3/5   EST. CALORIES: 120   ABV: 4%
Pasteurised in cans and kegs, with nitrogen. As of late 2012, the 4.3% bottled version had been discontinued.
Has also been brewed in the UK under contract at InBev Magor and latterly at Heineken’s John Smith’s site in Tadcaster plant and at Monteiths in New Zealand.
Ingredients: Pale and chocolate malts; roasted barley; Target hops.

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   AROMA 7/10   APPEARANCE 5/5   TASTE 8/10   PALATE 4/5   OVERALL 17/20
meshleman (30) - Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 4, 2013
A near twin to Guinness Draught. Slightly less head and slightly smoother. Overall a good pour.

martjoobolut (5123) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - NOV 21, 2017
Can, multiple times. Pours dark brown. Aroma is roast, malt, coffe. Flavor is bitter, roast, malt, coffee, some sweetness in the background. Body is watery. Overall: drinkable.

kapusil (1507) - Budapest, HUNGARY - NOV 16, 2017
UPDATED: NOV 16, 2017 On a nitro keg. Black body with a creamy beige head. Strong roasted malt and coffee character with notes of sour cherry, chocolate and cream. Medium body with a creamy texture. Great stout.

Demens (489) - Budapest, HUNGARY - OCT 29, 2017
0,5l can. Very dark, black colour with ever lasting creamy beige head. Beutiful. Aroma: Caramel, roasted coffee beans, sweet chedar notes. Taste: Has a very malty, roasted start with a light bitter mouthfeel. Medium body with no carbonation at all. Medium lasting soft and pleasent bitter finish. Feels a bit weak becouse of the lack of carbonation, but tasty and a good drink.

Bill Becker (1809) - Casper, Wyoming, USA - OCT 18, 2017
From Dec 2006 Poured from 16oz can(nitro) avery dark brown with reddish hues and a large head of foam. The smell is very light but I can sense some roasted malt. The taste has some nice roastiness to it with a touch of sweetness. The finish has a semi bitter taste to it that is quite pleasant. Good sessionable Irish Dry Stout and I like it a lot...I could drink it all day. ;^)

Tony_Grayne (421) - Minsk, BELARUS - OCT 7, 2017
500 ml can with a nitrogen widget. Pours jet black colour with thickest heavy creamy beige head. Massive overwhelming lacing in the glass. Nitrogen does wonders. The aroma was strong bitter coffee, bitter chocolate, roasted barley malts. The taste was like drinking fizzy cold strong bitter coffee mixed with a hop bite lurking on the back end. Silky texture and dry finish. Nice solid macro. But I'm neither a coffee fan nor a stout guy.

beergearbox (98) - London, Ontario, CANADA - OCT 4, 2017
Can. Happy birthday to you And many to be, With friends that are true As you are to me!

mmmeinike (304) - Odense, DENMARK - OCT 3, 2017
Black with a tan head. Some chocolate and roasted malt aroma. Taste is sweet with caramel and coffee notes.

mithe (1876) - Opava & Brno, CZECH REPUBLIC - SEP 26, 2017
(can 0,44l from Candy store (Brno)) Can with nitrogen.
Aroma: Roasty, licorice, light smoke notes.
Appearance: Black color. All time, creamy, light brown head.
Taste: Light sweet, roasty, light chocolate.
Palate: Light body. Long, light astringent finish.
Overall: Ok. Light in taste and body.

biilz (211) - SPAIN - SEP 11, 2017
Легенда из Ирландии. Murphys имеет достаточно жженый вкус со слабым копченым послевкусием. Пиво очень плотное, не питкое.

Desverger (13004) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - SEP 7, 2017
[email protected]'s Irish Pub, Copenhagen Airport - black pour with large creamy beige head. Sweet and lifght roasted malty, with notes of chocolate, caramel, some coffee, medium body, creamy mouthfeel, sweet roasted finish.

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