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17a, Mikhalivska str.
180 days left till St. Patrick's Day
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  1. Hover your mouse on a table (you will see table number and sits amount)
  2. Call us: +380 (44) 279-15-84
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Merphy's

0.5 L 135uah
 
0.25 L 75uah
 

Murphy's Irish Stout is a dry stout brewed in County Cork according to the original recipe by Murphy's Brewery since 1856.

In comparison to its heavier and more bitter chief competitors, Guinness and Beamish, Murphy's is a lighter and sweeter dry stout. Its flavour is evocative of caramel and malt, and is described as "a distant relative of chocolate milk". The resemblance to milk extends beyond flavour to texture; Murphy's is free from any hint of carbonation, and is delivered "black as strong cappuccino" with an inch of foam – "the head" – on top. The head, in particular, is lauded for its remarkably thick and creamy nature and its "spoonable" density.

 After years as a mostly local beer, the acquisition of the brewery by Heineken - with a consequent expansion in distribution - exposed Murphy's to the international drinking community. A series of television adverts exposed the Murphy brand of stout to a larger world-wide audience, voice overs by actor Tony Clarkin. As the fastest growing stout in the world, Murphy's is available in 70 countries worldwide. Critical reception of the beverage outside its native land has been generally positive. As an example, the '"Beer Bites" column of The Daily Orange granted it "three and a half out of four mugs". Commentators have noted the more intense, darker and heartier flavoured nature of Murphy's as a significant distinction over American beers.