Murphy's Irish Red

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The Murphy's Irish Red is a/an irish ale produced by Murphy's from Ireland with cool fermenting and comes with an alcohol content of 5%. Drinks&Co users rate this beer with 2,7 out of 5 points.
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The Murphy's Irish Red is one of the most famous Irish red ales in the world. Murphy's brewed the beer in order to offer a new Irish alternative. The red ale stands out through its finesse and subtlety, as well as its caramelised and soft taste.

Technical sheet · Murphy's Irish Red

Category:Beer
Producer: Murphy's
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 5%
Fermentation: Cool Fermenting
Type Of Beer: Irish Ale
Country: Ireland

Description · Murphy's

Murphy's Irish Red

TASTING NOTES:

  • View: dark brown amber color. Foam not abundant, creamy and persistent.
  • Aroma: hops and roasted malt with a touch of caramel.
  • Palate: Light body, watery. Soft, fruity.

ALCOHOLIC: 5% Vol

Murphy's

Murphy’s Brewery was a brewery founded in Cork, Ireland in 1856. It was known as Lady’s Well Brewery until it was purchased by Heineken International in 1983, when the name changed to Murphy Brewery Ireland Ltd. The name of the brewery was recently changed to Heineken Brewery Ireland, Ltd. The...

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Posted on at 16.02

4/5

Murphy's Irish Red

Beer Murphy's Irish Red is brewed using a recipe dating back to 1856, this is a beer that offers a beautiful dress topped with a copper collar foam and ivory tinged flavor roasted malts. On the palate, light and pleasant gasification enhances dry flavor that balances the bitterness of the hops and malt sweetness. Back, bitterness takes over, tinged by critics hop accents. This is the Heineken Brewery which saved the brewery founded by Kames J. Murphy in Cork in 1856 This indeed suffered from competition and the success of Guinness founded three years earlier.

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Posted on at 11.28

2.5 /5

There is a huge difference between being able to taste this beer in a pint, served straight from barrel, taking it in crystal form. From my perspective, bottled loses almost all the intensity that wins in painting, with an aftertaste that has nothing to do with a beer to another.

Posted on at 23.07

1.5 /5

¡Blergh!

Metallic aftertaste, pleasant. Or I played a bad bottle, this beer or have a problem.

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