Warm your rebel heart this Christmas with a pint of Murphy’s Nollaig Brew – a limited edition 4% ABV seasonal stout with a hint of cinnamon. Available during November and December in a number of Cork pubs, it is the perfect way to unwind during the Festive Season.

The seasonally flavoured brew is a ‘once-off’ variation of the classic Murphy’s stout, keeping the characteristically smooth Murphy’s flavour of coffee and toffee, but adding a seasonal hint of cinnamon.

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Kitty O’Byrne’s Turf Sauce is a savory Irish stout sauce, containing, yes you’ve guessed it, Murphy’s! It is a versatile condiment that works as a table sauce, baste, marinade, pouring and dipping sauce. It also makes a wonderful flavour enhancer and will add amazing flavour to just about anything you can cook.

Turf Sauce combines Murphy’s Irish Stout, tomatoes and spice for a sweet and tangy flavour with no added salt, oil, additives or preservatives.

Turf Sauce is perfect for pulled pork,…


In March 2014, Murphy’s & Beamish became ‘Proud Partner’ of the Cork Senior GAA Teams. At thelaunch the Brand Team were delighted to welcome the coaches of the Cork GAA Teams (Brian Cuthbert, Jimmy Barry-Murphy), Captains (Pat Horgan, Michael Shields), and Committee members (Frank Murphy, Bob Ryan), to name a few.

The relationship between the two stouts and Cork GAA initially goes back as far as 1891, when Murphy’s founder James J Murphy donated a fifty guinea cup to the Cork…


The Murphy’s ‘When it Rains it Pours’ app is back once again for all to enjoy. If you live in Cork then you’re lucky, and if you live in cork and have downloaded the app well then you’re very lucky. Why you ask? well the Murphy’s When it Rains it Pours app releases free pints of Murphy’s every time it rains anywhere in Cork or when it’s raining points when the Cork Senior GAA are playing.

Not only can you win a…

Cork’s first ever Brew Fest was hosted in Thompson’s Bakery on MacCurtain Street, Cork over the April Bank Holiday weekend. The Cork Brew Fest is a celebration of the rich brewing tradition in Cork and as you would expect Murphy’s & Beamish was well represented along with a host of other local beer producers.

Over the four days over 3500 people attended the event enjoying a selection of Cork’s finest brews complimented by music, food and a load of…