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Rebelling can be a good thing

03-09-2012

With St Pat's just around the corner, we are ecstatic to be partnered up with a "true" Irish Stout in Murphy's. This brand is the fastest growing Stout in the World and with your first sip, you'll know why.
Murphy's light and creamy texture, along with a roasted malt flavor, make this brand a beautifully satisfying experience. It's 4.1% ABV also allows Irish Stout fans to embrace the experience a little more than with other beers with a much higher alcohol content, within reason, of course.
Murphy's is gathering the "next" generation of Stout fans by storm.
You will be able to enjoy Murphy's in over 20 pubs and taverns this St Patrick's Day holiday, in the greater Grand Rapids Market. Our crew will be making the rounds and sharing Irish Cheer. If they see you, you might even get some cool gear out of the deal.
We are proud to have this "gem' in our portfolio and proud to drink and support the "Rebel Stout"!

Why is Murphy's called the "Rebel Stout"?

Murphy’s is brewed in County Cork. This county is referred to as "The Rebel County". This name has 15th Century origins, however from the 20th century the name has been more commonly attributed to the prominent role Cork played in the Irish War of Independence (1919–1921) when it was the scene of considerable fighting; in addition, it was an anti-treaty stronghold during the Irish Civil War (1922–23).

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