Murphy's Irish Stout is a dry stout that has been brewed in County Cork since 1856 according to the original Murphy's brewery recipe. The beer has hints of caramel and malt on its taste. The taste can be described as "a distant relative of chocolate milk." The similarity to milk is noted for its viscosity. Stout is served «black like a strong cappuccino» with an inch of froth on top. This "hat" is praised for its thickness and "creaminess".
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