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Brasserie Murphy
Leitrim Street
Tél : +353.21.450.3371

Fondation 1856
Brasseur(s) James J. Murphy
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Murphy Brewery was founded in 1856 by Jeremiah James Murphy's sons. The name of the company at this time was James J. Murphy & Co. It was James J. Murphy, the eldest brother, who led the company for its first 40 years. The brewery enjoyed great success during this period reaching a capacity of 100,000 barrels and opening its first export market, the U.K. Francis J. Murphy succeeded James J. as chairman of the company following his death in 1897. Following the death of Francis J., three of James J.'s sons in succession - Charles Eustace, Albert St. John and finally Fitzjames - led the company. This generation continued the Murphy family tradition as key figures in Cork. On the death of Fitzjames in 1946, his son John Fitzjames was recalled from service with the British army. At this time he held the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and was affectionately known in the brewery and in Cork at large as the Colonel. He served as a company director until becoming company chairman in 1958. He held this position until 1971 whereupon he was appointed Honorary Life President of Murphy Brewery Limited. A position he held until his death in 1980. The Colonel, grandson of James J. Murphy, was the last direct descendant to hold office at the brewery

La Brasserie Murphy produit les 2 bières suivantes :

Murphy's Irish Red
Murphy's Irish Stout

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