Which is the best place to hangout with friends in Bangalore you ask? We are a bit modest to agree that “WE” are, so here is a little insight on what makes Murphy’s Microbrewery one of the best place to hangout with friends.
An individual’s choice of beer depends on the time and place. The beer, which can satisfy you on a hot summer afternoon, preferably won’t do much good during a cold winter evening. The last beer you grab for the day won’t actually be the one you started with.
Our range of fine crafted beers suited for different occasions will ensure that you let yourself go and indulge in some quality “friends” time.
Paddy’s Poison is a drink thatsoothes the mind and body of every individual. This refreshing golden ale beer with its crisp and honey pinch will surely entice your mind. Be it a business lunch or a lazy summer afternoon, Paddy’s poison will surely get you going. This beer will stir up the afternoon conversations and make you float on an island of fun.
Holly sally, the princess is mostly preferred on a hot summer evening. Inarguably, the majestic queen of beers will set your mood straight and provides the attention you deserve. She can tingle your taste buds with her saucy blend of spices. Her blend of cinnamon, coriander and black pepper will make your tongue go wild and make you dance to her tunes.
He’s quite a gentleman back in Ireland, with his creamy rich texture combined with a delicate balance of flavors, he will surely sweep you off your feet, literally. Just like “calm before the storm”, he’s best gulped before the main course (main rounds of drinks that is). He sets the mood for the night and makes you go wild. Be rest assured the gentleman has a dark side which comes out after few rounds.
Darth Vader has nothing on this guy! This mysterious beer hailing from Ireland, which is out to quench your thirst and give you the energy you need for the night. Gulp a few before you hit the dance floor and the moves come in spontaneously. He gets you with his smoky flavors blended with roasted caramel and kiss of chocolate. Black Beard is a certain force to reckon with.
“…Because no great stories started with someone eating a Salad.”
If you know one thing about Ireland, it is that they get their Booze right. Come in to Murphy’s for a taste of authentic Irish brewed beers, and tantalize your taste buds with amazing thin crust pizzas, cooked to perfection. Here, at Murphy’s we provide you 4 different types of freshly brewed beer which guarantees you to provide unique taste and refreshing aroma. These beers promise to quench your thirst in the best possible way and recover you from both physical and mental exertion. Along with beer, Murphy’s also has a delicious traditional bar food menu. Whether it is Braised Chilly fish or Cowboy nachos with sour cream they all are delicious, cooked by our highly skilled chefs who assure you to provide the mouthwatering experience. And we don’t even have to mention our delicate thin crust pizza which has become the talk of the town. Also, with its Buzzy, clubby, trendy ambiance you can kick back, groove to an amazing music, and enjoy the rusted Irish pub-like décor while we make sure that you have the best time, every time!
Located away from hustle of the city, Murphy’s Brew House is the Bangalore’s first Irish Brew house. If you want to enjoy the weather of Bangalore with a Beer and your friends then there is no other place better than Murphy’s. Thus, If you are a bar enthusiast who want to enjoy Hollywood pictured alike Irish bar with live sports screen, laughter and in-house DJ then make sure Murphy’s Brewed house is your first choice.
When tasting a particular beer for the first time, most people just gulp it down, burp and say “it’s awesome” or “its crap”. Even though tasting beer is an individual art, we at Murphy’s Microbrewery in Bangalore will teach you how to taste a beer like a true professional that you are:
Take your time to admire the greatness of a fine crafted beer. Marvel away at its greatness before you gulp it down. Don’t hold the beer to direct sunlight as it will mask its true color. Understand the color, consistency and other variances.
Gently swirl the beer in your glass. This will bring out the aroma, nuances, stimulates and loosens carbonation.
Majority of what you experience in a beer is through sense of smell. Gently sniff your beer, breathe twice through your nose with two sniffs and then sniff it once again with your mouth open.
Now here comes the best part, gently sip your beer and try not to swallow it immediately. Let your taste buds work around and explore the beer. Ensure that you notice how your mouth feels and breathe out during the process. Detect any bitterness, sweetness or salty flavors in your beer. Try to explain what they are or what they resemble.
Mind you! Try tasting a beer when it’s warm. As a chilled beer tend to mask all the flavors. A warm beer will pulse through all the true flavors of a beer and become more distinct.
Interesting game to play with a coin, 2 shot glasses and empty beer cans. As the game progresses, you’ll drink heavily, form new alliances and comrades take your place in the battlefield.
• A table to spin the coin
• Couple of shot glasses
• Lots of beer (cans/bottles/mugs)
This game is usually played on a smooth surface, be it a table or a floor. Players stand around the table in a circular fashion and take turns anticlockwise.
Game Play –
The first player takes the coin and spins it on the table. As the coin is spinning, the player must take the 2 shots of beer in the same hand they spun the coin and then pick up the coin before it stops spinning also with the original hand. Now this is where it gets interesting. After a beer has been finished by a player, he/she can use it as a landmine to smash the spinning coin of another player, causing them to take the 2 shots and start over. The finished can/bottle can be placed anywhere on the table which acts as a landmine (obstruction) to other players. The player must try not to hit the can/bottle while trying to spin their coin.
As the game progresses the landmines increase and this is where your comrades enter to bust you out. When a player gets stuck in their turn, they can ask their fellow comrades to bust them out by taking their turn. But a player gets only one “bust out” and they can drop out only after drinking an entire beer as penalty.
The game ends when the map (table or floor) is filled with empty beer cans and it’s impossible to spin a coin, this is known as a nuclear fallout.
Get playing and start drinking! At Murphy’s microbrewery in Bangalore!
Murphy is an expert at curing hangovers. He’s been there and done that about 365 days every year. Here is Murphy’s list of five (5) best hangover cures:
- Raw eggs: If you have the stomach for it, then a couple of raw eggs for breakfast and then again for lunch would neutralize the alcohol in your system so that you could head for Murphy’s Brewhouse again!
- Water, plenty of it: In fact you can just place your chair, bed, mattress, whatever below the tap itself. If you wake up, just open the tap, take one big swig and go back to sleep.
- Sauna: If you can reach a sauna in time, you can sweat out the beer. Head straight to your watering hole once you start craving for beer again.
- Swim in the Atlantic: If you can find the Atlantic, you can be sure that your hangover is more or less cured. To do the last bit, you can take a dip in the cold water.
- The ultimate Irish hangover cure – This is what has kept Murphy going for years. Keep drinking: If you are still hung-over just retrace your steps to the pub and keep drinking. If you can’t beat the hangover, distill it.
What is Guinness Beer
Guinness is a popular Irish dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness.
How is it made?
Guinness stout is made from water, barley, roast malt extract, hops, and brewer’s yeast. A portion of the barley is roasted to give Guinness its dark colour and characteristic taste. It is pasteurized and filtered. A feature of the product is the burnt flavour that is derived from roasted unmalted barley
The draught beer‘s thick, creamy head comes from mixing the beer with nitrogen when poured.
Blackbeard – the Irish Stout at Murphy’s Brewhouse
Blackbeard is perfectly balanced – dark but not too bitter, thick and creamy but not overly so. It is acclaimed to be the best Stout in the town. Head to Murphy’s when you crave Stout next.
Technically, fewer calories than skimmed milk
Making the product requires knowledge in the sciences of microbiology, mycology, bacteriology, and thermodynamics. Despite its reputation as a “meal in a glass”, Guinness only contains 198 kcal (838 kilojoules) per imperial pint (1460 kJ/l), fewer than skimmed milk or orange juice and most other non-light beers.
Draught Guinness and its canned counterpart contain nitrogen (N2) as well as carbon dioxide. Nitrogen is less soluble than carbon dioxide, which allows the beer to be put under high pressure without making it fizzy. The high pressure of dissolved gas is required to enable very small bubbles to be formed by forcing the draught beer through fine holes in a plate in the tap, which causes the characteristic “surge”
Stout (Guinness) Beer is officially a very dark shade of ruby.
Studies claim that Guinness can be beneficial to the heart. Researchers found that “‘antioxidant compounds’ in the Guinness, similar to those found in certain fruits and vegetables, are responsible for the health benefits because they slow down the deposit of harmful cholesterol on the artery walls.”
Disclaimer: Nothing in this article is intended to be nor should it be construed as a medical advice. This is a light-hearted article.
Beer is a versatile alcoholic beverage that can cater to everyone’s specific needs and tastes. A preference for a certain type of beer may be influenced by factors like the appearance (colour of the beer), aroma (malty, floral or fruity) and taste. While there are some who prefer their beer strong there are others who like it toned down a bit. Also for many the alcohol content influences the beer that they drink.
How is the alcohol content in beer calculated?
The alcohol content in beer is calculated in abv (alcohol by volume). The percentage of alcohol by volume is representative of the amount of ethanol present in 100 mili litres of the beverage. The alcohol content depends on the type of beer.
Lager: A German beer type that relies on low temperature during the fermentation process. Also the used in the production of lager is different from the yeast used in the production of other types of beer. The yeasts used in lager beers tends to bring out crisp, clean and cereal like flavours in beer. Most of the lager beers are on the low alcohol content. Alcohol content- 4% -5 % alcohol by volume
Stout: Stout are strong and dark beers made roasted barley/ malt and hops. Stout beers have various variants such as Imperial Stout, Dry Stouts etc. Alcohol Content- 5 %- 10% alcohol by volume
Pale Ale: A beer made by using pale malt and warm fermentation. Indian pale ale is a popular sub- type. Alcohol Content- 6- 7% alcohol by volume (for Indian Pale Ale)
Porter: Porter is dark ale, darker than brown ale. Porter was the classical English pub drink for many years. Alcohol Content- 4- 5 % alcohol by volume
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