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This case study explains how Murphy's Stout, a beer brand, used a mobile app to target male beer drinkers aged 25-40 in county Cork, Ireland.

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This case study describes a campaign in Ireland by Murphy's, the beer brand owned by Heineken, which used a mobile phone app to target men aged 25-35.

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Campaign in 1998-9 by BBH for Murphy's stout (Whitbread). Objective: position differently from Guinness, in a market in long-term decline.

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Campaign to position Murphy's Irish stout as an alternative to Guinness with its 80% share. By 1993 Murphy's had had some success, but future looked uncertain; distribution was difficult and brand was beginning to face delisting.

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Murphy’s Irish Stout was launched in the UK not as an alternative to Guinness but as complementary to it and was positioned as a premium beer.

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1989 test campaign for Murphy's Irish Stout, after Whitbread took on the licence in 1988. The brand's problem: in the shadow of Guinness, and seen as a cheap look-alike.