Hey Simpson fan, did you know that the Duff beer is and finally being launched as an actual marketed beer?
Yup, that’s right, the company, 21st Century Fox has been fighting intellectual property lawsuits for years over the production of the beer, mainly in South America, but it looks like that battle paid off.
That’s right again because the Duff beer is set to launch this week in the country of Chile and it’s planned to be distributed to the rest of that continent and in Europe by early 2016.
What a tease because unfortunately, the Duff beer won’t be making it’s way to the United States for some time.
That’s ok because they do have hopes to make the Duff beer stateside something in the future… maybe it will be in the far in the future.
We know from the TV show that the Duff brand is supposed to be cheap and low quality beer, but that’s not what the makers wanted for the actual marketed beer, no, they wanted something better and higher quality.
There is a man that’s called the Brewmaster, his name is Paul Farnsworth and Farnsworth has experience in helping develop over 100 breweries in 10 countries and luckily, he was brought in to consult about the making of the Duff beer.
The president of consumer products for the 21st Century Fox, Jeffrey Godsick said that Farnsworth concocted “a very good balance of favor and refreshment.”
He also said, “It’s fairly deep golden in color. It’s got a hint of fruit to it. It’s got a caramel aromatic to it.”
So if the Duff beer makes it to the United States, who’s going to try it?
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