Fictional 'Simpsons' beer set to hit the shelves

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Fictional 'Simpsons' Beer Set To Hit The Shelves

Beer lovers rejoice! A new beer is set to hit the market.

Although it may be the new beer on the block, you've likely seen it promoted for years. "Duff," the beer popularized by "The Simpsons," is about to hit real-life shelves – in the South American country of Chile at least.

But don't worry, according to the Wall Street Journal a worldwide release is being considered.

Why Chile? Bootleggers are already illegally selling beer with "Duff" labels. Rather than crying over spilt beer, 21st Century Fox decided to create their own officially licensed product. As of now, "Duff" is only available in the U.S. at the Universal Studios in Orlando and Los Angeles.

But how is this stuff going to taste? Rolling Stone reports that a British brew master has developed a recipe that'll make it a premium lager with a caramel aromatic. With that being said, you may not want to use this for your regular game of beer pong.

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Rodrigo Contreras sits behind bottles of Duff Beer at his office, Tuesday, July 18, 2006, in Guadalajara, Mexico. Contreras holds the Mexican patent on the Duff Beer name and the patent is currently pending on the United States. Duff Beer is famous worldwide as the beer of choice of Homer Simpson of "The Simpsons" cartoon series. (AP Photo/Guillermo Arias)
This Sept. 5, 2013 photo shows the entrance to Duff Gardens, serving Duff beer, at "The Simpson's" themed Springfield USA at Universal Orlando in Orlando, Fla. Built around “The Simpsons” ride that opened in 2008, the new zone is heavy on the tasty-yet-unhealthy food featured on the show. (AP Photo/John Raoux)
LOS ANGELES, CA - APRIL 25: The Simpsons character Homer Simpson drinks a Duff beer at 'The Simpsons' 350th episode block party on the New York street of Fox Pico Lot on April 25, 2005 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Stephen Shugerman/Getty Images)
A promoter shows a Duff beer during an event on August 17, 2012, at a bar in Bogota, Colombia. The Colombian entrepreneurs are waging a court battle in Bogota to continue producing the beer inspired by the animated series The Simpsons, and whose marketing in South America is being slowed down by US company 20th Century Fox, a subsidiary of tycoon Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation. AFP PHOTO/Guillermo LEGARIA (Photo credit should read GUILLERMO LEGARIA/AFP/GettyImages)
View of Duff beer bottles during an event on August 17, 2012, at a bar in Bogota, Colombia. Two Colombian entrepreneurs are waging a court battle in Bogota to continue producing the beer inspired by the animated series The Simpsons, and whose marketing in South America is being slowed down by US company 20th Century Fox, a subsidiary of tycoon Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation. AFP PHOTO/Guillermo LEGARIA (Photo credit should read GUILLERMO LEGARIA/AFP/GettyImages)
Guadalajara, MEXICO: Picture taken 18 July, 2006 in Jalisco, Guadalajara, Mexico of bottles of the new Mexican beer brand 'Duff', which takes its name from the TV US cartoon series 'The Simpsons'. Issued from an original idea of Mexican entrepreneur Rodrigo Contreras from Guadalajala, the product is patented in Mexico. AFP PHOTO/Ivan GARCIA (Photo credit should read IVAN GARCIA/AFP/Getty Images)
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