When I was in my teens the I was one of those kids that saved up all his money to go buy a season of the Simpsons on DVD. Now, do I feel like an idiot for spending $300 for 10 seasons in 2006? No. Those summers were some of the most fun I had as a kid. Which is why when I finally got to the Simpsons Theme Park at Universal Studios the first place I went to was Moe's to get a Flaming Moe.
But the second place I went to was the Kwik E Mart for a Duff. Unfortunately it's not a beer. It is actually tastes just like an orange soda. It's good but it's not as good as the Prohibition episode made it seem.
Duff vs. duff dry
The Duff they have at Moe's is an American Pale Ale, 4.8% ABV. I don't like beer but when you go to Disneyland you don't just stand around staring at the rides. Duff Regular is crisp and light, it has more hop than a standard American beer (i.e Bud). This is a gateway beer, you start drinking this and before you know it you're holding a craft beer that no one has heard of but you swear by.
Duff Dry (Porter, 6.1% ABV) is a creamy dark porter that they don't offer on tap at Universal Studios but you can pick it up in a bottle. It tastes hoppy and like any other beer but I might just lack the ability to taste anything other than that. As you can tell I am really not a beer connoisseur, the type of drinks I like to drink involve ice cream and some sort of whipping device which is why these reviews lack the depth of a heavy drinker. But I know what I like and that's the Duff Energy Drink.
DUFF Energy Drink
Have you ever had orange soda? Yeah, it's exactly like that. But the best part about this energy drink is that it looks just like the beer from the TV show. You can pick them up individually, I don't recommend anyone drink more than one; mainly because one is plenty but also because who needs that much sugar? Only your children, and even then; that's pushing it a little. Anyways, as a fanboy of the Simpsons. I couldn't be happier that someone decided to take build an entire Simpsons Theme Park. It's attention to detail is on par with an attraction at Disneyland. They have themed food, a Kwik E Mart and a Krusty Krab. The food is, just alright; but who cares. It's the Simpsons and their food never looked that good in the show anyways.