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Duff Gardens

In the episode entitled «Selma’s Choice», Bart and Lisa Simpson travel with their aunt Selma to Duff Gardens, a parody of the Busch Gardens amusement park, but also containing elements of Disneyland. In the gift shop, Bart spots «beer goggles», spectacles that mimic what drunks see: they make Aunt Selma appear young, feminine, and beautiful to Bart — and also, somehow, alter her voice. Later, they see the mascots of Duff Beer, the Seven Duffs.

In the same episode, there is also a direct parody of the «It’s a Small World» attraction at Disney parks. In the cartoon, the boats float on a brown liquid as animatronic children sing «Duff beer for me, Duff beer for you, I’ll have a Duff, You have one, too,» over and over again. Lisa drinks the liquid in the ride on a dare from Bart, and she freaks out from its hallucinogenic properties.

Other Duff Gardens attractions include the Beeramid, the Beerquarium («Home of the world’s happiest fish»), the Beer Hall of Presidents, the Washing Machine ride, the Whiplash rollercoaster, singing group Hooray for Everything (who sing a politically correct version of Lou Reed’s «Walk on the Wild Side» and are based on Up with People), and a direct parody of Disneyland’s Main Street Electrical Parade.

The Seven Duffs

The Seven Duffs are characters at the Duff Gardens theme park. The «Duffs» are a reference to Walt Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The Seven Duffs are named Sleazy, Queasy, Surly, Edgy, Tipsy, Dizzy, and Remorseful.

Creationedit

Some[] have speculated that the name was inspired by one-syllable beer names in the United States (such as «Bud»), and The Simpsons’ writers had found the name humorous. However, longtime Simpsons animator, producer, and director David Silverman stated in 2012 that Groening named the beer «Duff» simply for the convenient rhyme in the slogan «Can’t Get Enough of that Wonderful Duff». In 2018, writer/producer Mike Reiss stated Jay Kogen came up with the name.

In an excerpt from his autobiography, Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan claimed that the beer was named after him as the writers were fans of the band and he was known for his extreme alcohol consumption and was popularly called «The King of Beers». This is a claim Simpsons creator Matt Groening has called «absurd». In response McKagan has stated that he thought it was common knowledge and uncontroversial that he was the origin of the name, and jokingly called assertions to the contrary «absurd.» Reiss again denied the connection in 2018, stating, «No, it was not named after Duff McKagan … We’d never heard of this guy. Have you? … It’s a cute fake story that McKagan tells.»

Moe’s Tavern is a very close recreation of a tavern that was a block from the University of Oregon when Groening was there, called Duffy’s. It even had red and green diamond pane windows inside.[citation needed] The beer of choice was Blitz Weinhard, aka Blitz.[citation needed]

References

  1. «Duffless». The Simpsons. No. 16, season 4.
  2. ^ Associated Press (1996-04-22). «Homer’s creators sue Aussie brewery for selling Duff Beer». The Record. p. B7.
  3. ^ Michael Idato (1999-01-03). «Sip Homer’s brew». The Daily Telegraph. p. 036.
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Creationedit

Some[] have speculated that the name was inspired by one-syllable beer names in the United States (such as «Bud»), and The Simpsons’ writers had found the name humorous. However, longtime Simpsons animator, producer, and director David Silverman stated in 2012 that Groening named the beer «Duff» simply for the convenient rhyme in the slogan «Can’t Get Enough of that Wonderful Duff». In 2018, writer/producer Mike Reiss stated Jay Kogen came up with the name.

In an excerpt from his autobiography, Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan claimed that the beer was named after him as the writers were fans of the band and he was known for his extreme alcohol consumption and was popularly called «The King of Beers». This is a claim Simpsons creator Matt Groening has called «absurd». In response McKagan has stated that he thought it was common knowledge and uncontroversial that he was the origin of the name, and jokingly called assertions to the contrary «absurd.» Reiss again denied the connection in 2018, stating, «No, it was not named after Duff McKagan … We’d never heard of this guy. Have you? … It’s a cute fake story that McKagan tells.»

Moe’s Tavern is a very close recreation of a tavern that was a block from the University of Oregon when Groening was there, called Duffy’s. It even had red and green diamond pane windows inside.[citation needed] The beer of choice was Blitz Weinhard, aka Blitz.[citation needed]

Пиво Duff из Симпсонов

выйдет на чилийский рынок

21 Century Fox готовит запуск официальной версии пива «Дафф» из всемирно известного мульт-сериала. Первым рынком станет Чили, затем Европа


Выдуманная марка пива, ставшая популярной благодаря мульт-сериалу «Симпсоны» (The Simpsons) неоднократно пыталась попасть на реальные прилавки.

Появлялись неофициальные версии, производимые различными пивоварнями, наиболее заметные – в Австралии, но также и в Германии, Колумбии и Новой Зеландии. Однако все такие продажи в скором времени пресекались надзорными органами по рекламе этих стран и благодаря усилиям самой 21st Century Fox.

Сама Fox до сих пор не решалась запускать своё же пиво из-за опасений по поводу продвижения алкогольного бренда, получившего известность благодаря мультику, который смотрят дети. Но теперь, похоже, эти опасения поугасли, так как Fox объявила о подготовке выхода на пивной рынок со своим собственным пивом Duff.

По сообщениям в Wall Street Journal, медиагигант планирует запуск пива под брендом Duff в Южной Америке и Европе в начале следующего года.

Комментируя старт запуска официального пива «Duff» в Чили, глава подразделения Fox по потребительским товарам объяснил такое решение длительной историей противостояния самозваным версиям Duff на этом рынке.

«При виде обилия пиратских товаров, у вас есть выбор: или бороться с ними, или вытеснить с рынка с помощью оригинала», говорит он.

Возможность для неофициальных пивоварен наживаться на имени Duff возникла из-за того, что поскольку такой пивной бренд не существовал в реальности, Fox не могла зарегистрировать права на него.

«Фактически, Fox «принудили» заняться пивным бизнесом особенности интеллектуального права, не позволяющего защитить вымышленные продукты», – говорит профессор чилийского Universidad Adolfo Ibanez в Сантьяго.

Помимо вопросов с товарным знаком, пивные компании сталкивались с трудностями в продажах пива Duff из-за его тесной ассоциации с мультфильмом, у которого армия поклонников среди детей.

Не так давно Fox заключила соглашение по лицензированию пива Duff с Австралийским гигантом продуктового ритейла Woolworths. Однако группа была вынуждена снять банки с полок всего через несколько месяцев после запуска, поскольку выяснилось, что продукт нарушает австралийский кодекс рекламы алкоголя. «Сильная или очевидная привлекательность для детей и подростков» из-за ассоциации с сериями «Симпсонов» привели к запрету продаж продукта. Представитель ритейлера заявил, что уважает решение Коалиции по Алкогольной Политике и продукт будет изъят со складов компании.

Говоря о сложностях, с которыми столкнулся бренд Duff в Австралии, глава подразделения Fox по потребительским товарам назвал их «тестовым запуском», который помог Fox подготовиться к предстоящему старту собственного пива Duff в Южной Америке.
Официальная версия пива «Дафф», позиционируемая как премиальный лагер, будет выпускаться компанией Fox при участии британского мастера-пивовара Пола Фарнсуорта (Paul Farnsworth). Релиз запланирован на начало 2016 года.

Creationedit

Some[] have speculated that the name was inspired by one-syllable beer names in the United States (such as «Bud»), and The Simpsons’ writers had found the name humorous. However, longtime Simpsons animator, producer, and director David Silverman stated in 2012 that Groening named the beer «Duff» simply for the convenient rhyme in the slogan «Can’t Get Enough of that Wonderful Duff». In 2018, writer/producer Mike Reiss stated Jay Kogen came up with the name.

In an excerpt from his autobiography, Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan claimed that the beer was named after him as the writers were fans of the band and he was known for his extreme alcohol consumption and was popularly called «The King of Beers». This is a claim Simpsons creator Matt Groening has called «absurd». In response McKagan has stated that he thought it was common knowledge and uncontroversial that he was the origin of the name, and jokingly called assertions to the contrary «absurd.» Reiss again denied the connection in 2018, stating, «No, it was not named after Duff McKagan … We’d never heard of this guy. Have you? … It’s a cute fake story that McKagan tells.»

Moe’s Tavern is a very close recreation of a tavern that was a block from the University of Oregon when Groening was there, called Duffy’s. It even had red and green diamond pane windows inside.[citation needed] The beer of choice was Blitz Weinhard, aka Blitz.[citation needed]

References

  • The Simpsons portal
  • Beer portal
  1. ^
  2. ^
  3. «Duffless». The Simpsons. Season 4. Episode 16.
  4. «A Tree Grows in Springfield». The Simpsons. Season 24. Episode 6.
  5. «The Great Louse Detective». The Simpsons. Season 14. Episode 6.
  6. «The War of Art». The Simpsons. Season 25. Episode 15.
  7. «Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk». The Simpsons. Season 3. Episode 11.
  8. ^ «Homer’s creators sue Aussie brewery for selling Duff Beer». The Record. Associated Press. April 22, 1996. p. B7.
  9. ^ Reiss, Mike; Klickstein, Mathew (2018). Springfield confidential: jokes, secrets, and outright lies from a lifetime writing for the Simpsons. New York City: Dey Street Books. p. 101. ISBN 978-0062748034.
  10. ^
  11. ^
  12. ^
  13. ^ Idato, Michael (January 3, 1999). «Sip Homer’s brew». The Daily Telegraph. p. 036.
  14. ^

Referencesedit

  • The Simpsons portal
  • Beer portal
  1. ^
  2. ^
  3. «Duffless». The Simpsons. Season 4. Episode 16.
  4. «A Tree Grows in Springfield». The Simpsons. Season 24. Episode 6.
  5. «The Great Louse Detective». The Simpsons. Season 14. Episode 6.
  6. «The War of Art». The Simpsons. Season 25. Episode 15.
  7. «Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk». The Simpsons. Season 3. Episode 11.
  8. ^ «Homer’s creators sue Aussie brewery for selling Duff Beer». The Record. Associated Press. April 22, 1996. p. B7.
  9. ^ Reiss, Mike; Klickstein, Mathew (2018). Springfield confidential: jokes, secrets, and outright lies from a lifetime writing for the Simpsons. New York City: Dey Street Books. p. 101. ISBN 978-0062748034.
  10. ^
  11. ^
  12. ^
  13. ^ Idato, Michael (January 3, 1999). «Sip Homer’s brew». The Daily Telegraph. p. 036.
  14. ^

Referencesedit

  • The Simpsons portal
  • Beer portal
  1. ^
  2. ^
  3. «Duffless». The Simpsons. Season 4. Episode 16.
  4. «A Tree Grows in Springfield». The Simpsons. Season 24. Episode 6.
  5. «The Great Louse Detective». The Simpsons. Season 14. Episode 6.
  6. «The War of Art». The Simpsons. Season 25. Episode 15.
  7. «Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk». The Simpsons. Season 3. Episode 11.
  8. ^ «Homer’s creators sue Aussie brewery for selling Duff Beer». The Record. Associated Press. April 22, 1996. p. B7.
  9. ^ Reiss, Mike; Klickstein, Mathew (2018). Springfield confidential: jokes, secrets, and outright lies from a lifetime writing for the Simpsons. New York City: Dey Street Books. p. 101. ISBN 978-0062748034.
  10. ^
  11. ^
  12. ^
  13. ^ Idato, Michael (January 3, 1999). «Sip Homer’s brew». The Daily Telegraph. p. 036.
  14. ^

Referencesedit

  • The Simpsons portal
  • Beer portal
  1. ^
  2. ^
  3. «Duffless». The Simpsons. Season 4. Episode 16.
  4. «A Tree Grows in Springfield». The Simpsons. Season 24. Episode 6.
  5. «The Great Louse Detective». The Simpsons. Season 14. Episode 6.
  6. «The War of Art». The Simpsons. Season 25. Episode 15.
  7. «Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk». The Simpsons. Season 3. Episode 11.
  8. ^ «Homer’s creators sue Aussie brewery for selling Duff Beer». The Record. Associated Press. April 22, 1996. p. B7.
  9. ^ Reiss, Mike; Klickstein, Mathew (2018). Springfield confidential: jokes, secrets, and outright lies from a lifetime writing for the Simpsons. New York City: Dey Street Books. p. 101. ISBN 978-0062748034.
  10. ^
  11. ^
  12. ^
  13. ^ Idato, Michael (January 3, 1999). «Sip Homer’s brew». The Daily Telegraph. p. 036.
  14. ^

Creation

Some[] have speculated that the name was inspired by one-syllable beer names in the United States (such as «Bud»), and The Simpsons’ writers had found the name humorous. However, longtime Simpsons animator, producer, and director David Silverman stated in 2012 that Groening named the beer «Duff» simply for the convenient rhyme in the slogan «Can’t Get Enough of that Wonderful Duff». In 2018, writer/producer Mike Reiss stated Jay Kogen came up with the name.

In an excerpt from his autobiography, Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan claimed that the beer was named after him as the writers were fans of the band and he was known for his extreme alcohol consumption and was popularly called «The King of Beers». This is a claim Simpsons creator Matt Groening has called «absurd». In response McKagan has stated that he thought it was common knowledge and uncontroversial that he was the origin of the name, and jokingly called assertions to the contrary «absurd.» Reiss again denied the connection in 2018, stating, «No, it was not named after Duff McKagan … We’d never heard of this guy. Have you? … It’s a cute fake story that McKagan tells.»

Moe’s Tavern is a very close recreation of a tavern that was a block from the University of Oregon when Groening was there, called Duffy’s. It even had red and green diamond pane windows inside.[citation needed] The beer of choice was Blitz Weinhard, aka Blitz.[citation needed]

Appearancesedit

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Episode – «Covercraft»

Episode – «I Won’t Be Home for Christmas»

Episode – «The Man Who Came to Be Dinner»

Episode – «Bart’s New Friend»

Episode – «Walking Big & Tall»

Episode – «My Fare Lady»

Episode – «The Princess Guide»

Episode – «Puffless»

Episode – «The Marge-ian Chronicles»

Episode – «Heartbreak Hotel»

Episode – «Baby You Can’t Drive My Car» (logo)

Episode – «From Russia Without Love»

Episode – «Werking Mom»

Episode – «Krusty the Clown»

Episode – «Daddicus Finch»

Episode – «‘Tis the 30th Season» (logo)

Episode – «Mad About the Toy» (adverstiment)

Episode – «The Girl on the Bus»

Episode – «101 Mitigations» (logo)

Episode – «E My Sports»

Episode – «Bart vs. Itchy & Scratchy»

Episode – «Girl’s in the Band»

Episode – «Crystal Blue-Haired Persuasion»

Episode – «The Winter of Our Monetized Content»

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  • SpecialDebate Reaction
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  • SpecialJoin The Simpsons At The Daytona 500 (logo)
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  • SpecialHappy Daytona Day (logo)
  • SpecialDonald Trump’s First 100 Days In Office
  • SpecialMoe Live Tweets! (logo)
  • SpecialA Message from Moe About Puerto Rico
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  • CommercialThe Simpsons Channel 4 ident
  • Video gameThe Simpsons: Tapped Out (Duff-related items, ad on Mars Colony)
  • Comic storyPrize Possession
  • Comic storyHill of Beans (mentioned)
  • Comic storyPacifier Pandemonium!
  • MerchandiseSimpsons Mania!

References

  • The Simpsons portal
  • Beer portal
  1. ^
  2. ^
  3. «Duffless». The Simpsons. Season 4. Episode 16.
  4. «A Tree Grows in Springfield». The Simpsons. Season 24. Episode 6.
  5. «The Great Louse Detective». The Simpsons. Season 14. Episode 6.
  6. «The War of Art». The Simpsons. Season 25. Episode 15.
  7. «Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk». The Simpsons. Season 3. Episode 11.
  8. ^ «Homer’s creators sue Aussie brewery for selling Duff Beer». The Record. Associated Press. April 22, 1996. p. B7.
  9. ^ Reiss, Mike; Klickstein, Mathew (2018). Springfield confidential: jokes, secrets, and outright lies from a lifetime writing for the Simpsons. New York City: Dey Street Books. p. 101. ISBN 978-0062748034.
  10. ^
  11. ^
  12. ^
  13. ^ Idato, Michael (January 3, 1999). «Sip Homer’s brew». The Daily Telegraph. p. 036.
  14. ^

References

  1. ^
  2. ^
  3. «Duffless». The Simpsons. Season 4. Episode 16.
  4. «A Tree Grows in Springfield». The Simpsons. Season 24. Episode 6.
  5. «The Great Louse Detective». The Simpsons. Season 14. Episode 6.
  6. «The War of Art». The Simpsons. Season 25. Episode 15.
  7. «Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk». The Simpsons. Season 3. Episode 11.
  8. ^ «Homer’s creators sue Aussie brewery for selling Duff Beer». . Associated Press. April 22, 1996. p. B7.
  9. ^ Reiss, Mike; Klickstein, Mathew (2018). Springfield confidential: jokes, secrets, and outright lies from a lifetime writing for the Simpsons. New York City: Dey Street Books. p. 101.  978-0062748034.
  10. ^
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  13. ^ Idato, Michael (January 3, 1999). «Sip Homer’s brew». . p. 036.
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Real Duff beers

Matt Groening has stated that he will not license the Duff trademark to brew an actual beer, over concern that it would encourage children to drink. However, there have been a few notable cases of individual companies and persons who have used the term «Duff Beer» with varying success.

United Kingdom

Daleside Brewery in England makes a beer called Duff. Duff sounds like ‘dubh’, Irish for black; this is a 5% abv dark beer.

Australia

Can of the Lion Nathan produced Duff beer

In the mid 1990s, the Lion Nathan brewery in Australia produced a beer called Duff. 20th Century Fox brought legal action against the company. The product was ordered to be pulled from store shelves and destroyed, because of the likely association in public mind between the Simpsons brand and characters and Lion Nathan’s product, though the manufacturer did not use any Simpsons characters or the Simpsons Duff Beer design. The beer became a collectors’ item in the process, with one case selling for US$13,000.

Mexico

Since 2006, Rodrigo Contreras, from Guadalajara, Mexico is setting up a business with the purpose of selling Duff beer. He managed to register the «Duff» trademark in Mexico, as well as the domain name DuffDeMexico.com. Contreras designed the bottle to be identical to the one portrayed on The Simpsons. The bottle can be seen at his website. The beer is currently available at a few bars, but Contreras has stated his intention of selling it at convenience stores and even exporting it to the United States.

This case has been featured on several Mexican newspapers and magazines, but most of them focus on the novelty the beer represents, rather than the legal implications of it. The «Duff» trademark was not registered in Mexico before Contreras registered it; however, Mexican intellectual property law recognizes the concept of «brand notoriety», which states that if any brand is well-known by a specific section of the consumers or the industry due to the commercial activities and/or advertisement done by its owners, they have the right to claim the ownership of the trademark. What seems to be a pirated Duff beer produced by Contreras is about to be released in Colombia. According to its website, he may already have a local trademark over «Duff», since it claims that another Duff pirate was jailed in Bogotá.

Germany

A bottle of The Legendary Duff Beer from the Eschweger Klosterbrauerei

In Germany the Eschweger Klosterbrauerei, a brewery in Hessen, brews a Duff Beer under the German Reinheitsgebot.

New Zealand

Duff Brewery in Dunedin New Zealand brewed Duff Beer many years before The Simpsons, but due to threatened legal action by Fox they changed their name to McDuff. Duff Brewery were unable to afford to defend the law suit due to being a small brewery.[]

Duff Energy Drink

Duff Energy Drink

The gift shop of The Simpsons Ride at Universal Studios sells a canned energy drink designed to look like a Duff Beer can. It is also sold at a limited number of other locations, including Hot Topic. It is also available in the UK at American import stores such as Cyber Candy.

References

  • The Simpsons portal
  • Beer portal
  1. ^
  2. ^
  3. «Duffless». The Simpsons. Season 4. Episode 16.
  4. «A Tree Grows in Springfield». The Simpsons. Season 24. Episode 6.
  5. «The Great Louse Detective». The Simpsons. Season 14. Episode 6.
  6. «The War of Art». The Simpsons. Season 25. Episode 15.
  7. «Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk». The Simpsons. Season 3. Episode 11.
  8. ^ «Homer’s creators sue Aussie brewery for selling Duff Beer». The Record. Associated Press. April 22, 1996. p. B7.
  9. ^ Reiss, Mike; Klickstein, Mathew (2018). Springfield confidential: jokes, secrets, and outright lies from a lifetime writing for the Simpsons. New York City: Dey Street Books. p. 101. ISBN 978-0062748034.
  10. ^
  11. ^
  12. ^
  13. ^ Idato, Michael (January 3, 1999). «Sip Homer’s brew». The Daily Telegraph. p. 036.
  14. ^
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