Lidl Is Selling 'Legendary Duff Beer' For £1.25 A Can
As BBQ season kicks in, we're all on the prowl for some good tipples to wash everything down with. Sure, you could try and impress everyone with a big ol' jug of Pimm's, but that does require a fair bit of chopping and slicing for all the fruit garnish. While a few bottles of Prosecco can be a nice start, all those bubbles can get a bit much when it's time to chow down on several burgers.
Nope, what your BBQ really needs is an endless supply of its soulmate drink: beer.
And now you can even unleash your inner Homer Simpson by getting in a crate of Lidl's 'Legendary Duff Beer', which is currently being sold in stores for £1.25 a can.
An homage to the famous Duff beer that Homer knows all too well, you can expect aromas of malt, cereals, caramel, straw and herbaceous notes from Lidl's version - which all sound like nice things, I think.
"Brewed in Germany by the brewery Eschwege monastery, this Legendary Duff Beer is a Pilsner topped with a white head," the product description reads.
You can get your mitts on the beer at one of Lidl's 760 UK stores - just remember your ID, obviously.
It's not the first time the supermarket has sold the beer - it's been in stores several times before, including a few months back when it was released in time for the Superbowl so that UK sports fans could get the all-American experience.
A quick flick through Twitter and you'll find many people singing its praises after tracking the beer down and giving it a go.
"So Duff beer actually exists and is pretty good haha, thank you Lidl," one person tweeted.
:rotating_light: THEY SELL DUFF BEER IN LIDL :rotating_light:#simpsons #duffbeer pic.twitter.com/mIyORZSEw6
- Gareth Hampson (@babelfish76) July 1, 2019
"Dodgy duff beer in Lidl is actually half decent," another said.
Someone else reckoned it's 'actually not bad, it's just very mild,' while a fourth wrote: "Duff Beer in Lidl lads. S'alright."
Mind you, not everyone was quite so complimentary, with one giving it the hashtag '#PissWater'.
I guess you'll just have to get down to Lidl and try it out for yourself. After all, at £1.25 a pop it's hardly like you're breaking the bank.
As a word of advice, I'd imagine it tastes best drunk from a hammock out in the garden, happily neglecting all of life's responsibilities - just like Homer.
Featured Image Credit: Lidl