Guns N Roses sues a brewery over name.

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Guns 'N Roses Sues Over Beer

May 10, 2019

If you want to get on Guns 'N Roses' bad side, name a beer after them.

The band is suing Canarchy Craft Brewery Collective for trademark infringement.

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Canarchy Craft Brewery Collective is the parent company of Oskar Blues Brewery, which sells a beer named Guns 'N' Rosé along with other merchandise (think t-shirts and buttons) sporting the same name, Pitchfork reported.

Oskar Blues sought to trademark the name Guns 'N' Rosé, but later discarded that plan when the band declined permission.

Guns-n-Rosé bands together sticky prickly pear and floral hibiscus with a subtle hop profile in this refreshing, crisp AF rose’ beer. Skip the fancy stemware and throw one back today. Guns-n-Rosé is available on draft, in select markets, and we’ll be droppin cans in February. To find it near you, check out the Beer Finder on our website. - #roseale #gunsnrose #crispAF #oskarbluesbrewery #oskarblues

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The band reportedly reached out to the brewery asking it to cease using its name and it agreed to stop in March 2020.

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The lack of immediacy led to the lawsuitm in which Guns 'N Roses is currently seeking unspecified damages, according to The Blast.

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