LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) — The rock band Guns N’ Roses has taken a Colorado brewery to court, alleging that it’s “Guns ‘N’ Rosé” ale infringes on the band’s trademark.
According to Fox News, the Oskar Blues Brewery, the beermaker at the center of the suit, attempted to trademark the name in 2018, prompting an inquiry from Guns N’ Roses management.
While the brewery withdrew their trademark application, they still continued to sell the drink and merch connected with the beverage, the suit alleges.
Guns N’ Roses is seeking an injunction against the brewery, as well as unspecified damages, Fox reported.
As well, GN’R has asked the court to order the brewery to surrender any promotional material connected with the ale for destruction.
Guns N’ Roses is managed by the noted talent exec Irving Azoff.