LOS ANGELES (AP) — The musical crew Firearms N’ Roses is blaming a Colorado distillery for piggybacking off their distinction to sell lager and merchandise.
The band recorded a trademark encroachment claim Thursday against Colorado-based Oskar Blues Bottling works, which sells Weapons ‘N’ Rosé brew and product and bandannas the gathering says are related with artist Axl Rose.
The protest says Oskar Blues connected to trademark Weapons ‘N’ Rosé a year ago and deserted the exertion after the band objected.
The claim says the bottling works is as yet selling the brew and the merchandise.
The band needs a court request obstructing the bottling works from misusing its name, pulverizing the items and diverting over benefits from Firearms ‘N’ Rosé and other money related awards.
Oskar Blues promoting chief Kyle Ingram did not quickly restore a phone message looking for comment.