The Brewer Who Struck a Wrong Note

If you thought an international rock group would let you brew a beer in its name without a murmur, it’s perhaps time to acknowledge your lack of business sense. Guns N’ Roses, the famous American rock group have started legal proceedings against the Canarchy Craft Brewing Collective who thought they could bring out a beer called “Guns ‘N’ Rosé” without anything to fear by way of legal thunderbolts from the band, made up of Axl Rose (singer), Slash (lead guitarist), and Duff McKagan (bassist), who see it as causing significant harm to their image.

https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/may/10/guns-n-roses-brewery

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