Guns N’ Roses Finally Settles Lawsuit With Brewery

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Guns N’ Roses has reached a settlement regarding a trademark infringement lawsuit against a Colorado brewery, Oskar Blues, as the brewery has been selling its Guns N’ Rose ale and merchandise, without the band’s permission.

According to a Reuters report, the band accused the Oskar Blues brewery by way of a May 9 lawsuit filed, stating that Oskar Blues “should not be entitled to continue to sell infringing products and intentionally traded on GNR’s goodwill, prestige, and fame without GNR’s approval, license, or consent”.

Guns N’ Roses were seeking unspecified damages, and claimed that the company was selling T-shirts, stickers, buttons, and bandanas, among other merchandise types.

In other news, the band will be continuing their Not In This Lifetime tour next month with a US leg of fall dates. The six-week concert series will start at the 25th of September at Charlotte, NC, while its conclusion will be at Las Vegas, with two nights scheduled in November.