Guns N' Roses has settled a trademark infringement case against a craft brewery for selling beer named Guns 'N' Rosé beer without permission.
The band filed a federal lawsuit in May in California against Canarchy Craft Brewery Collective, also known as Oskar Blues Brewery, after its management team realized the brewery was not only selling "Guns 'N' Rosé" named beer, but also filing to trademark the name. The rose ale is described as being "crisp AF."
When Guns N' Roses learned Canarchy attempted to trademark the name in 2018, the band objected and demanded that it retract the application. When the beer company failed to do so, they filed a federal lawsuit for using the Guns N' Roses name and prestige without the group's approval.