Guns N' Roses have once again put their lawyers to work as they filed a lawsuit against Colorado's Oskar Blues Brewery.
They claim that the brewery's Guns 'N' Rosé ale infringes on their trademark and publicity rights and falsely implies a connection to the band.
This came to the band's attention last year when the brewery filed an application to register "Guns N Rose" as a trademark. Since then they refused to stop selling the beer and related merchandise, but did abandon the trademark application.
Guns want Oskar Blues to stop making and selling the ale, along with all the merchandise and promotional material so that it could be destroyed, and of course, compensatory and punitive damages.
As Hank Hill once said, "don't go blamin' the beer."