Guns N’ Roses settle legal battle over beer

Guns N’ Roses have settled a lawsuit filed against a company peddling beer and other merchandise bearing the band’s name.
The rockers sued Canarchy Craft Brewery Collective in May (19) for trademark infringement and unspecified damages for selling a beer called Guns ‘N’ Rose, as well as hats, T-shirts, pint glasses, stickers, buttons, and bandanas bearing the name, but the legal war will soon be over after the bandmates asked lawmakers to dismiss the case, informing the courts they are actively coming to terms on a settlement with the brewers.
“Plaintiff and Defendant Canarchy Craft Brewery Collective LLC have been engaged in settlement discussions since the filing of the Complaint on May 9, 2019,” new legal documents obtained by The Blast read. “On July 31, 2019, Plaintiff and Defendant reached an agreement in principle that resolves all claims asserted in, and will result in dismissal of, the Complaint.
“The parties are in the process of finalizing a written settlement agreement and expect to execute a written agreement that will lead to dismissal of the Complaint in the near term.”
More details on final settlement terms between the band and the brewery have not been revealed.