RI brewery changes name to settle trademark fight

Discussion in 'New England' started by Horbar, Nov 14, 2012.

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  1. Horbar

    Horbar Feb 24, 2012 Rhode Island

  2. ShogoKawada

    ShogoKawada May 31, 2009 Pennsylvania

    At least they were able to reach an agreement.
  3. smutty33

    smutty33 Jun 12, 2009 Connecticut

    Interesting.I was wondering what was gonna come of this.

    Full Sail just arrived on shelves here in CT. but reviews/grades don't look too promising.
    On the other hand,I really dig the Flying Jenny E.P.A. that grey sail,uh,I mean Grey Sail of R.I. puts out there.

    Cheers All...............
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  4. WeymouthMike

    WeymouthMike Jun 22, 2004 Massachusetts
    Beer Trader

    Is this a story from the onion? Who would confuse the two?
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  5. Noble

    Noble May 19, 2005 Rhode Island

    What's next all "DOG" related breweries will have to differentiate themselves too! Get a life Full O' **** Sail
  6. Providence

    Providence Feb 24, 2010 Rhode Island

    As long as they keep making their cream ale they can change their name to whatever they want. Crushing those at the beach in the summer is niiiiiiiice.
  7. naloxone

    naloxone Aug 7, 2010 Connecticut

    Started off tonight with a Flying Jenny to support Grey Sail Brewing. (of Rhode Island)
  8. RedMedicine

    RedMedicine Jun 3, 2005 Oregon

    Chik-fil-a sued a dude for making Eat More Kale tshirts. This stuff doesn't always make sense.
  9. Flashy

    Flashy Oct 22, 2003 Vermont

    Like at the Budweiser V Budvar thing that went on for decades.
  10. seplo

    seplo Sep 8, 2009 Connecticut
    Beer Trader

    Reminds me of asshole Bass sueing Smuttynose over their original label that had the triangle behind the seal. The new Smuttynose label is way better now anyway with the rock but i still say fuck Bass....CHEERS
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