Maybe it’s irony that on International IPA Day, the day that celebrates one of the most flavoursome of commonly available craft beers , CUB has published a release commemorating International Beer Day and tying it to one of the least flavoursome – or ‘super crisp’ – beers on the market today. Of course, while IPA… Read more →
A Hitler’s Downfall parody of DB Breweries’ ridiculous trade mark over the style name ‘Radler’ was inevitable. The only question was how good it would be. The answer: priceless.
Background to this week’s Radler trade mark decision. This article first appeared on The Punch on 31 July 2009 when the trademarking issue first raised its head.
Lion Nathan has recently successfully defended its trademarking of the word ‘NEW’ against a company seeking to trademark the logo for New South Brewing Company. Following a hearing Trade Mark Office hearings officer, Bianca Irgang, determined that a “significant number of consumers would at the very least experience a reasonable doubtas to the existence of… Read more →