beer-bottle-pouring.jpgIPNews® – A fight is heating up over the use of “The Queen of Beer” in the adult beverage industry. 

Anheuser-Busch, which has long used the “King of Beers” slogan, has commenced opposition proceedings against SHE Beverage Company over use of “The Queen of Beer.”  SHE Beverage markets itself as a manufacturer specifically aimed to

beer-bottle-pouring.jpgIPNews® – Anheuser-Busch InBev secured the rights to the BUD trademark in the EU despite the Czech brewer Budejobicky Budvar NP’s opposition to its registration.

Both companies began brewing beer in the 19th century and both named their brews Budweiser, after the Czech town of Budweis.  Budvar attempted to block Anheuser-Busch’s registration of the

beer-bottle-pouring.jpgIPNews® – We recently reported that Anheuser-Busch filed trademark applications for 41 airport codes with the USPTO, including one for BNA.

Anheuser-Busch plans to produce a locally brewed beer named after the airport code for Nashville.  However, BNA Wine Group filed for “BNA Wine Group” five months earlier and thus presents a challenge to the

beer-bottle-pouring.jpgIPNews® – Anheuser-Busch attorneys filed Trademark Applications last week with the USPTO to trademark over 40 different airport codes. 

Anheuser-Busch also recently filed Trademark Applications for “314” and thirteen other area codes earlier this year.  The combined moves make it appear as though the brewer is going after the local craft beer market.  To continue