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New Ulm Brewing wins lawsuit

February 2, 2013
By Josh Moniz - Staff Writer , The Journal

NEW ULM The New Ulm Brewing & Beverage Company, which makes 1919 Root Beer for the August Schell Brewing Company, has won its trademark infringement lawsuit against Oklahoma-based microbrewery Krebs Brewing Company. The New Ulm company, which has been making the root beer for 25 years, filed the lawsuit over the use of the 1919 logo with similar font and layout on Kreb Brewing's American Pale Wheat Ale beer. The lawsuit argued the other company would unfairly gain by copying New Ulm Brewing's logo and would confuse customers about which product they are buying. New Ulm Brewing and Krebs Brewing could not be reached for comment on the case.



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