The Guns N 'Roses group has dropped the lawsuit filed earlier this year against a Colorado brewery – accusing it of violating the mark for selling a beer called' Guns' N 'Rosé'.
Both parties agreed to settle the dispute last month, with the decision being made public on Monday.
The lawyers have agreed in principle and are working on a written regulation that will ultimately result in the dismissal of the complaint.
Rockers Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan accused the Oskar Blues Brewery of tearing off the name of Guns N 'Roses and selling related merchandise, including bandanas similar to those worn by Axl on stage. .
Their complaint was filed in May, along with a request to prevent beer makers from selling 'Guns' N 'Rosé' – which combines 'prickly pears and floral hibiscus with a subtle hops profile' , according to the brewery.
Lawyers from both parties could not be reached immediately on Tuesday night.
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