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Could 'Ultra Right Beer' Face Legal Challenge From Anheuser-Busch?

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Donald Trump's 2016 campaign in the state, launched a controversial new beer brand, "Ultra Right Beer," as a rightwing-friendly alternative to Bud Light.Bud Light and its parent company Anheuser-Busch has recently received a backlash from rightwing consumers after offering a sponsorship deal to trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney.

What Weathers is offering is "an alternative" for conservatives who feel betrayed and alienated from the brand, he told Newsweek.But critics on social media have pointed out the fact that Anheuser-Busch owns another brand that contains the word "Ultra" in its name, Michelob Ultra—something that might potentially lead to legal problems for Weathers."You can't use 'Ultra' in the name of your '$35 for 6 cans' beer.

A little company called Anheuser Busch is super litigious about it lol," wrote a Twitter user. At the moment, the price of 6 cans of "Ultra Right Beer" is set at $19.99.

The beer, which will be sold solely online, will become available as of May.Jessica Litman, a law professor at the University of Michigan, told Newsweek that while Anheuser-Busch could potentially make a copyright complaint, it's unlikely that it will do so—also to avoid giving Weathers more publicity."I don't know how serious Mr.

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