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Wayward Brewing Trademark
One of the new breed of high quality New South Wales micros is celebrating after coming out on top. Markedly, a two-year battle with one of the world’s global brewing giants. SABMiller India, a subsidiary of the company that owns brands including VB and Carlton Draught, challenged Wayward Brewing’s application to trademark. The name Wayward on the grounds that the name would cause confusion among Australian drinkers with their brands Haywards 5000 and Haywards 2000; yes, those beers you may have spotted in the fridge of the odd Indian restaurant.
The battle cost Wayward’s founder Peter Phillip approximately $15,000 to fight – plus an estimated $10,000 in lost time – but proved worthwhile when the Hearing Officer ruled this month that the Wayward trademark could be registered in Australia. Costs were awarded against SABMiller India, albeit nowhere near the costs incurred. But, says Peter : “It was almost worth the $15,000 to win.
Some Other Issues Too
His hasn’t been the only notable trademark issue involving small Aussie brewers in recent years. The most high profile saw Melbourne’s Thunder Road challenge CUB over the use of a number of the latter’s unused heritage trademarks. That case was decided in favour of CUB, although Thunder Road will no doubt have taken succour in the fact that since then they have been named Champion Medium Australian Brewery at the Australian International Beer Awards – the first time they have entered a beer competition. It’s a win that sets up an enticing possibility should the people behind the awards continue with their policy of inviting the Australian Small, Medium and Large Brewery champs to brew a collaboration beer as the winner in the Large category was… CUB.
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