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Reader: Two Prosts? This is nuts!

Prost Brewing opened on the edge of Highland two years ago.
Prost Brewing opened on the edge of Highland two years ago.

Can there ever be too much of a good thing? That's the question in Highland, where Prost Brewing has been making and serving beer since 2012 -- and now an outpost of a Frisco concept, Prost Fine Beer and Sausages, is slated to start serving beer and sausages this month. The two are not connected...except by about a mile or two of pavement. The owners of both Prosts say they're not concerned about confusion...but what about customers?

See also: Prost Brewing and the soon-to-open Prost Fine Beer and Sausages play the name game

The future Prost Fine Beer and Sausages.
The future Prost Fine Beer and Sausages.

Says Bagwhan:

I certainly appreciate the desire to co-exist and not litigate or pursue other adversarial paths, but this is nuts. Trademarks exist for a reason, to prevent brand confusion. These two will have problems that they will need to figure out.

What other name-game problems have you spotted in Denver? At one point, the city was slated to have not one, not two, but three unrelated O Bars. (Ultimately, it got just one: Obar next to Little Ollie's in Cherry Creek.)


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3464 W. 32nd Ave.
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