Beer Man

Left Hand Brewing wages a trademark battle for the word "Nitro"

On September 29, 2011, after the first night of the annual Great American Beer Festival in Denver, Left Hand Brewing publicly revealed a bottled beer that its owners and brewers had spent two years and hundreds of thousands of dollars to create.

See also: - Strange Brewing faces a trademark threat from a Massachusetts homebrew shop - Left Hand's fresh-hopped Warrior IPA tastes fresh off the plane - Left Hand Brewing becomes the first U.S. craft brewer to bottle a nitro beer

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Jonathan Shikes is a Denver native who writes about business and beer for Westword.
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