Deciding on a new trademark for your brewery or beer can be an exciting process. However, your trademark should not only represent your brand and help customers identify your beer — but it should also be airtight in securing and defending your products or brand. Here is more on how to name a beer and register a trademark.

How to Name a Beer

It’s essential to start by choosing a strong trademark. It should not only offer greater protectability (and lessen the risk of potential infringements and challenges) but also be aesthetically pleasing and recognizable to your audience.

When selecting the right attorney to help you with your trademarking process, there can be a lot of information and steps to digest. That’s why, at Drumm Law, we offer our signature Pro Beerno program.

What is Pro Beerno Program?

Our Pro Beerno program is simple: we’ll do one free trademark for any brewery or beer company. The catch? There is no catch — just pay the filing fee, and aside from that, there are absolutely no strings attached.

“Try it out,” said Mike Drumm, attorney, and founder of Drumm Law. “It’s like a free trial. We think we’re excellent, but if you want to find out for yourself, you can try us out at no risk to you.”

Work With Drumm Law to Name Your Beer & Register Your Trademark

At Drumm Law, we understand that today’s law firms are inefficient and outdated. That’s why, as a virtual law firm, we’re proud to offer breweries, brew pubs, bars, and others within the industry one-of-a-kind specialized services.

We rely on technology, specialization, quality people, and low overhead to provide the highest-quality legal services available. Learn about Drumm Law and what we can offer your brewery, brew pub, and more.