Belgian customs officials have destroyed a shipment of 2,300 Miller High Life, because the beer’s slogan, “the Champagne of Beers,” was deemed by the Comite Champagne to be “an infringement” on the famous French bubbly’s designation of origin. According to the Comite Champagne, they requested “the destruction of the illicit goods,” which were intercepted in the port…
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