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The Tragically Hip files lawsuit against Mill Street Brewery over 100th Meridian lager

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The Tragically Hip has filed a lawsuit against Toronto-based Mill Street Brewery, alleging it has used the name of one of the band’s hits ‘At the Hundredth Meridian’ to brand and promote one of its beers.In a statement of claim filed in an Ontario court on Tuesday, Tragically Hip Inc., claimed the brewery has branded and marketed its ‘100th Meridian Amber Lager’ to “pass off on the fame, goodwill and reputation” of the Tragically Hip.In 1992 the band — originally from Kingston, Ont. — released Fully Completely, the album that featured ‘At the Hundredth Meridian.’ The Tragically Hip’s Rob Baker says possible album of unreleased music in the works The suit alleges Mill Street Brewery “engaged in a course of conduct to, unilaterally and.

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