Kevin Clang, of Uncasville, and Carl Brown, of Oakdale, lifelong pals who created the popular liqueur-based vodka [Kra-Ze] have found themselves in a skirmish over a trademark issue with an Australian wine maker.
The Norwich Bulletin reports that the men’s Oakdale-based company, KC Brang’s Food & Beverage LLC and [yellow tail] wine maker
Casella discussed a settlement that would have removed brackets from around [Kra-ze] name, but no agreement was reached, the paper reported. Casella, “dropped opposition after those talks ceased” the paper reported.
In 2011, Montville Patch first reported on Clang and Brown’s [Kra-ze] creation which is based on an old Polish family recipe of split and squeezed lemons boiled with sugar and mixed with vodka.