Molson Coors Canada is getting sued for trademark infringement over the use of a logo. And not just any logo, but a logo that's quite possibly the most iconic visual representation of Canadian cottage life - a Muskoka chair. The Muskoka Brewery Molson Coors legal battle was initiated by the Ontario-based brewing company last week.\nAccording to the Financial Post, Muskoka Brewery executives were notified by sales reps that Molson Canadian was handing out free t-shirts branded in a logo that closely resembled their own. Muskoka Brewery's cottage country chair logo is recognized by Ontarians and the company is convinced that Molson's use of a similar logo posed an issue.\nView this post on Instagram Hypnotically enticing with its hazy character, silky mouthfeel and juicy kick, #HazedNConfused is back by popular demand in 473mL tall cans... and yes, we've released it from the next Survival Pack to make room for something different...⠀ ⠀ Find it today: Our Taproom • Online Hop Shop (#linkinbio)⠀ ⠀ Find it this April: @LCBO • @TheBeerStoreON • Select Grocery • AB • NFLD • NB • NFLD⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #MuskokaBrewery #VentureOffTheBeatenPath #JuicyIPA #NewEnglandIPA #VermontIPA #HazedAndConfused #Hypnosis #Muskoka #MuskokaChair #Campfire #WoodSmoke #TekuGlass A post shared by Muskoka Brewery (@muskokabrewery) on Mar 14, 2019 at 4:32am PDT\nMuskoka Brewery, who has trademarked their Muskoka chair logo, filed the suit on Thursday, reports the Financial Post. Their use of the logo has “deceived and confused the public in Canada,” wrote Muskoka Brewery.\nMuskoka Brewery demands that Molson get rid of any and all products depicting the chair logo. The Toronto Star reports that Muskoka Brewery is also seeking compensation for all profits generated by Molson through the use of products depicting the chair logo.\nMuskoka Brewery's lawyer Tamara Ramsey tells the Financial Post that Molson's use of the logo could "create consumer confusion." “The image of the Muskoka chair is closely associated with their brand, they’ve been using it since 2011,” she says.\nMuskoka Brewery even threw shade at Molson on Instagram with a sassy "Who wore it better?" post:\nView this post on Instagram Who wore it better…@MuskokaBrewery or @MolsonCanadian? Cracking a cold Muskoka brew on a dock is a moment you can’t really replicate. #stayindependent A post shared by Muskoka Brewery (@muskokabrewery) on Jun 25, 2019 at 1:04pm PDT\nTodd Lewin, president of Muskoka Brewery, said in a press release, "We are proud of what we have built here in Muskoka and we need to protect what is ours. Our beer triggers real memories of enjoying a local brew sitting in a Muskoka chair on the dock. We don’t want beer drinkers to be confused on what beer they are buying and that we are somehow associated with a big multinational brewery.”\nAccording to the Financial Post, Molson Coors briefly addressed the use of the chair image "on a t-shirt available in select cases of Molson Canadian.” They also refused to refer to it as a Muskoka chair and instead called it by its American name, "Adirondack chair". Molson will be reviewing Muskoka's trademark claim in "detail" but didn't provide media outlets with further comment.