Beer is big on Bourbon Street, and never bigger than now, as Mardi Gras' climactic weekend kicks into high gear. Huge Ass Beers is the trademarked name for a plus-sized pour of draft beer sold at a trio of related Bourbon Street businesses. With the term printed on their plastic cups and containers, on employees' T-shirts, doormats and huge signs brandished by street barkers, Bourbon Street is plastered with Huge Ass Beers marketing. Karno 1 Inc. On Tuesday, that company filed a lawsuit in federal court against another string of Bourbon Street bars and clubs for marketing a rival extra-large draft beer as Giant Ass Beer. In the suit, the Huge Ass Beers creator alleges trademark infringement and seeks a restraining order barring the sale of Giant Ass Beer, as well as damages. An attorney for Billie Karno said his client had no comment. Representatives of the Olanos did not immediately respond to a request for comment. By Thursday afternoon, however, Giant Ass Beer was nowhere to be seen in at least one of the businesses named in the suit. At Beerfest, where 72 draft beer taps line the wall, a bartender had only conventional ounce plastic cups available.
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