A Florida federal court has denied Anheuser-Busch’s motion to dismiss a case accusing the beverage company of misleading consumers into believing that Beck’s beer was still brewed in Germany, finding that the plaintiffs adequately pleaded their claims. Marty v. Anheuser-Busch Cos., No. 13-23656 (U.S. Dist. Ct., S.D. Fla., order entered September 5, 2014). In 2012, Anheuser-Busch moved production of Beck’s, brewed in Germany from 1873, to St. Louis, Missouri. The company added a “Product of the U.S.A.” disclaimer to the Beck’s packaging, but the plaintiffs argued that the disclaimer was too small, too difficult to read due to its white script on a silver background and blocked by the cans or bottles in the carton, and the court agreed, allowing the unjust enrichment and consumer protection violations claims to proceed. Citing the plaintiffs’ statements that they stopped buying Beck’s when they learned of its brewing source, the court granted Anheuser-Busch’s motion to dismiss the request for injunctive relief because the plaintiffs did not have standing to allege future harm.