Sports fans were aghast at the prices on display, with one saying: "$300 for a bottle of Captain Morgan's? That's criminal."
Authorities warned drinkers never to taste or even touch liquid from a suspicious bottle, as even a small sip could be fatal.
The U.S. Dairy Export Council and other groups opposed the trademark protection, saying American consumers understand the gruyere name to be generic.
"I've now been sprayed with tear gas and champagne in the same spot," remarked one Washington D.C. Biden supporter celebrating near the White House.
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