Trademark Class 32: Unveiling Trademark class for Beverages 

Published On: Jul 6, 2022Last Updated: Feb 27, 20243.3 min read

The various classifications for trademark as per the international NICE Classification is very important to managing all different online trademark registration requests easily. Trademark Class 32 is applicable to all different non alcoholic liquids, including beer and aerated water. Soft drinks like Coke, Thumps up, etc are also a part of the trademark class for beverages. So, in this blog, we dive deeper into the nitty gritties of the beverages trademark class. 

What is trademark class 32? 

Trademark class 32 is one of the popular 45 classes applicable for registering a unique brand identity for particular goods and services. The trademark class 32 includes all kinds of non-alcoholic beverages, as well as beer. Besides, the beverages trademark class also covers mineral water, aerated water, soft drinks, sodas, cold drinks, fruit juices, fruit drinks, and other non-alcoholic drinks. This class also includes syrups and other preparations for making beverages. Also, knowing how to choose the appropriate trademark class is very useful to get brand protection. 

Important goods included in Trademark Class for Beverages

Class 32 is applicable for a wide range of non alcoholic beverages. Besides, some of the goods included in the beverages trademark class are: 

  • Firstly, Beers;
  • Soft Drinks;
  • Fruit Juices;
  • Non-alcoholic beverages containing fruit juices;
  • Lastly, Syrups and other preparations for making beverages

Also Read: How to register a Brand Name in India

List of goods not included in the beverages trademark class

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  • Kingfisher: Beers; Mineral and aerated Waters, etc.
  • Tuborg: Beers; Mineral and aerated Waters, etc.
  • Heineken: Beers; Mineral and aerated waters
  • Corona: Beer and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Haywards 5000: Beers, mineral and aerated waters, etc.
  • Royal challenge: Beers, non-alcoholic beverages, mineral and aerated water
  • Kings: Beers; Non-alcoholic beverages; Mineral and aerated waters
  • Godfathers: Beers, mineral and aerated waters, and other non-alcoholic drinks
  • Simba: Beers, mineral and aerated waters, and other non-alcoholic drinks
  • Zingaro: Beer, Ale, Porter, and other non-alcoholic drinks
  • Tiger beer: Beers, and other non-alcoholic drinks
  • Paper boat: Beverages, flavoured Waters, and other non-alcoholic beverages
  • Minute maid: Fruit drinks and fruit juices
  • Rasna: Soft drink concentrates

Also Read: Documents Required for Trademark Registration

List of goods classified under Trademark Class 32

All trademark goods protected under Class 32 are listed below:

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Reasons to register trademark in class 32

The importance of trademark registration is understated. As a producer of non alcoholic drinks, and beverages of all sorts, you need to register your trademark for the following reasons: 

Brand Recognition

In the competitive market of beverages and soft drinks, creating a brand identity and presence as strong as Redbull, or Coca Cola, etc is not easy. However, it becomes possible if you protect your brand. So, to get brand recognition, you will have to understand the trademark class and choose it appropriately.

Exclusive Right

After getting the certificate of registration and upon following the trademark renewal process in a timely manner, you get access to the exclusive right to use your protected brand name. For example, people from Pepsi cannot create a product under the label of coke and vice versa. 

Market Expansion

By registering your brand in trademark class 32, you get the chance to expand your products in the realm of non alcoholic beverages. Hence, it will give you a strong legal foundation to enter into the market. Moreover, if you already have other products, you can also apply for a multi class trademark application


Registering a trademark doesn’t have to be complicated. All you need to do is understand the different types of trademarks in India. So our experts have helped thousands of businesses safeguard their brands. Hence, just reach out to us and provide a few basic details, and we will handle the rest. Give us a call now!

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