The Brooklyn brewery responsible for selling a limited-run pilsner named after Beyoncé has received a cease and desist letter from Bey’s legal team.

The owner of Lineup Brewing, Katarina Martinez, was inspired to pay homage to Queen Bey after being unable to attend one of her concerts. The “Bïeryoncé” pilsner has only been available for purchase since earlier this month, but is now being forced to cease distribution.

The beer quickly got online buzz for its namesake and label design that strongly resembles Beyoncé’s 2013 self-titled album. Martinez told Pitchfork, “We’re disappointed she didn’t take it as a compliment, but oh well. It was fun while it lasted!”

If you’re a fan looking to make some quick cash over the newest Beyoncé gimmick product, beware. This isn’t the first time Bey has shut down the use of her name and image. In 2016, she nixed an Etsy store that was distributing merchandise with the phrase “Feyoncé” on it. The independent company was selling everything from mugs to sweatshirts with the play on words of “fiancé” and “he put a ring on it.”