An Austin brewery has settled its trademark fight with a Colorado craft beer giant, winning sole rights to market its brand-name brew in Texas’ lucrative beer market.

Oasis Texas and Colorado-based craft beer giant New Belgium Brewing, Co., agreed Thursday that Oasis Texas can sell its “Slow Ride” beer across the Lone Star State but must use a different name when selling the product elsewhere, said Max Schleder, general manager for Oasis.

“We’re thrilled with the win, and we can’t wait to get back to making great beer,” Schleder said.

Representatives with New Belgium, which also produces the Fat Tire label, said in a statement that they are comfortable with the settlement.

“We had high hopes that we could work together and coexist, but the team from Oasis was opposed to that and so we had to seek clarification through the court,” Christine Perich, CEO of New Belgium Brewing, said in a statement on the company’s website. “In an effort to put this behind us and move forward with the business of running our business, we’re agreeing to Oasis’ use of the mark in Texas, and we retain exclusive rights for the rest of the U.S.”