Almost everyone seems to be getting into the nations's craft beer craze.

Now, many of America's biggest retailers are jumping on the bandwagon by creating, or partnering with other companies, to bring their own special beers to the public.

But what if this special brew comes from a brewery that doesn't even exist? This is the case brought forth by one angry beer drinker from Cincinnati.

The Times Union is reporting that a complaint filed on behalf of Matthew Adam "and all others similarly situated," accuses the retail giant of using a "fraudulent, unlawful, deceptive and unfair course of conduct" to label it's beer as craft beer.

The whole issue stems from Walmart's supposedly exclusive craft beer known as Trouble Brewing. It even says it was brewed at this place on the cans! Walmart says that Trouble Brewing was apparently created by a partner company called WX Brands.

However, there is no such place as Trouble Brewing. Trouble Brewing is really Rochester's Genesee Brewing. Genesee is owned by North American Breweries which is a subsidiary of Florida Ice and Farm.

According to the Brewer's Association, a craft brewery produces under six million barrels per year, is less than 25% owned by a non-craft brewer, and brews it's own traditional beers.

Genesee fits none of the criteria. That's why this particular beer snob is pissed.

By the way, anyone actually tried this Walmart beer?