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Vocation Brewery Beer - recalled due to potential bursting of can

3 months ago

United Kingdom

Vocation Brewery recalls their Lower Altitude Table Beer 330ml cans sold in 4-pack multipacks through Tesco stores because an extremely small number of cans may be prone to secondary-fermentation in-can, the additional CO2 created by this secondary-fermentation can cause the beer to become overly fizzy, and in some cases compromise the structure of the can.

Vocation Brewery mentions that Lower Altitude is safe for consumption, and this isn’t a cause for concern for any customers who have already consumed and enjoyed Lower Altitude.

Customers with any unopened cans of Lower Altitude purchased in 4-pack multipacks from Tesco are advised to dispose of them in a sink, being careful of any overflow when opening.

Anyone who has purchased a Lower Altitude should return the emptied cans to the store where they bought it from for a full refund. No receipt required.

In case you experience harm from products, it is important to report it. It can help to detect & resolve issues and prevent others from being harmed, and it enables better surveillance.

Source: vocationbrewery.com

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