A collaboration brew between a NSW brewery and a coffee liqueur brand has been recalled over secondary fermentation issues which have caused cans to explode.
A product from WA cidermaker Funk Cider has been recalled over secondary fermentation issues and concerns that it may exceed marked alcohol content.
Ballistic Beer is recalling its Twang Brambleberry sour beer cans due to refermentation issues.
A Department of Health investigation has found that “a significant number” of fermented soft drinks contain alcohol above permitted levels, highlighting re-fermentation issues in the brewing industry.
As a major retailer announces the requirement for brewers to have a recall plan in place, the Independent Brewers Association has created a Beer Recall Information Pack and Recall Plan to help brewers comply with Australian beer recall requirements.
Join us during Good Beer Week at the Cryer Malt Trade Hub on Wednesday, May 15 as we host a discussion on product and packaging recalls.
Pete and Matt are back from their road trip and get stuck into the beer news of the week including: Why smaller is better as craft beer booms and experts advise brewers on product recall liability.
The dangers of product packaging and quality control were highlighted again this week when a bar manager ended up in hospital for treatment following an incident with an exploding can.
A recent spate of beer product recalls has prompted experts to highlight the need for breweries to be prepared for when things go wrong.
Melbourne’s Moon Dog Craft Brewery issued a product recall notice last Friday for its Son of a Plum 330ml bottles with best before dates 15/08/2019, 16/08/2019 and 06/09/2019.