Beer recalled nationally for having too much alcohol
An Adelaide craft beer has been recalled nationally after it was found to have too much alcohol by Food Standards Australia New Zealand
Mango sour beer made by Big Shed Brewing Concern has been available for purchase at bars and independent bottle shops in New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Queensland and South Australia.
It was also available online nationally.
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The batch number effected has a best before date of September 7, 2023.
"The recall is due to secondary fermentation," the food safety authority said in a recall notice.
"Food products containing excess alcohol and carbonation may cause illness/injury if consumed."
They are advising customers not the drink or open the product and to dispose of it safely.
Customers can contact Big Shed Brewing Concern to be reimbursed.
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