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Popular beer pulled from shelves across Australia over fears of ‘illness or injury’


An Australian brewery has been forced into a major recall over concerns consumption of its popular drink could cause illness or even injury.

The recall was sparked by “secondary fermentation” in Big Shed Brewing’s Mango Sour Beer.

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“Food products containing excess alcohol and carbonation may cause illness/injury if consumed,” Food Standards Australian New Zealand said in an alert Friday.

The recall impacts products available at bars and bottleshops in NSW, ACT, Queensland and South Australia.

Cans are also available for purchase nationally.

Any drink with a best before date of September 7, 2023 should not be consumed.

Big Shed Brewing is conducting a recall of their Mango Sour Beer. Credit: Supplied

“Consumers should not drink or open this product and should dispose of it safely,” thirsty customers were told.

“Please contact Big Shed Brewing Concern for safe disposal instructions and to arrange for reimbursement.”

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Source: 7News