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Recall from a brewery in Bavaria due to unusual danger - video appeal - KATWARN also triggered

2020-05-23T08:32:24.250Z

Attention! A brewery from Bavaria has recalled one of their products. Even KATWARN was triggered.



Attention! A brewery from Bavaria has recalled one of their products. Even KATWARN was triggered.

  • Recall from the Bavarian brewery Zötler .
  • The bottles can burst.
  • KATWARN has been triggered and there is a Facebook appeal.

Rettenberg - Beware of these bottles! The Zötler brewery  from Rettenberg (Allgäu /  Bavaria ) has recalled one of its products *. It would involve the " Zötler Russ'n Half " with the best before date 02/01/2021 , according to a Facebook -Posting.

The danger is rather unusual. Because many recalls * are probably about the fact that a product should not be consumed. Because it contains allergens or small particles or other substances that pose a risk of injury when consumed. Here, on the other hand, the danger is the bottle itself. It can explode! The warning is even listed on katwarn.de. 

Call back from a brewery in Bavaria: bottles can burst

"As part of our ongoing internal quality checks, we had to determine that the production batch 'Zötler Russ'n Halbe' with the best-before date 02.01.2021 cannot rule out that the bottles still contain vital yeast cells," says the Facebook Posting. There is a possibility of secondary fermentation, “which can lead to an additional pressure building up in the bottle , which the bottles may not be able to withstand. As a result, they could burst and lead to injuries . "

The brewery is very sorry that they made this mistake "despite the latest technology" and makes it clear that the product itself poses no danger. But from the bottle. If you have a "Zötler Russ'n Halbe" with a best before date on January 2, 2021, you will receive instructions on how to handle it.

Call back from a brewery in Bavaria: beware of mixed beer with a certain best before date

It is "recommended that the bottles be opened with a bottle opener if possible with appropriate caution to relieve pressure (put a tea towel around the bottles as a splinterguard) and dispose of the contents." The bottles can then be exchanged for perfect goods at the beverage retailer free of charge.

No further Zötler products are affected, the brewery clarifies and apologizes for the technical error.

The brewery has published a video for the Facebook posting, in which the background is explained in more detail. In it: an appeal to customers to exercise caution. "Of course, bursting and the resulting fragments can pose a danger," it says. So if you have bought Zötler products, you should quickly look into your beverage store to see whether this product with this best-before date is underneath. And carefully.

You can see the video here.

There are currently other product recalls - such as an organic product and a Lidl snack.

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Source: merkur

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