Guinness introduced the recall in Nice Britain this morning (Image: Guinness)
Guinness has introduced a ‘precautionary’ recall of its just lately launched non-alcoholic stout in Britain because of microbiological contamination.
The brewer has warned some cans of Guinness 0.0 could also be ‘unsafe to drink’ and is urging prospects to contact them for a refund or return their cans in-store.
In an announcement the producer stated the just lately launched beer shouldn’t be on sale to most of the people in Eire.
It added: ‘The difficulty is remoted to Guinness 0.0 and doesn’t affect some other Guinness variants or manufacturers.’
The non-alcoholic stout was launched after 4 years of making an attempt to duplicate the style of the unique at St James’s Gate brewery in Dublin.
Guinness used the identical methodology, utilizing the identical components – water, barley, hops and yeast – earlier than eradicating the alcohol by way of a chilly filtration methodology.
The brand new beverage has simply 16 energy per 100ml, in comparison with 37 within the unique model.
It was launched in 440ml cans within the UK late final month earlier than being made out there in pubs throughout Eire and Nice Britain in spring 2021. It’s set to be bought internationally later subsequent 12 months.
Guinness stated the product was in response for a rising demand for alcohol-free and lower-calorie drinks.
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