French beer recall hits supermarkets

10 September, 2012

British supermarkets have been hit by product recalls on bottles of French beer after a safety scare.

The Food Standards Agency issued recall notices against a number of products from Brasserie St Omer over fears that some bottles could contain small pieces of glass because of a manufacturing fault at the brewery.

It said the recall was “precautionary”.

The recall affects both branded and own-label products as follows:

Sold in Aldi

Aldi Brasserie Bière Blonde Lager, 8 x 25cl

Aldi Brasserie French Lager, 10 x 25cl

Aldi Brasserie Shandy, 10 x 25cl

Sold in Asda

Asda Bière de Luxe, 10 x 25cl

Asda French Lager, 10 x 25cl

Brasserie de Saint-Omer Shandy, 10 x 25cl

Sold in the Co-op

Co-op French Premium Lager, 8 x 25cl and 18 x 25cl

Brasserie de Saint-Omer Lite, 24 x 25cl

Sold in Morrisons

Brasserie de Saint-Omer Export, 8 x 25cl and 18 x 25cl

Brasserie de Saint-Omer Panaché, 10x25cl

Bière Continentale, 10 x 25cl

Sold in Sainsbury's

Brasserie de Saint-Omer Panaché, 10x25cl

Sold in Tesco

Tesco Biere d’Or, 10 x 25cl

All have best before dates up to and including September 30, 2013.

Sainsbury’s recalled 30 packs of 25cl bottles of Biere des Moulins and eight packs of 25cl bottles of St Cervois lager last Thursday for a similar reason.




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