Angry Orchard Cider Company announced on Tuesday a voluntary recall of select cases of its 12-packs and 6-packs Angry Orchard Crisp Apple Hard Cider. (Tweet this)
The Cincinnati, Ohio-based company said in a press release that it had received customer complaints about "broken bottles or bottles overflowing when opened." The company said it has conducted testing that shows affected cider is limited to two batches, produced on June 15 and June 29, 2015.
Angry Orchard said that the affected cider could show signs of re-fermentation in the bottle, which could lead to overflowing or the bottle bursting when opened.
"While the impacted cider poses no health risk if consumed, the team at Angry Orchard took this measure to ensure that products available to consumers meet their high quality standards," the company said in the release.
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The company is asking customers to look for specific information on their cases as part of the recall. Learn more here.
Angry Orchard will issue a full refund for affected products. To date, the company said no illnesses or injuries have been reported.