Brasserie de Saint-Omer has undertaken the product recall as a precautionary measure

Brasserie de Saint-Omer has undertaken the product recall as a precautionary measure

Brasserie de Saint-Omer has had to recall several of its private label beer brands in the UK, for fear that the bottles may contain small pieces of glass.

The French company confirmed over the weekend that several of its beers from branches of Aldi, Asda, Co-Op, Morrisons and Tesco have been affected by the recall. All of the beers, which are listed in the press release below, have 'best before' dates up to and including 30 September 2013.

Brasserie de Saint-Omer noted that it is taking the action as a precautionary move. The UK's Food Standards Agency said that point-of-sale material will highlight the recall in the affected stores.

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Brasserie de Saint-Omer recalls several brands of beer as a limited number of bottles may contain small pieces of glass

Recalled from customers

Ref Ref: 20/2012 (UPDATE 1)

Products sold in Aldi:

  • Aldi Brasserie Bière Blonde Lager, 8x25cl
  • Aldi Brasserie French Lager, 10x25cl
  • Aldi Brasserie Shandy, 10x25cl

Best before dates: All dates up to and including 30/09/13

Products sold in Asda:

  • Asda Bière de Luxe, 10x250ml
  • Asda French Lager, 10x250ml
  • Brasserie de Saint-Omer Shandy, 10x25cl

Best before dates: All dates up to and including 30/09/13

Products sold in Co-op: 

  • Co-op French Premium Lager, 8x250ml and 18x250ml
  • Brasserie de Saint-Omer Lite, 24x25cl

Best before dates: All dates up to and including 30/09/13

Products sold in Morrisons:

  • Brasserie de Saint-Omer Export, 8x25cl and 18x250ml
  • Brasserie de Saint-Omer Panaché, 10x25cl
  • Bière Continentale, 10x25cl

Best before dates: All dates up to and including 30/09/13

Product sold in Sainsbury's:

  • Brasserie de Saint-Omer Panaché, 10x25cl

Best before dates: All dates up to and including 30/09/13

Product sold in Tesco:

  • Tesco Bière d’Or 10x25cl

Best before dates: All dates up to and including 30/09/13

Risk:

A limited number of bottles may contain small pieces of glass due to a manufacturing fault. 

Action taken by the company

Brasserie de Saint-Omer is recalling the affected products on a precautionary basis from the above retailers. Point-of-sale notices will be displayed in stores explaining the actions consumers can take if they have bought the affected products.

 

Original source: http://www.food.gov.uk/news-updates/recalls-news/2012/sep/beer-recall#.UE32yI1lRjI