KUSA - Quick! Go check your beer fridge!
Left Hand Brewing has issued a recall for some bottles of its Milk Stout Nitro. They say a foreign brewing yeast is causes some of the beer to overflow on the shelves.
“Unfortunately, a foreign brewing yeast, which looks just like our own yeast, came into contact with our house ale yeast and impacted the gas in our bottles for specific periods of time and under certain conditions,” the Longmont brewery wrote on its website.
Left Hand says in addition to the recall, it has eliminated its current house yeast, sanitized all its equipment and implemented new practices.
This means it won’t sell Milk Stout Nitro again for at least six weeks.
Recalled beers include Milk Stout Nitro bottles with best by dates of 10/16/16 to 2/28/17 as well as Milk Stout Nitro that has been included in Mountain Mixers with codes 130B and 242A.
For more information on the recall, go to: http://bit.ly/2coqA28
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