Before your crack open that happy hour brew, check to make sure your beer bottle hasnâ€™t been recalled.
â€œSmall grains or particles of glass can separate from the inside lip of the bottle and fall into the liquid. While the likelihood of a possible injury to a consumer is very low, the defect could pose a health risk and we would urge consumers not to consume beer from any affected bottles,â€ said Stacey Tank, Chief Corporate Relations Officer for Heineken USA, in a video statement.
The bottles affected are the following:
Carta Blanca 12-ounce brown bottles in 6-packs and 12-packs
Dos Equis Ambar 12-ounce brown bottles in 6-packs and 12-packs
â€œBest of Mexicoâ€ 12-pack variety package (which contains the impacted Dos Equis Ambar brown bottle and Indio 12-ounce bottles; this pack is sold only in Texas)
â€œBeers of Mexicoâ€ 12-pack and 24-pack variety packages (which contains the impacted Dos Equis Ambar brown bottle
Bottles affected have the following production codes on the neck of the bottle. The numbers listed are the first nine of the 13-digit code.
â€œWe deeply regret this incident and are doing everything possible to resolve it quickly so that our consumers can continue to enjoy these products. We want every experience with one of our products to be flawless,â€ said Dolf van den Brink, President and CEO of Heineken USA in a statement.
The bottles were produced by a third party supplier.
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