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10th January, 2012 by Alan Lodge
In the UK, InBev has recalled three batch codes of Stella Artois Cidre in bottles over fears they could 'burst unexpectedly'. The Food Standards Agency issued a product recall information notice following the discovery of yeast contamination in three batches of the cider. The fault means the cider continues to ferment in the bottle leading to a build-up of gas that may cause bottles to burst.
April 7th, 2011
The brewer, owned by beer giant Anheuser-Busch InBev, has only ever made lager before but is looking to capitalise on the growing popularity of cider.