Morrisons warns customers 'dispose of item' immediately and offers refunds

Morrisons is "withdrawing" cans of beer from stores over fears they might explode. The supermarket giant, which is rivalled by Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda and more, has taken action after it emerged Brew York is recalling Juice Forsyth on a precautionary basis because there have been reports that cans have exploded as a result of over carbonation.

Morrisons confirmed in an email that they are "withdrawing the impacted codes" from stores. The cans have a best-before date of July 23 2024, which can be found next to the gyle code at the bottom of the recipient, it has been warned.

Brew York is recalling the above product. A point of sale notice will be displayed in all retail stores that are selling this product. This notice explains to customers why the product is being recalled and tells them what to do if they have bought the product.

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If you have bought the above product, do not drink it as the can may explode. Please contact Brew York via for a refund and replacement. Please avoid unnecessary handling of the product and do not return it to the store, instead, safely dispose of the product. For more information, please contact Brew York on 01904 848448.

The product description on the Brew York website explains: "Good game, good game! Do you wanna go higher? Then enjoy they juicy bonus fruited IPA, that combines Cascade, Citra, CTZ & Mosaic hops, with muchos pineapple and mango for a tropical explosion as bold and juicy as the legendary entertainer that this salutes."

Ingredients include Water, Barley, Wheat, Oats, Lactose (Milk), Pineapple, Mango, Hops, Yeast. The cans are suitable for vegetarians, the brewery and craft ale maker has also confirmed. The ‘tropical’ IPA, as it is described, made with pineapple, mango and passionfruit puree, is stocked at Morrisons.