Laceration Risk Leads to Recall of 2,500 Cases of Square Mile Cider

2,500 cases of Hard Cider sold in Washington, California, and Oregon are being recalled by the Square Mile Cider Company because of a potential laceration issue that could exist.  Each affected bottle of Original or Spur & Vine Hopped Cider would have been packaged prior to May 15 of this year.  The bottles are in danger of shattering because the contents could be undergoing fermentation anew.  This could harm a user and cause the product to taste odd.  Owners are being advised to throw out the affected beverage as soon as possible.  No reports of an injury have become known at this time, and those with concerns are being advised to get in touch with the company.

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