PORTLAND -- 10 Barrel Brewing has issued a recall for its Swill brand beer, due to possible explosions.
"It has come to our attention that some of this product may be experiencing secondary fermentation in the bottle, causing over carbonation," said Bec Milgrom of 10 Barrel.
According to the voluntary recall statement, if you have any 12 or 22-ounce bottles of Swill in your home, you should immediately throw them out. But you should first put on protective gloves and eye wear, and then "place all remaining Swill bottles in a closed box and place immediately in a secured Dumpster or trash container outside."
Milgrom said no other 10 Barrel products are affected. Swill is brewed through a different process than the company's other beers.
Milgrom also said there is "no danger and nothing to worry about" for anyone who already drank Swill.
"We take the utmost pride in producing an extremely high quality product and continuously striving for new and innovative beers to send to the consumer. Unfortunately in this instance, despite a rigorous testing and brewing quality-check process, we didn't hit the mark," the company statement reads.