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Food / November 11, 2020

Guinness recall all non-alcoholic cans

Photo: Diageo
Food / November 11, 2020

Guinness recall all non-alcoholic cans

Words: Katie Gartland

Taken away from us so soon.

Diageo has recalled all the newly released non-alcoholic Guinness 0.0 cans due to microbiological contamination. The company has stressed that the recalling of the cans is a precautionary measure.

The stout has been retailing in Britain for three weeks, it was due to go on sale in Ireland in two days- we dodged a bullet with that one.

The alcohol-free Guinness had been in production for over four years. Anyone in Ireland who has the cans has been encouraged to bin them.

A spokesperson for Diageo clarified that the fiasco “does not impact any other Guinness variants or brands”. Thank God.