Australian brewery Cult urgently removes one of its beers from shelves for fear of allergies
- Stone & Wood recalls Counter Culture Eirinn Irish Cream Stout
- The drink contains milk but does not have the proper warning
A popular Australian brewery has recalled one of its beers after an undeclared ingredient that can cause an allergic reaction was discovered in it.
Stone & Wood Brewing Co is recalling its Counter Culture Eirinn Irish Cream Stout after a batch of the product was found to fail to warn consumers that it contained milk.
Milk is considered a potential allergen and must be declared on the packaging.
“Any consumer who has an allergy or intolerance to milk may have a reaction if the product is consumed,” the Australia and New Zealand Food Standards said.
Stone & Wood’s Counter Culture Irish Cream Stout has been recalled
The brewing company announced the recall on Thursday.
The beer has been sold in-store and online at bottle shops and retail stores in NSW, Victoria (including Paul’s IGA in Ringwood East) and Queensland.
Customers with a milk allergy who have purchased the product with an expiration date before August 16, 2023 are advised not to consume the product.
They may return the product to the place of purchase for a full refund.
You can contact Stone & Wood on (02) 6685 5173 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.