Angry Orchard is recalling bottles of its cider over complaints that consumers opened products that would explode.
The voluntary recall was announced on Tuesday for certain cases of its 12-pack and 6-packs of cider.
The company, which is based in Cincinnati, Ohio said that there were “broken bottles or bottles overflowing when opened.”
The company announced that the affected cider is from two batches made on June 15 and June 29 of this year. The cider reportedly is overflowing due to refermentation, according to Angry Orchard.
“While the impacted cider poses no health risk if consumed, the team at Angry Orchard took this measure to ensure that products available to consumers meet their high quality standards,” according to the company.