Corona Extra recently recalled bottles of beer because they may contain particles of glass.
“A production error” that occurred at one of four glass plants run by a third-party manufacturer led to the recall of multiple products, coronausa.com stated.
Less than 1 percent of bottles produced by the plant were affected, according to the company.
U.S.-sold Corona Extra Beer in select six-pack, 12-pack and 18-pack packages with specific codes imprinted on the neck of the bottle were being recalled.
Consumers were urged not to drink the product if it matched the recall description and to throw it away. Full refunds would be available by calling a consumer call center at 866-204-9407.
Bottles that did not have specified recall codes; or were other Corona products, including Corona Extra cans, Corona Extra 24-pack loose bottles, Corona Extra 24-ounce bottle, Corona Extra draft beer, Corona Light bottles, Corona Light cans, Corona Light draft beer, Corona Familiar and Coronitas; were safe to drink, according to coronausa.com.
Corona beers with the following description and code imprinted on the neck of the bottle were being recalled:
6-pack codes included:
12-pack codes included:
18-pack codes included: