Above picture: ‘We are voluntarily recalling all our distillery/spirit products and temporarily closing our Regina Tap Room,’ Minhas Sask said on Facebook Friday. (CBC News)
Originally posted on Feb 22, 2019 6:57 PM CT | Last Updated: February 22
Equipment used to measure alcohol content has been faulty since December, company says
Minhas Sask is recalling all its distillery and spirit products from Saskatchewan retailers due to a problem with the alcohol content in some of its product, the liquor producer said Friday.
“The highly sophisticated instrument we use to measure alcohol [content] went out of calibration in the second week of December 2018,” the company said on its Facebook page, adding the problem wasn’t discovered until now.
“As a result, we have discovered that the alcohol content in the bottles is slightly greater than the alcohol content stated on the bottles.”
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