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  • Total recall: aseptic packaging without the pain

    by Bill Simpson · September 10, 2010

    Having worked in this industry for quite a while I've seen it all - at least twice. Now I know that's an outrageous exaggeration. But when it comes to product recalls of beer that has supposedly been 'aseptically' packaged, it's probably more of an understatement - I've dealt with more Pectinatus problems than I've had [...]