First peanuts, now this. For some reason Georgia factories have a history of recalled products. The Miller-Coors facility is recalling a certain amount of Coors Light produced from its Albany, Georgia facility. However, the article written in the Chicago Tribune does not say the exact off-flavor of the beer. Here are a few things that may have gone wrong, some feasible, some funny:
1. The wrong beer was packaged. Honestly, now that Miller and Coors are using the same facilities, the workers may have put Miller Light in to Coors Light bottles. However, I'm not sure who could tell a difference.
2. The beer WAS "Frost Brewed." OK, now I'm just being a jackass, but this advertising campaign has always cracked me up. You can't frost brew beer, the beer is boiled during the brewing process. But, if the brewers got confused and frost brewed the beer, then many microorganisms would not be killed off during the boil and the beer would have been contaminated.
3. Executives at Miller-Coors actually tasted the beer. They looked at each other and said, "Wow, this stuff sucks, bring it all back." The world is now void of Coors Light.