Jeremy Clarkson warns some of his cider bottles may explode | Jeremy Clarkson

Jeremy Clarkson has warned his cider bottles could explode due to a „big cock”.

The TV presenter started selling beer and cider under the brand name Hawkstone in 2021.

On Friday, he said on Twitter: „There’s been a huge cockroach and as a result, our Hogstone cider bottles are very unlikely to explode, no easy way to say it.

“If the cap has the code L3160, open it underwater, throw it away and contact us for a refund.

„Very sorry about this, but on the upside, beer is good and still tastes good. Like cider, in undamaged bottles. It’s almost everything.”

The beer and cider are made from produce grown on Clarkson’s 1,000 acre Didley Squid farm in Chipping Norton. He bought the land in 2008, but didn’t begin operating it in earnest until 2021. His efforts to get the farm up and running are chronicled in the Amazon Prime show Clarkson’s Farm.

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In a post on the Hawkstone Instagram account, it said the issue was caused by „over-fermentation” of a „small amount” of cider.

It advised affected consumers: „Take a photo of the caps and we’ll send you a new batch or a refund.”

The latest series of Clarkson’s TV show sees the farm getting new animals and crops, and meetings with the local council over planning permission.

Clarkson got a bad reaction from some villagers when he tried to expand the business with a farm shop and restaurant.

Clarkson’s Farm is a ratings hit for Amazon Prime. Its second series, which aired earlier this year, became the UK’s most-watched original show since Barb began collecting data for major streaming services.

Clarkson came under fire earlier this year after describing her hatred of the Duchess of Sussex in an article in the Sun magazine. The press regulator, the Independent Press Standards Organization (Ipso), concluded that Clarkson had discriminated against the Duchess with a series of sexist tropes.

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