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Jeremy Clarkson Hits Back At Fan After Diddly Squat Farm Blunder

The Grand Tour host Jeremy Clarkson has hit back at a fan after they claimed their Hawkstone cider tasted acidic.

The former Top Gear host recently put out a public notice that a certain batch of his Hawkstone cider might “explode” when opened. Clarkson wrote to Twitter:

“F**k f**k f**k f**k f**k f**k. There’s been a massive cock up and as a result, there’s a very slim chance, some of our Hawkstone CIDER bottles might, there’s no easy way of saying this, explode. If the cap has the code L3160, open it underwater, pour it away and get in touch for a refund. [email protected]

“Really sorry about this but on the upside, the beer is fine and still delicious. As is the cider, in bottles that are unaffected. Which is almost all of them.”

Clarkson later posted another reminder to fans to return the cider if the code matches. He posted:

“This is important. If you have any Hawkstone cider at home, please please please check the cap. If it has the code L3160, e-mail us at [email protected] for help and advice. Do not handle the bottles unless you are wearing protective clothing and goggles.”

One fan commented on the message explaining that they had drunk one of the affected ciders and it had tasted “acidic”. However, this clearly didn’t go down well with the Clarkson’s Farm host as he quickly responded, writing:

“The cider would not taste acidic. It’s fine.”

It seems to be that only ciders matching up to the code L3160 have been affected and the others should all be as normal.

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