Apparently these bottles are experiencing secondary fermentation in the bottle and they are exploding because of over carbonation.
The company quickly decided to remove the Swill bottles from store shelves and to offer full refunds to those who have bought it.
10 Barrel owner Garrett Wales says all the rest of their beer products are fine.
"The Swill itself is an entirely different brewing process. It's very unique, very different, so all our other brewers we stand behind, there's no problem whatsoever."
If you are seeking a refund you can notify 10 Barrel by emailing them at email@example.com or by calling the phone number on the 10 Barrel website.