Oak Park Brewing Co., Reopens After Failing 3 Health Inspections

Will you give them another try?

By Marilyn Nelson on May 23, 2018
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After being shut down by Sacramento County Health Inspectors for four days, the Oak Park Brewing Co. reopened for business yesterday.

During an inspection Friday, a health inspector found dozens roaches, dead and alive along with two dead mice, weevils and more than 100 rodent droppings. A follow-up inspection Saturday found more of the same. They failed again Monday. But, according to The Sacramento Bee, on Tuesday they finally passed another follow up inspection and opened their doors at 11:30 a.m.

In a Facebook post by Oak Park Brewing Co., that has since been deleted, they wrote, “In response to this incident, OPBCO has taken aggressive steps to make sure our restaurant is as safe as possible. Specifically, OPBCO conducted deep-cleaning throughout the facilities, sealed identified entry-points and are implementing improved food and grain handling and storage procedures. In addition OPBCO is adding stricter cleaning procedures, is increasing janitorial services and will be interviewing new pest control companies.”

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