SLO Brew’s alcohol license suspended for 20 days

Posted at 5:17 PM, Jul 18, 2019
and last updated 2019-07-18 22:30:46-04

The Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) said SLO Brew’s alcohol license has been suspended as of Thursday.

SLO Brew cannot sell or serve alcohol for 20 days not that its alcohol license got suspended.

The notice lasts for 20 days and means SLO Brew cannot sell or serve alcohol during that time, but the restaurant can still serve food.

SLO Brew’s alcohol license was suspended Thursday.

ABC said SLO Brew’s license was suspended based on accusations that an underage person was allowed to consume alcohol on the property in May 2018. ABC said it does not know if they sold alcohol to the 18-year-old but it believes the business had knowledge that an 18-year-old patron was consuming alcohol at the business.

As of Thursday afternoon, signs were posted on the windows at SLO Brew notifying people that their alcohol license was suspended.

SLO Brew was closed Thursday after it got a notice that its alcohol license got suspended. KSBY Photo.

SLO Brew on Higuera St. was closed as of Thursday afternoon.

KSBY has reached out to SLO Brew but they have not returned our call.

A SLO Brew Rock employee told KSBY that they are opened and are selling alcohol.