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Facility: Blaker Brewing the Tarmac
Address: 1930 Airdrome Entry, Atwater, CA

The most recent inspection of this food facility resulted in a rating of
Good (Total Points: 1.00)
0-6  Points: Good
7-13 Points: Satisfactory
14+  Points: Unsatisfactory
Rating on date 12-19-2019: Good (Total Points: 0.00)
DateViolationPointsCorrectionInspector CommentsFacility Area
12-19-2019 No violations were noted during this inspection. 0.00 This food facility currently meets California Retail Food Code requirements, and is authorized by the Merced County Division of Environmental Health to be open for business. The permit is issued to the current business owner of record and is non-transferable. No violations noted for this section. 0102 FOOD ESTAB. W/FOOD PREP 50-149 SEATS


Rating on date 12-19-2019: Good (Total Points: 1.00)
DateViolationPointsCorrectionInspector CommentsFacility Area
12-19-2019 The walls / ceilings shall have durable, smooth, nonabsorbent, light-colored, and washable surfaces. All floor surfaces, other than the customer service areas, shall be approved, smooth, durable and made of nonabsorbent material that is easily cleanable. Approved base coving shall be provided in all areas, except customer service areas and where food is stored in original unopened containers. Food facilities shall be fully enclosed. All food facilities shall be kept clean and in good repair. (114065, 114067, 114069, 114175, 114143, 114257, 114259.2, 114266, 114268, 114268.1, 114271, 114272) 1.00 All food facilities shall be kept clean, fully operative, and in good repair. Floor surfaces in all areas in which food is prepared, packaged or stored, where any utensil is washed, where refuse or garbage is stored, where janitorial facilities are located, and in all restrooms and hand washing areas shall be smooth and of durable construction and made from non absorbent material that is easily cleanable.

Each permanent food facility shall be fully enclosed in a building consisting of permanent floors, walls, and an overhead structure that meets minimum standards. Food facilities that are not fully enclosed on all sides and that are in operation on January 1, 1985, shall not be required to meet the requirements of this section until the facility is remodeled or has a significant menu change or a change in its method of operation. Full enclosure is not required for dining areas and certain other areas when approved for outdoor food services.
Observed wood surface behind the bar have insufficient sealing to make the surface nonabsorbent. Seal wood paneling to provide a smooth and easily cleanable surface.


Observed a section of the bar cabinetry that was not sealed/finished. Provide finish.
Observed the lack of a seal above the metal cove and in between the copper plates. Seal.
Observed the use of hex screws to secure the metal cove. Provide a screw that is flush to the cove to provide a easily cleanable surface.
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