January 5, 2009
The keg is tapped at the Oasis

In this latest installment of local restaurant closures, the Sacramento Brewing Company's Oasis (7811 Madison Ave., Citrus Heights) closed today after 13 years of serving beers. This news was passed along in an e-mail from Peter Hoey, the brewmaster at Sacramento Brewing Company. But not all is lost for beer aficionados. The Town and Country location remains open (2713 El Paseo Lane, Sacramento) and the brewery's distrubution will continue throughout the Sacramento area, southern California and the San Francisco Bay Area.

"While closing the one restaurant is not good it is allowing us to focus on our brewpub and continue to serve our local community tasty craft beer," said Hoey in an e-mail.

For more information, including what to do if you purchased a keg from the Oasis, check out the Sacramento Brewing Company's blog.

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