Miller’s Ale House in Kennesaw receives a 70% on their recent health inspection

Miller’s Ale House, located at 745 Chastain Rd NW Bldg 7000 in Kennesaw, received a score of 70 points out of a possible 100 points during their 09/08/2022 inspection by the Georgia Department of Public Health.

The violations noted by the inspector were:

Violation #1
4-2A – food stored covered
Points: 4
Corrected during inspection?: Yes
Repeat: No
Inspector Notes: Sliced onions and raw mahi filets observed stored uncovered in Walk-in Cooler. CA: Foods must be stored covered to prevent possible overhead contamination. COS: Properly covered.
Violation #2
4-2B – food-contact surfaces: cleaned & sanitized
Points: 4
Corrected during inspection?: Yes
Repeat: No
Inspector Notes: Tongs and ladles stored for use observed with heavy food debris. CA: All food contact surfaces must be kept clean. COS: Removed for cleaning.
Violation #3
5-1B – proper reheating procedures for hot holding
Points: 9
Corrected during inspection?: Yes
Repeat: Yes
Inspector Notes: Packaged Mashed Potatoes reheated earlier in the morning observed in Warmer – Cabinet (since 9:00) at 113 F. Packaged French Onion Soup reheated earlier in the morning observed in Warmer – Cabinet (since 10:30) observed at 110 F. CA: TCS foods reheated for hot holding must reheat to proper temperature within 2 hours. COS: Mashed Potatoes discarded. French Onion Sour reheated to 167 F. COS: Discarded.
Violation #4
6-1A – proper cold holding temperatures
Points: 9
Corrected during inspection?: Yes
Repeat: Yes
Inspector Notes: Raw chicken and buttermilk in Prep Top Cooler (breading station) observed cold holding at 46 F and 52 F. Meatloaf and sliced cheese (both stacked above the fill line) in Prep 3 observed cold holding at 51 F and 57 F. Cupped Sour Cream and Butter at Wait Station observed cold holding in a container stored above ice (bottom of container did not touch ice) at 62 F and 68 F. CA: All cold holding TCS foods must remain at 41 F or lower. COS: Raw chicken, sliced cheese, and meat loaf moved to the Walk-in Cooler to cool. Buttermilk wash, cupped butter, and sour cream were discarded.
Violation #5
6-2 – proper date marking and disposition
Points: 4
Corrected during inspection?: Yes
Repeat: No
Inspector Notes: Creama prepped on 8/30 observed stored for use in Walk-in Cooler. CA: Foods that require date marking shall be discarded if it is appropriately marked with a date or day that exceeds 7 days. COS: Discarded.

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