By Richie Ramos

GRASS VALLEY (CBS13) – Reports of assaults, illegal drugs and noise violations have led to a 45-day suspension for a Grass Valley brewery, the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) announced on Friday.

A notice of suspension for operating a disorderly premises was posted by ABC agents Friday at the 1849 Brewing Company along Sutton Way.

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The license suspension prohibits alcohol sales at the brewery for the entirety of the 45 days.

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The suspension is a result of a nearly year-and-a-half investigation, beginning in May 2019, into several reports of fights, assaults, public urination, illegal drugs, public drunkenness and several noise complaints from the nearby neighborhood, the ABC said.

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The ABC said the owners of the brewery signed a stipulation and waiver agreement and accepted the suspension.