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November 14, 2012

Judge revokes bar's low-point beer license

Ada —  



   An Ada bar’s permit to sell low-point beer was recently revoked because the bar allowed minors into an area where the beer was sold, according to Pontotoc County District Court records.

Assistant District Attorney John W. Hubbard filed an application to revoke Outlaws Saloon’s low-point beer permit in mid-September, based on allegations the bar had violated a state law banning bars from allowing minors to drink low-point beer on the premises. 

District Judge Tom Landrith issued an order revoking the permit.

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