A Knoxville Business Which Had it’s Beer License Suspended Goes BYOB

A Knoxville Bar, which had it’s Beer permit revoked for 60 days, is now asking customers to ”BYOB”.

A flyer posted on the door of the business states, “In lieu of having our beer permit suspended we will now be a BRING OUR OWN BEER venue.” The business announcing it will still sell food, soft drinks and liquor, “just not beer” and apologizing for any inconvenience.

The Knox County Beer Board handed down the decision last week to suspend the businesses beer permit due to multiple citations for ignoring the countywide COVID-19 curfew. The bar also received a fine of $7,000.

The fines must be paid in full before the beer permit is reinstated.

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