At 11 a.m. today, Friday, a popular Brookline Boulevard watering hole will be shut down, according to an article published Thursday by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
According to the Post-Gazette report, Allegheny County sheriff's deputies were ordered to shut down Brookline Pub for failure to pay drink taxes.
County Treasurer John Weinstein told the Post-Gazette that the pub's operators owe more than $50,000 in overdue drink taxes.
An employee of Brookline Pub told Dormont-Brookline Patch that the pub owners and employees could not comment on the matter at this time.
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