TULSA - The Oklahoma ABLE Commission cracked down on a south Tulsa brewery Tuesday afternoon.
Agents say Pi Pizzeria and Craft Beer House is only licensed to make and sell low-point beer, but some customers complained it's too strong.
"Through the sampling process, we sent those samples to the lab and did determine they were making an alcoholic beverage, not low-point beer," said Erik Smoot, ABLE Commission agent.
The agents seized everything Pi used to make and brew its product.
They say the manager is being charged with making and selling strong beer without a license.
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