Kensington Club has liquor license temporarily suspended

Colin MacLean
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Anyone looking to get a beer at the Kensington Club between today and Sunday morning will be out of luck. 

The club has had its liquor license suspended until 9 a.m. on Sunday for a violation of the Liquor Control Act Regulations.

In its notice to media, the PEI Liquor Control Commission cites a breach of the following section of the regulation as the reason for the suspension:

"A licensee shall not sell or supply any liquor on his licensed premises to or for any person who is apparently in an intoxicated condition."

Organizations: Kensington Club, Liquor Control Commission

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  • left winger
    January 11, 2013 - 12:43

    Not before time!! One person they used to serve has gone away for six years.

  • Tar Bender
    January 11, 2013 - 07:30

    One very small step inthis province to keep the drunks off the roads, great job!

  • K Clubber
    January 10, 2013 - 13:54

    I was at the Club that night. No one served the drunk guy, he snuck in when the doorman stepped away from the door, and sat at a table and a friend bought him a beer. When the bartender saw the drunk guy, he was asked to leave and shown to the door.

  • Not enough
    January 10, 2013 - 12:40

    Heavy fine and longer suspention and termination of employ that served the impared person.

  • Dev
    January 10, 2013 - 12:11

    Wow, someone must of got on the wrong side of the inspector. I've bumped into the liquor inspector while cross eyed hammered, bought a drink and had him hold it for me while I attempted to tie my shoes.

  • boooozed
    January 10, 2013 - 11:28

    Pretty sure every bar under the sun in guilty of this every weekend....Funny how they just pick one pub every now and then to give their big neon infraction signs to. Probably some sort of quota system they need to meet.

    • outraged
      January 11, 2013 - 09:18

      I don't think that people are getting the point here. It is the job description of the bar tender,door staff and any other person that works in that establishment to make sure that the people in there are not too drunk. If that person was to fall on their premesis or get in their car or even god forbid drink to the excess that they die from alcohol poisioning, then the bar that allowed that to happen would be liable.