Mingles has come under much scrutiny after failing three alcohol compliance checks by the Cheyenne Police Department last year. Every establishment in Cheyenne that sells alcohol is subject to at least two every year and city ordinance says you cannot fail three in one year.
"Mingles fell under that. They had two in the package store and one in their bar. So basically an underage buyer went to the counter, two cases weren't asked for an ID and one were, but they looked at it and then just served," said Office Steve Neisen, Alcohol Enforcement Officer.
The third offense came shortly after Mingles management had a meeting with Cheyenne Police to discuss the problem.
Even more disappointing for Cheyenne City Council members is that Mingles only has a staff of 12 people that serve alcohol.
"So three, a third of your employees failed is what it comes down to? That's not good," said Jim Brown, City Councilman Ward III.
Managing partner and co-owner, Owen Groshart, says they're trying to make strides to discourage this behavior from their employees.
"We have a program that came out to where I made everybody sign something saying that they get caught not asking for ID from anybody, they're instantly fired on the spot," Groshart said.
Groshart made a major decision after the meeting, one he hopes will bring a change at his bar.
"At this point in time we are going to close our doors this weekend and re-train all of our employees. Friday, Saturday and Sunday the bar will be closed," Groshart said.
It's a step in the right direction, but city council is considering taking further action.
"There's also the possibility of looking at the suspension of a license until we take everything that we heard into account tonight then that decision can be made by the council," said Georgia Broyles, City Councilwoman Ward III.
If city council decides in favor of a resolution to suspend or revoke Mingles' liquor license, the case would then go to district court.