Council bosses in Carlisle have revoked the licence of a rural pub after complaints about rowdy behaviour and loud music.
The decision was taken following concerns about Longtown's Globe Tavern from Cumbria Police and environmental health officers.
Premises licence holder Drew Brown also had his licence revoked after a hearing at Carlisle Civic Centre.
Mr Brown and pub owner Trowbridge-based Pubfolio, have 21 days to appeal.
The premises can continue trading pending any appeal.
A city council spokesman said: "Carlisle City Council's environmental health section requested a review of the licence after the type and volume of music at the premises appeared to be inappropriate for the locality.
"This was proving to be causing disturbance to a number of residents living in the close vicinity of the premises.
"The council was told that despite verbal and written warnings, noise from music and customers using the pub's garden continues to disturb local householders."
Monday's hearing was also told that, over a three-month period, police had received reports of assault, criminal damage, the sale of drugs and underage drinking.
No-one from Pubfolio was available for comment.