New Law Lets Dogfish Head and Other Delaware Breweries Sell Beer; Minnesota Cracks Down on Ladies’ Nights

• At Dogfish Head, Delaware’s governor approves a law that lets breweries sell their beer at its point of manufacture. [News Journal]

• Bucks County caterer folds and leaves clients hanging. [6 ABC]

• Lufthansa is conducting taste tests in a flight simulator in an effort to improve the airline’s food. [WSJ]

• The United Kingdom has quietly dropped a plan to display calorie counts at chain restaurants. [Independent]

• Minnesota’s Department of Human Rights is cracking down on ladies’ night promotions, charging that they discriminate based on gender and violate the state’s Human Rights Act. [Reuters]

• To eat well at a Chinese restaurant, go on a Sunday and avoid pan-Asian spots. [Esquire]

• Kraft will more than double the amount of whole grains in Nabisco crackers. [USA Today]

• San Diego officials are mulling a ban on “floatopia” parties, wherein people drink in inner tubes just offshore. [Salon]

New Law Lets Dogfish Head and Other Delaware Breweries Sell Beer; Minnesota