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db‘s brief round up of drinks headlines that should be on your radar.

ABC reports that Dubai has relaxed its alcohol laws and will now allow tourists to buy drinks in state-controlled stores, as the United Arab Emirates saw the first drop in alcohol sales by volume in a decade.

Thrillist has news that beer brand Miller Lite will offer free beer to people who UN-follow its Facebook or Instagram accounts.

Speaking of free beer, one crafty office worker received 85 free cans of beer after taping a sign to his window at work appealing for donations, reports the Independent.

In fine dining, acclaimed restaurant La Rosa Nautica in Lima, Peru, was fined the equivalent of US$62,000 by the National Institute for the Defense of Free Competition and the Protection of Intellectual Property over gender discrimination. The Takeout reports the restaurant was offering two separate menus to men and women, one with prices next to the dishes, and one without...

 

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