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wine bell

Earlier cultivated custom to ring a bell (also beer bell, long bell, last bell) at a certain time of the day. Mostly this took place between seven and nine o'clock in the evening. That was the sign, not one Wine (Alcohol) to be allowed to pour more or even for the locking of the taverns and the invitation to the guests to go home. This was handled locally differently and was often limited to a certain period of the year. See also below Customs in viticulture,

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