from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In German universities: A room, or sometimes a house, where beer-drinking is carried on.
- n. A beer-drinking; a carousing; a booze; especially, a semiprofessional carouse of students according to a complicated set of more or less humorous rules, which are somewhat strictly observed.
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• Kolk 3, SpandauThis is a down-to-earth, East Berlin locals' kneipe, founded in 1911.
In addition to the Indra and the Bambi Kino, Hempel's tours typically take in the Top Ten club (where the band played those 98 nights in a row in 1961), the Gretel & Alfons kneipe (pub) where they used to like to drink and the Kaiserkeller (still a functioning music venue).
This, which appeared as a grand flight of genial genius to a German, speedily went through all the students '_kneipe_, and soon appeared, very well illustrated, in the "_F.
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