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The following paragraphs have been marked trivia for a long time and are probably not sufficiently relevant to the article:

The largest Feuerzangenbowle in the world.

"Feuerzangenbowle is a traditional drink of the German student fraternities who also call it "Krambambuli" because of the similar color of this deep-red liquor.

"The largest Feuerzangenbowle of all time was prepared in December 2005 at the Isartor in Munich. 9000 litres were brewed in an oversized copper cauldron. The earnings were donated to charity.

"The most southern Feuerzangenbowle was served at the British research station Halley in Antarctica by a German Winterer in 2007. (The German Antarctic Station 'Neumayer' is north of Halley.)"

--EnOreg (talk) 22:23, 10 August 2008 (UTC)