Name (or even Umgeld Ohmgeld locally and also Böspfennig) for a former consumption and sales tax on wine and other alcoholic drinks such as beer and spirits. She was from 13 Century in Switzerland, Austria and Germany is widespread. Sometimes it was extended to include foods such as salt, grain or meat. In practice, the amount of Ungeldes before unloading and cellaring of wine barrels was the "wine Sticher" set, as he rose with a measuring rod in the barrel and fill the wine container. The set was then incorporated by Ungeld "Ungelder (Ungelter)". This was, however, local differences, there were often combines both functions in one person. Gradually this developed into a Ungeld associated with the tavern serving legal control. The Ungeld was very unpopular, and sometim...You see a shortened form of description. The full description is reserved for our subscribers.