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Gin, rum The Seven Stars opening menu would have felt a little short because the first distillations of both rum and gin would only take place (respectively in the Caribbean and Holland) in the mid-17th century. The minute Strange as it may seem, the hour seemed to do just fine for society until the railways came along, and suddenly everyone needed a timetable.
It was only in 1577 that a minute hand was added to a clock by a Swiss clock maker, Jost Burgi, and suddenly pubs could call time with alarming accuracy.
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