Drink Offerings

Boyd’s Bible Dictionary:

The pouring of a small quantity of wine on the daily morning and evening sacrificial lamb (Ex. 29:40; Lev. 23:18).

Concise Bible Dictionary:

See OFFERINGS.

From Manners and Customs of the Bible:

Leviticus 23:18. They shall be for a burnt offering unto the Lord, with their meat offering, and their drink offerings.
Accompanying other offerings was the drink offering, which consisted of a certain quantity of wine, proportioned to the nature of the sacrifice. This was taken by the priest, and poured out like the blood at the foot of the altar of burnt offering. For a bullock, half a hin (five pints) of wine was used; for a ram, a third of a hin; and for a lamb or kid, a fourth of a hin. See {vi 4158-4166}Numbers 15:4-12. In the temple service the pouring out of the wine of the drink offering at the morning and evening sacrifice was the signal for the priests and Levites to begin their song of praise to God.