barrel maker

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Noun1.barrel maker - a craftsman who makes or repairs wooden barrels or tubsbarrel maker - a craftsman who makes or repairs wooden barrels or tubs
artisan, journeyman, artificer, craftsman - a skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft
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In 1863, an old-established cooper, or barrel maker, moved into the building.
A trio of French wine lovers - a vineyard manager, a barrel maker and an oyster farmer - teamed up to test the myth, above and below water.
It is aged 15 months in new French oak, using barrels made by Angelo Gaia's barrel maker - showing the benefits of having Zonin in your corner.
In part, Wohrl's adaptations pay indirect tribute to the skills of the barrel maker.
But barrel maker Pete Coates, who has a workshop in Ffynnongroyw near Holywell, has lifted the lid on his ancient art to explain why he enjoys it.
I can't tell you how long it's been since America had an experienced barrel maker as Secretary of Defence.
Many of those associated with officially recognized trades (tailor, barrel maker, carpenter, shoemaker, jeweler--to name a few) must have had shops in which they, the licence holders, and their families worked.
Overlooking Studebaker's wagon and carriage-making years, she says he began as a wheel barrel maker but "near the turn of the century, changed from one wheel to four" to make autos.
following its recent purchase of screw and barrel maker Flite Technology, Inc.
Believe it or not, this is the moment every barrel maker waits for: the end of a four year apprenticeship and recognition of their skills from existing masters of the art.