cellarman

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cellarman

(ˈsɛləmən)
n, pl -men
a person in charge of a cellar where wine or beer is stored
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At the same time, Hughie Aitchison formed his Benecia Jazz Band, which later became the Cellarmen.
By mid-January, the pantomime was making a profit and any staff involved in working or maintaining the pantomime (such as the cellarmen working the harlequinade traps) were paid against house income.
The cellarmen complained about the ladies' foul language.
You need an experienced cellarmen to look after the likes of Draught Bass and Marston's Pedigree.
I've written a long comic poem, not to be published, to keep the uttermost cellarmen of depression away and to prevent my doing crosswords,' Dylan Thomas wrote to Vernon Watkins in April 1946.
The Toon's head cellarman, Ed Jefferson, and cellarmen Lee Baker and Nick Johnston were also shortlisted for an award following an incident when they came to the aid of a driver trapped in the tailgate of the delivery truck he had been driving.