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- n. One who, or that which, pours.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who pours.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which pours.
Providing you use the same brand of pourer, that is.
Springer said stadiums that have used the system have gone from using eight beer pourers for every two cashiers to having one beer pourer for every eight cashiers.
It has tacitly become understood that serious bartenders use jiggers, and the rest free pour, which is pouring from the bottle through a speed pourer straight into the drink glass or the shaker or mixing glass, and measuring by counting silently to yourself until you've poured the requisite amount.
If one doesn't know how to free pour, get an empty bottle, fill it with water, and put a speed pourer on it and practice until you nail it.
The cops led away the coffee pourer, with drums beating in the background, the Constitution's chorus.
I'm also a water pourer and co-founder of the San Fernando Sweat Lodge Circle with ceremonial forays into other tribal lands of the U.S. as well as Chihuahua, Oaxaca, Guatemala, and Peru.
At Arcadian Estate I sampled their cherry fruit wine, and when the pourer brought it out, she grabbed a bowl of dark chocolate to go with it.
The only thing missing was a little Italian music; when I was there the pourer noted that sometimes they forget to play music.
That issue can quickly be remedied by an educated tasting room pourer.
If even a wine geek is perplexed by the offerings, it helps to have a pourer who can answer questions.
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