barman barman  /ˈbɑr mən/


  • (n) an employee who mixes and serves alcoholic drinks at a bar


  1. When the head barman refused to serve more, Jane hopped to another table, sipped from the glasses of its surprised occupants.
  2. Ten years ago, James Herring was the barman at the Flag and Firkin, an imposing Georgian pub a stone's throw from Watford Junction, a half-hour train ride from central London.


  1. Raise a wee dram of a fine single malt with the old man

    By Tribune-Review Every father, in candid moments, cannot help acknowledging a soft spot for a wee nip of fine Scotch whisky. Scotland native and now Pittsburgh-based barman ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Mckeesport Daily News

  2. Top ten Guinness facts - nuggets of intersting info on the perfect pint of plain

    When you walk into a bar in Ireland you could shout across at the barman and ask for a pint of plain, the good stuff, your best or Irish Mother’s milk.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Irish Central


  1. "I must say when I read some of these things I wonder where the journalists get them from," Mr Costello said. "They generally speak to somebody who's spoken to somebody, who was down the back of a pub, who heard the barman say and it...
    on Aug 13, 2007 By: Peter Costello Source:

  2. Asked if the BCCI's decision to ban cricketers aligning with the ICL was fair, Lillee said, "I've got nothing to do with any of this, I really don't know the details. But, it would seem to me that if a barman in England goes somewhere else, he can't...
    on Aug 27, 2007 By: Dennis Lillee Source: Hindu

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