tap|ster «TAP stuhr», noun.
a person who draws beer, wine, or other alcoholic liquor from barrels, kegs, casks, or the like, to serve in a tavern or barroom.
[Old English tæppestre; (originally) feminine of tæppere; see etym. under tapper2 (Cf.tapper)]

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