Cooper

(redirected from cooperage)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
  • all
  • noun
  • verb

Synonyms for Cooper

United States industrialist who built the first American locomotive

Synonyms

United States film actor noted for his portrayals of strong silent heroes (1901-1961)

United States novelist noted for his stories of American Indians and the frontier life (1789-1851)

a craftsman who makes or repairs wooden barrels or tubs

make barrels and casks

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
Meanwhile, The Cooperage reputedly had its own ghosts.
Having purchased a 50 percent interest in the cooperage in 2000, Silver Oak saw full ownership as an opportunity to maintain exacting barrel-making standards and secure a consistent supply of aged stave wood.
Later I traveled to the Brown-Forman Cooperage in Louisville, where the company "raises" nearly 600,000 barrels per year, all used for its own brands.
Barring the Cooperage Stadium, the KSFA Stadium and the JLN Stadium in Guwahati, all the other stadiums hosted ISL matches in the first edition.
Within the next few weeks, the cooperage is expected to make about 700 barrels per day out of wood from nearby stave mills owned by the company, and is projected to employ more than 200 workers when it reaches full capacity.
Jack Daniel's Cooperage makes barrels for Brown-Forman, Its parent company and America's largest spirits and wine company.
Sadly, a number of those pubs are now deceased; tragically the Haymarket was bulldozed, the Cooperage is boarded-up, the Globe has been demolished and the Mitre became the set for Byker Grove.
And in Glasgow, a further 140 jobs were lost at Port Dundas Distillery and Dundashill cooperage and 30 were axed at Shieldhall packaging plant.
She will be looking after office, retail and leisure space at schemes around the country, in addition to managing new schemes currently under construction including the redevelopment of Park Hill in Sheffield and New Cooperage, part of the Royal William Yard scheme in Plymouth.
From there the whisky makers will be involved in making casks at the cooperage, laying down casks for maturation and rolling casks to the warehouse.
Brandon's Bourbon will be made from 100 percent Arkansas corn and wheat and aged in charred white-oak barrels made by Gibbs Brothers Cooperage Co.
Follow the world-famous Malt Whisky Trail through Speyside to seven working distilleries, including a fascinating cooperage and a historic distillery.
Unite is leading the fight to halt Diageo's plans to close its historic Johnnie Walker site in Kilmarnock, close its distillery and cooperage at Port Dundas, slash jobs at its bottling plant in Glasgow and transfer its drivers at the Hurlford and Elgin plants to a third party on poorer terms.
But the Port Dundas cooperage and distillery in Glasgow is also set to close, leading to an additional 200 job losses.
Around 140 jobs will be lost when the distillery and its adjacent Dundashill Cooperage close, although Diageo is hoping to relocate some staff to a new cooperage in central Scotland.