Definition of boilermaker
1 : a worker who makes, assembles, or repairs boilers
2 : whiskey with a beer chaser
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Its happy hour is more old-school: $8 Old-Fashioneds and $7 boilermakers starring tequila and Tecate or Four Roses bourbon and a Rainier.
There are a half-dozen beer taps, plus craft beer in bottles, and there will be Cincinnati boilermakers – a shot of bourbon and a 7-ounce Little Kings Cream Ale.
Western Pennsylvania manufacturers, boilermakers, power plant workers … and miners.
The Boilermakers shouldn't be this bad and the school is in the process of pumping millions of dollars into facilities.
Besides heading his local lodge, Ventrone served on the board of the $1.2 billion Boilermakers National Annuity Trust, according to a plan description posted on the union’s website.
Liggett, who worked for 24 years as a district heating electrician and boilermaker until retiring in 2010, blames not only woefully inadequate staffing, but poor oversight of contractors and a lack of expertise and experience among workers.
After 25 years as a boilermaker, shipfitter and welder, photographer Joseph Blum knows his way around construction sites.
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