Definition of ale conner in English:

ale conner

noun

historical
  • An officer appointed by a court leet or other local authority to test for the assize the ale brewed (and sometimes the bread baked) in his or her jurisdiction.

Origin

Middle English; earliest use found in Close Roll, 16 Edward I. From ale + conner.

Pronunciation

ale conner

/ˈeɪlˌ ˈkɒnə/