Capital Brewing recently became the latest brewing company to call Canberra home. It's a sibling of sorts to Batlow Cider and now the two companies are looking to take on a "Melbourne based legend" to be their Victoria sales manager.
The Stone & Wood business continues to grow apace. And it's not just the brewing and sales teams that are expanding, with a new opportunity arising for an accountant to join the finance team.
How does working for the biggest microbrewery in Australia in the country's busiest craft beer scene sound? Stone & Wood is looking for someone to join their Road Brew and help develop the brand in Melbourne.
There won't be many breweries in Australia that can boast the location and lifestyle of the newly opened Hemingway's. It's set on the Reef Marina in Port Douglas and is seeking to expand its kitchen team by taking on a talented pizza chef.
Beer and sun-loving chefs, check this out: Hemingway's Brewery, set on the waterfront in Port Douglas, is looking for a full time chef de partie. So if you fancy joining a new business in one of Australia's most popular tourist spots, read on.
The rise of craft spirits is one that shares many parallels with that of beer. And the pioneer in the world of Australian distilleries is Tasmania's Lark. The business now produces both whisky and gin and is looking to take on two trainee distillers.
4 Pines has grown rapidly from its Manly brewpub to one of the largest and most successful breweries in Australia. As it continues to expand, the brewery is looking for a new rep to showcase its fine range of brews in and around the Brisbane market.
As its popularity continues to grow, so does Stone & Wood's team of brewers servicing its two breweries in Northern New South Wales. If you'd like to become part of that team, drop them a line as they're hiring experienced brewery professionals.
A year or two ago, Reservoir wouldn't have sprung to mind as a particularly crafty Melbourne suburb. Hawkers' incredible rise has changed that, while another new business, Regent Cellars, is carving out a niche as a fine bottleshop in the suburb too.
Eagle Bay has been welcoming people to its stunning Cape Naturaliste home since 2010 and steadily building a reputation for its beers in WA. Now it's reached the point where it's time to take on a rep. If you reckon that's the job for you, read on...