April 28, 2011 by Crafty Pint
As more and more Aussies start drinking craft beer, the number of breweries is growing and many established breweries are expanding. As such, they need more brewers to help get the beer out the door. There are some pretty sweet sounding jobs going at the minute so we thought we should let you know:
Assistant Brewer â The Monk
The Monk Brewery & Kitchen, Fremantle, is on the lookout for a beer lover to assist the Head Brewer in brewing operations. The Monk brewery is a six hectolitre DME System, and operation has a strong hands on approach. Experience in Microbrewing is valued but not necessary, as education and training can be included in the role. Remuneration will vary according to experience.
The successful applicant will display traits including
Â· High attention to detail,
Â· Ability to plan and execute set tasks,
Â· A creative mind and a keenness to learn,
Â· The ability to accurately maintain records,
Â· and a love of all things beer.
The position would initially be part-time, with the availability of bar / floor work if more hours are required (Subject to suitable hospitality experience). A successful winter period, should see the role develop into a full time position for the summer of 2011/2012 and beyond.
Interested applicants should send a covering letter and resume through to:
Justin Fox – firstname.lastname@example.org
According to head brewer Brad Rogers: “We’re pretty busy up here … I’m looking for more help.”
If you’d like to join the team and brew at Byron Bay, here’s the details:
Brewing Team Member
[UPDATE 01/06/2011 – Job applications now closed]
Stone & Wood has been taking a fresh approach to brewing hand crafted beer in one of the greatest places on earth. In line with our expansion plans we are increasing the capacity of our brewery in the coming months. To support our on-going growth we are looking to build a strong and competent brewing team and are now looking for another enthusiastic person to join our team. If you are a good communicator with a positive attitude, have operational experience in a craft brewery, and youâre interested in joining a rapidly growing business, then drop me a line.
Contact Brad Rogers: email: email@example.com or phone: 0417 523 185
Moo Brew has just moved to an impressive new brewery to significantly increase production and will still be using the former brewery for occasional limited release brews.
Head brewer Owen Johnston says:
Moo Brew is looking for a skilled brewer to join the team. We are looking for a person with five years practical experience and a strong grounding in microbiology and QC/QA. We are a small team, so you will need to be a good communicator with a positive attitude. If this sounds good, including the move to Hobart, then get in touch.
Contact Owen Johnston: email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 0400 126 015