Brewmaster / Production Manager

PUB276758

About this role

We’re hiring a Brewmaster/Production Manager for our client, a Canadian beverage company, located in Stellarton, NS. A relocation allowance is available for the right candidate.

Responsibilities

  • The Brewmaster’s responsibilities will include working with other team members to build a strong productive brewery and great beer. You must be able to manage the other team members in your area, build rapport with suppliers, maintain accurate records and ensure consistent quality product.
  • Any experience in the brewing or distilling industry is an asset, however preference will be given to someone with 3-5 years experience brewing at a production level. The Brewmaster will also be head of production on all carbonated beverages, working closely with the Head of Production to manage a collaborative team and coordination of packaging runs.
  • To be successful, Brewmasters must possess excellent communication skills; be passionate, thorough, creative, and quick on their feet. The ideal Brewmaster will have extensive knowledge about the brewing process and quality control, while always prioritizing quality, cleanliness and safety.
  • Improving and creating unique craft beer recipes
  • Sourcing quality ingredients
  • Maintaining a clean brewery
  • Testing beer and making adjustments to maintain and improve final product
  • Managing Brewing Team and resources effectively
  • Maintaining accurate records and inventory
  • Working with other departments to manage beer grain to glass

Requirements

Requirements

  • Strong work ethic and understanding of brewery skills, operations, and quality control processes.
  • 3-5 years brewing experience, or combination of education and experience
  • Understands and follows all safety standards.
  • Has the physical abilities to be able to lift, move and carry grains, hoses, and equipment up to 55 pounds all while maintaining proper safety standards.
  • Have the ability to move full one-half barrel kegs safely.
  • Production brewing experience an asset
  • Previous experience operating a canning line considered a definite asset
  • Brewing related Education preferred
  • Experience Distilling a major asset
  • Passion for Beer and quality
  • Ability to Develop quality recipes
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Organized and attentive to details

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Any questions remaining?

Your consultant, Monnatha Grego is happy to clarify anything about this vacancy. When reaching out, use the pub number:
PUB276758

Account manager

Monnatha Grego
Brunel Canada - Calgary
m.grego@brunel.net

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