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Production Brewer Wanted - Raleigh, NC

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  • Production Brewer Wanted - Raleigh, NC

    Position: Production Brewer (Full Time)

    Big Boss Brewing Company (Raleigh, NC) is looking for a talented production brewer to join our team. Founded in 2007, Big Boss is one of the oldest breweries in Raleigh. We brew an eclectic mix of beers for distribution throughout North Carolina and to serve our taproom guests. The brewer role will be responsible for all aspects of brewing, cellar work and fulfillment of distributor orders. Full Job description below.

    Self motivated and driven for success
    Accountable (own your mistakes - we are human)
    Honest and respectful of others
    Pride in work place - clean and organized
    Challenge the status quo - continually looking to improve
    Motivate peers and take a team mentality

    Brewhouse Operation - all aspects of wort production: milling, mashing, boiling, grain-out, brewing house vessel clean-in-place (CIP), daily and accurate record keeping.
    Cellar work - Dry hopping, centrifugation.
    Packaging - keg washing, carbonating, packaging (canning), and kegging.
    QA/QC - Monitor all critical parameters during fermentation (Gravity, pH, Temp), sensory validation, carbonation, and never ending quest to keep DO levels as low as possible.
    Strict adherence to all standard operating procedures.
    Upward communication to brewery director on all KPI deviations.
    Maintenance of all brewing equipment with monthly reporting on any equipment that needs attention.
    Raw materials inventory management (ingredients and some packaging materials)
    Other duties as assigned

    2+ years experience brewing in a commercial production facility.
    Timely, self motivated, and accountable.
    Hot Side and Cold Side experience.
    Some lab experience beneficial, but not required.
    Professional and polite demeanor.
    Basic understanding of TTB and FDA requirements
    Basic understanding of brewing industry standards
    Ability to perform multiple operations simultaneously and excellent time management.
    Collaborative and able to receive feedback from management.
    Flexible schedule required (nights, weekends, early mornings).
    Sales and Marketing Support Required as needed
    Driven to hit deadlines and proactively providing upward feedback to management when timelines are in question
    Dependable transportation

    Work Environment:
    Ability to work in a non-climate controlled environment for 8-10 hours.
    Ability to lift 50lbs or maneuver full kegs (170lbs).
    Ability to safely handle chemicals and work around steam and high voltages.
    Fork Lift Experience in tight spaces a plus
    Work in non-climate controlled environment

    Competitive wages based on experience.
    Paid Time off and Company Holidays
    Monthly beer allowance
    Discounts on Merch

    Send resume, references, and cover letter to Include the following in your cover letter:

    What does production brewing mean to you?
    What are the most important aspects of making great beer to you?
    What is your most memorable experience as a brewer?