Cellarman and Shift Brewer
Our Cellarman/Shift Brewer performs responsibilities in both brewing and cellaring tasks.

This position, when operating in the cellarman role, will execute all areas of beer clarification, processing, transferring and conditioning, fermentation monitoring, fermentation and finishing vessel cleaning and maintenance, cellar equipment cleaning and maintenance, as well as beer treatments and additions. The shift brewer role works to produce the highest quality wort while closely following all standard operating procedures (SOP), from malt to fermenter.

This position will rotate through all facets of day-to-day operation, from the processing of raw materials to the processing and delivery of the final product to the packaging team. The scope of job duties includes but is not limited to brewing, cellar work, centrifuging, barrel room operation, CIP, and cleaning.
This position reports to Cellar Manager and Production Manager.



• Transferring of beer via hard and soft piping to finishing vessels
• Cleaning and maintaining fermentation and finishing vessels according to standard operating procedures
• Clarifying of beer via centrifuge or other clarifying agent (i.e. colloidal silica) according to standard operating procedures
• Record keeping of transfer yields, treatments, or different procedures done to product
• Perform lab testing on beer such as testing gravity, yeast counting, and yeast viability assessment
• Daily monitoring of fermentations
• Application of treatments such as hops, wood, or other additives according to standard operating procedures
• Troubleshoot equipment and quality issues with team
• Monitor and correct the carbonation of beer prior to packaging
• Operate cellar equipment such as pumps, centrifuge, and barrel fillers
• Continual moving, lifting, and manipulation of hoses, buckets, pumps, and other parts that require extended standing, lifting, crouching, and walking throughout shift
• Assemble and break down appropriate hose and part configuration depending on process
• Adjust fermentation vessel temperatures in accordance to standard operating procedures
• Communicate well within team
• Cleaning and maintaining cellar equipment such as centrifuge and carbonation stones.
• Uphold quality standards
• Maintenance, filling, and emptying of barrels
• Lead by example and represent Cigar City Brewing positively and responsibly at all times

Shift Brewer
• Maintain all quality standards set for the production of wort for all styles of CCB beer
• Must feel comfortable multi-tasking, while keeping a high degree of attention to detail
• The ability to carry out all wort production, CIP, and yeast pitching SOP’s
• Daily tastings of beers in process, and tasting of packaged beers at home to maintain a high degree of brand recognition
• To help out fellow team members in any way necessary, when available

Education and Certification
• Associate’s Degree or higher in related field or Trade education is preferred

Experience and Skills
• Ability to multitask and adjust to changing priorities
• Minimum of 2 years brewing and/or Cellar experience
• Ability to work varied shifts
• Proper use of PPE
• Mechanical aptitude
• Attention to detail
• Open Availability including nights, weekends and holidays.
• Must be able to lift 50 lbs, push or pull 150 lbs.
• Must be able to work on your feet for 8 hours.
• Must be able to crouch, bend, lift and reach
• Must be able to work in hot, wet and loud environment
• Must be able to work around steam, electricity, harsh chemicals and solvents

Salary and Benefits
• Rate of pay based on experience
• Health and Dental Insurance
• 401k with Company Match
• Paid Vacation
• Free Draft Beer

Equal Opportunity
Cigar City Brewing is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, or marital/familial status.

Please E-mail Resume to Jobs@cigarcitybrewing.com.