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  • Cellarperson-StormBreaker Brewing

    StormBreaker Brewing Mississippi
    Cellarperson (35-40 hrs/week on avg)
    Open Hours-5:00am-until finished-(Normal start time 7:00-8:00am typical shift 8-9hrs)
    Sunday-Thurs availability ideal

    Email Resume to

    Day to Day Operations:
    Organize keg coolers, ensuring all beer is rotated with oldest kegs first to be tapped and oldest bottles in front (first in first out)
    Assist with running canning line
    Scrub and clean all, but not limited to, the following: floors, walls and drains, outsides of fermenters, glycol lines, brew deck, spent grain area
    Maintain accurate grain, hop, and weekly packaged beer inventory
    Accurately weigh grain and salts for upcoming brews
    Help with set up, tear down and operation of on-premise events
    Able to work off premise tasting events
    Keg washing when needed, cleaning tanks, racking beer, work in cold rooms, cleaning beer lines
    Willingness to take direction
    Raw materials receipt, storage and retrieval for brewing
    Dry hopping the prescribed amounts of hops to a designated fermenter via the top port of the tank
    Yeast management, including the harvesting and/or pitching of yeast from the prescribed fermenter/brink while following sanitary procedures
    Transfer beer between tanks in prescribed fashion
    Follow established procedures to clean the Brewhouse, fermenters, brite tanks, and other areas
    Safely handle cleaning chemicals, and using the prescribed amount for each task
    Transfer beer from fermenter to brite tank in a sanitary manner under balanced pressure
    Apply the correct pressure and volume of compressed CO2 gas to brite tanks for carbonation and displacement of beer as it is being packaged
    Use the associated equipment to fill or empty wooden casks, kegs, barrels, etc., and safely moving vessels on their storage rack with a forklift
    General cleaning of horizontal, vertical and sub-grate surfaces
    Be a team player and able to interact with all levels within the organization
    Adhere to and enforce all applicable local, state and federal laws, rules, and regulations
    Other tasks as needed

    Must be 21 years of age or older at the time of application
    Able to pass a post-offer, pre-employment background check
    Must have clean driving record
    Basic understanding of the brewing process
    Comfortable driving 20’ cargo van
    Minimum 1 year of commercial production brewery experience required
    Morning, afternoon, evening, weekend, and holiday availability required (Sunday will be every week)
    Able to work until all tasks are completed for the day, which may require longer hours
    Strong work ethic and self-starting attitude
    Strong interpersonal skills and a love for meeting and interacting with people
    Thorough attention to detail and desire to take initiative
    Must be able to listen to and perform all instruction and direction to completion
    Must adhere to company’s policies and procedures
    Desire to work in a fast-paced, growing company

    Able to stand for prolonged periods
    Able to stoop, crawl, twist, turn, lift, kneel, climb ladders and stairs
    Able to manipulate valves and clamps
    Able to read and follow written English instructions
    Able to regularly lift/carry 44-pound boxes
    Able to regularly lift/carry 55-pound bags above waist level
    Able to regularly twist, turn, kneel, climb, stoop, bend, crawl, lift and carry supplies and equipment weighing up to 75 pounds using appropriate techniques and tools
    Able to lift/move 165 pounds with appropriate equipment and/or assistance
    Able to comply with safe chemical handling procedures, including personal protection equipment such as gloves and goggles
    Able to both work and thrive in a high-stress environment
    Able to work in a factory/production environment which may be loud, slick, humid, cold, and hot (below 35 degrees and up to 100+ degrees)
    Able to work in indoor and outdoor environments with moderate noise and occasionally slippery floors
    Able to comply with and enforce all health, safety, and personal hygiene policies and standards
    OLCC and Food Handlers Permit Required
    Knee high, steel toe brewing boots required

    Benefits Include
    401 K plan available after 6 months of employment with 3% match
    Yearly Boot Allowance

    Free Shift Beers
    Free Beer off Shift
    Free Shift Meal
    25% off wine, liquor and food off shift-for Employees plus significant other, 50% off beer for significant other when with employee as a patron.
    Free Brewery merchandise available
    Brewery cost keg pricing available
    Last edited by RobStormBreaker; 12-12-2022, 03:35 PM.