Brewery Cellar Person

Job Responsibilities to include, but not limited to:

• Must be flexible and willing to work nights and weekends
• Schedule requirement- based upon production, must have flexibility throughout the week and available to work a 10-hour shift
• CIP cycle of all fermenters, lager, and bright tanks
• Centrifuge operation and CIP
• Yeast handling including cropping, storing, and pitching
• Product transfers
• Product dry-hopping
• Maintaining a sanitary and organized environment
• Kegging
• Keg washing
• In line carbonating process
• Quality control testing and reporting
• Brink CIP and sanitization
• Line CIP and sanitization
• Cellar maintenance and cleaning
• Individual will be required to work with other team members to ensure that brewery operations are carried out properly and effectively

Knowledge-Skills Requirements:

• Strong sense of organization
• Ability to safely and properly handle and administer chemicals
• Motivated and detail oriented
• Maintain professional attitude at work while representing 49th State Brewing Company outside the brewery
• Mechanical intuition
• Ability to work well in a team environment and independently
• Passion for the brewing industry and creating quality beer
• Embody 49th State Brewing Company’s core values
Physical Requirements:
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, climb, stoop, kneel, crouch
• The employee must regularly lift more than 50 pounds and maneuver 175 pounds. Forklift operation experience a plus.
• Employee may be exposed to temperature changes, wet or humid conditions, noise, vibrations, and other brew production-related hazards when in the brew production and storage areas.
• Work in small and confined spaces.
• Work on feet for several hours, including entire shift if necessary.
• Work safely with chemicals with reasonable safety accommodations.

Please send a resume to: sschell@nhgalaska.com