Senior Brewer 

Responsibilities and duties

  • Able to brew independently following training on our equipment
  • Looking after fermentation, conditioning and transfers.
  • Cleaning of Brewery and warehouse
  • Kegging, Canning, Bottling, labelling, packaging as required.
  • Back up to Head Brewer where required
  • Keg washing and cleaning as required
  • Helping out at Craft beer festivals
  • Line cleaning, tap installation when required
  • Assist the team in putting together craft beer recipes
  • Other as required in any small team

The above list is not exhaustive, and you will be expected to be flexible in the role and carry out alternative tasks as reasonably required by the Company.

What we offer

  • At HOPE Beer we brew, can, bottle and keg our beers in house using our own equipment
  • State of the art Brewing and packaging equipment
  • Conveniently located in Kilbarrack, Dublin 5, just 200 m from Howth Junction Dart station
  • A small and friendly team of 8 people, 4 in the Brewery and 4 in Sales, Distribution, Marketing and Administration
  • Small pilot brew kit to try recipes and produce special festival beer
  • Support with any brewing qualifications
  • Chance to use your creativity and skills as we continuously look to improve our beers, our processes and our quality

What do we want

  • Passion for Craft beer
  • Ideally a Min. 2 years experience working as a Brewer in a commercial Brewery
  • Kegging, Canning and or bottling experience
  • Certificate of Brewing qualification
  • Able to drive a forklift truck
  • Good fit to the team
  • Physically able to lift 25kg bags of malt and repetitive lifting of up to 15Kg cases of beer
  • Hands on flexible person
  • Ideally a Full Clean drivers Licence

If you are interested and capable of taking on these responsibilities, please send your CV to [email protected]

Hope Beer

Hope Beer

Hope produces a core range of five beer which are available all year round as well as two seasonals and a wide range of limited-edition beers. All Hope beers are brewed, bottled, canned and kegged at Howth Junction on Dublin’s Northside See less

Related Stories

Next Post

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

I agree to the Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy.

Welcome Back!

Login to your account below

Retrieve your password

Please enter your username or email address to reset your password.