We’re growing and we need your help.
Last month we celebrated the one year anniversary of getting the keys to our own space. As we continue to grow as a company, we need assistance in the brewery. The ideal fit would be someone with brewery production experience who could support our Head Brewer, Mark Borowski.
Before we get into the specifics of this position, we’d love to introduce ourselves briefly… We’re dreamers. Four years ago, we envisioned a way to pursue our passions, contribute to Manitoban culture, and build something special. That vision was a brewery which would become our love letter to Manitoba. To honour our province’s past as we shaped its future, we named it Nonsuch. Today, our focus lies beyond the beer – honouring people’s entire experience. From the little moments to the big celebrations we should all savour – the times worth remembering. Therein lies the heart of everything we do. We believe in making moments.
Opportunity to grow
As our young company grows, new positions develop for our Nonsuch family members. These opportunities are both linear (such as moving from ‘assistant brewer’ to ‘brewer’) and lateral (shifting into other parts of the business.)
Assistant Brewer & Cellar Master
Primary Responsibilities and Duties
Production of Beer
Prepare, clean, and troubleshoot brewing equipment
Assist Head Brewer with brewing and quality control
Provide detailed feedback on existing recipes
Cellaring & Packaging
Manage cellar – carbonation, transfers, etc.
Clean, prepare, and manage kegs
Assist with canning and bottling
Ship and receive various goods
Manage packaged inventory
Communicate updates with team members
Mechanical knowledge and aptitude
Ability to lift a 63 kg keg and work full days in a physically demanding environment
Availability to occasionally work evenings and weekends
At least 18 years experience being alive
Passion for beer, thirst to connect with people, and a love for Winnipeg
Nice to Have
Experience in a professional production brewery
Homebrew experience – Following existing recipes and formulating / conceptualizing new recipes
Ability to speak French
Knowledge of Beer Judge Certification or Cicerone programs
The brewery assistant position begins at 15$ an hour.
As mentioned above, this position could possibly lead into other career opportunities both linear (such as moving from ‘assistant brewer’ to ‘brewer’) and lateral (shifting into other parts of the business.)
How to Apply
Please send your resumé and a cover letter before Wednesday, July 17th to help us understand why you believe you’re the right fit to Family@Nonsuch.beer