Sales Manager - Southern California

To apply for this position, send your resume to lizzy.edwards@tworoadsbrewing.com
Two Roads Brewing Company in Stratford, Connecticut is looking for a Sales Manager with a deep passion for craft beer. The position will be based in Southern California and the territory will cover Los Angeles County, Orange County, San Diego County and eventual expansion in to Southern Nevada. The ideal candidate will reside in the Orange County area. Competitive salary offered based on experience.  Benefits include medical insurance, bonus, and car allowance. For consideration, please submit a resume along with a cover letter that provides information about your interest in sales, your passion for craft beer and why you are interested in “taking the road less traveled” with Two Roads.

Responsibilities

Responsibilities of the Position Include:
 
•             Retail Sales Management
•             80% of time spent in the marketplace
•             Develop close relationships with key on and off-premise accounts 
•             Achieve planned sales and distribution goals
•             Track and monitor progress in accounts
•             Promotional events management
•             Organize and represent Two Roads at beer festivals and events
•             Represent TRB at consumer-facing events with knowledge and enthusiasm
•             Plan, organize and implement events at on and off-premise accounts with focus on fostering supportive relationships with accounts
•             Conduct frequent off-premise tastings to support accounts and interact directly with consumers
•             Give direct feedback to manager and team on account progress
•             Provide management with weekly report to recap previous week and summarize plans for the upcoming week.
•             Conduct account educational training
•             Ensure proper merchandising of point of sale and display materials in the on and off premise
•             Create and maintain profiles for all accounts
•             Work with distributor craft and street team to promote sales, brand awareness and consumption
•             Execute all administrative responsibilities in a timely manner
•             Participate in distributor work-withs and crew drives
•             Coverage in all parts of territory
•             Have some fun while taking the road less traveled!
 

Qualifications

 •             Strong passion and understanding of craft beer
•             Minimum 2+ years' experience in beer/wine/liquor sales preferred
•             Candidate must reside within the territory in which they are applying for
•             Bachelor's degree preferred
•             Strong sense of urgency and commitment to achieving results
•             Self-driven, organized and willing to wear a lot of hats
•             Strong communication skills and ability to speak in front of large groups
•             Ability to become a Certified Cicerone within two years
•             Work Monday through Friday plus weekends and evenings as required
•             Availability and willingness to travel
•             Proficient in Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, and Excel
Resumes should be emailed to Lizzy Edwards – lizzy.edwards@tworoadsbrewing.com.

Events Manager

To apply for this position, send your resume to Kristen@tworoadsbrewing.com
Two Roads Brewing & Area Two Experimental Brewing are seeking an Event Manager to assist in all event activities at the brewery campus in Stratford, CT. The position reports to the Senior Event Manager. For consideration, please submit a resume along with a cover letter that provides information about your passion for event management, and why you are interested in “taking the road less traveled” with Two Roads.

Responsibilities

  • Frequent weekend work required
  • Work with Sr. Event Manager to plan, organize and execute all events held at Two Roads
  • Up-keep of public event spaces  - Hopshed & Private event spaces
  • Tour Guide training required - Must be able to give short private tours to all clients
  • Manage & track an organized and up to date P&L for all campus festival activity
  • Creating marketing communications to generate ticket sales for all special events
  • Maintain a calendar of brewery activities to insure seamless event activations
  • Insuring compliance with all state and local regulatory requirements (Health Department, Fire Marshall, Town Officials, ETC).
  • Manage large events at Two Roads Brewing
  • Occasional assistance with off-premise brewery events such as charitable functions and beer festivals. 
  • Handle distribution and budget for all donation inquires and requests
  • Maintain communication throughout the company about upcoming events
  • Create and organize employee events and happy hours
  • Create detailed run of show for each event
  • Manage and oversee Facebook event groups & all Beerfests ticketing links
  • Maintain exceptional communication with festival and production staff for day of festival details

Qualifications

  • Enthusiasm for craft beer
  • Customer service focused
  • Ability to form positive vendor & Customer Relationships
  • Enjoy a myriad of challenges
  • Willing to work into the evenings and on weekends as required to execute flawless events
  • Team oriented, pleasant personality with a sense of humor
  • Highly organized with the ability to multi-task on a wide array of projects and tasks
  • Highly creative with an ability to thrive in a fast-paced, high volume environment while being proactive, solution-oriented, motivated and able to take initiative.
  • Positions requires forging positive relationships with other departments such as sales, marketing, brewing and tasting room personnel
  • College degree required and the ability to use Microsoft Office products + Google Drive
  • 2 years’ experience working in the craft beer industry a plus
  • Management experience is a plus
Please submit your resume and cover letter to Kristen@tworoadsbrewing.com.

Benefits include medical, dental and vision insurance, employer-sponsored retirement plan, paid time off, monthly beer allowance, and annual credit for store merchandise.

Two Roads Brewing Company is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, and veteran or disability status.

Shift Brewer

To apply for this position, send your resume to HR@tworoadsbrewing.com
Two Roads Brewing Company is seeking an individual to join the brewing team. Join one of the USA’s most rapidly growing facilities. We offer tremendous learning and growth opportunities in a state-of-the-art facility producing a full range of ale, lager, barrel aged, and sour beer. Two Roads is located in the coastal New England town of Stratford, CT mid-way between New York City and Boston. 

REPORTS TO:  Lead Shift Brewer
SUPERVISES:  Lead Cellar Technician, Cellar Technicians, Raw Materials Worker

If interested, please submit your resume to HR@tworoadsbrewing.com with the subject line of Shift Brewer.


 

Responsibilities

The primary responsibility of the Shift Brewer is to oversee the production of wort in the brewhouse. The Shift Brewer must also assist the Lead Shift Brewer in the successful completion of the production schedule as a whole. The Shift Brewer must possess effective communication skills, ability to prioritize tasks and delegate responsibilities. The Shift Brewer will also possess an open personality and ambitious attitude while conducting themselves in a friendly and positive manner. The Shift Brewer will be expected to multi-task in a fast-paced environment while remaining focused on safety and quality of work.
 
  • Perform all hot-side brewhouse operations including but not limited to: wort production, sour wort production, hop handling, yeast management, and brewhouse cleaning.
  • Must be up-to-date and knowledgeable on all cellar tasks and relevant SOPs.
  • Coordinate with the Lead Cellar Technician to prioritize malt handling, cellar tasks, and overall brewery cleanliness/organization.
  • Ensure that all work is completed according to Two Roads SOP’s and safety programs.
  • Ensure that all production data is logged in the appropriate place(s).
  • Ensure that the brewery and cellar are clean and organized at all times.
  • Perform routine sensory analysis on wort and beer in production and report irregularities when necessary.
  • Responsible for monitoring inventory of raw materials, chemicals, brewery parts and equipment, personal protective equipment and other production department consumables and equipment.
  • Routinely monitor yeast inventory and planning.
  • Report required maintenance and safety issues.
  • Provide initial and ongoing training to cellar staff
  • Implement temporary recipe changes at the direction of the Lead Brewer, Brewing Manager, Director of Brewing Operations, or Brewmaster.
  • Communicate with the incoming shift and report to the Lead Brewers to ensure a complete information exchange at each shift change.
  • Complete lab tests when necessary (ie: cell counts, alcholyzer, TA).
SECONDARY RESPONSIBILITIES:​
  • Perform all cold-side production operations including but not limited to: separations, dry hopping, fruit/sugar additions, CIPs, transfers, pilot tasks, and barrel-racking when needed on the production floor.
  • Stand in for Lead Brewer in the Lead Brewer’s absence
  • Volunteer for the Safety, Cleanliness or Inventory Committee

Qualifications

The Shift Brewer will be trained up in and responsible for the following Tiers and their respective SOPs:
 
  • Tier 1 – Safety Training, Basic Sanitary Procedure, Materials Management, Cellar Cleaning, External FV/YT CIPs, External Pilot System Cleaning
  • Tier 2 – Barrel Rinsing/Racking, Cleaning/Filling Firkins, Sensory Training, Pilot Tank Internal CIPs, Pilot Tank BBT Carbonation/Packaging, Sour Tanker Internal CIP, Braumat Basic CIP Operation
  • Tier 3 – Internal FV/YT CIP, YT Steam Sterilization, DA Unit CIP, DO Measurement/Scrubbing, Pinpoint Carbonation, Automated Pipe Fence CIP, Cell Counts, Auto Titrator Operation, C-Box Measurements
  • Tier 4 – Adding Sugar/Fruit to FV, Dry Hopping (Top of FV and Hop Cannon), Venturi Operation, Master Recipe Sheets, FV to FV Transfers, Pre-Fermentation Dry Hopping, Using Automated Pipe Fence
  • Tier 5 – Separation Procedures, Automated Clarification Line, Centrifuge/Buffer Tank Operations, Buffer Tank and Separation SystemDAW Blending During Clarification, FPS In-line with BCS, Yeast Harvest, Cone to Cone Harvest, Anton Paar Alcolyzer Operation, Chilling of FVs
  • Tier 6 – Brewhouse Basics, Brewhouse Operation and Wort Production, Logging of Data from Wort Production, Grain and Hop Loading, Milling, Mashing, Lautering, Graining Out, Kettle Boiling, Whirlpool Trub Separation, Wort Cooling, Yeast Pitching, Wort Way CIPs, and DMA and pH Meter Operation
Machinery, Tools, Equipment, and PPE
Electric Pallet Jack, Mechanical Pallet Jack, Mechanical Tote Lift, Fork Lift, Pocket Knife/Box Cutter, DIN Spanner Wrench, Assorted Wrenches and Screw Drivers, Rubber Mallet, Safety Glasses, Safety-toe, slip-resistant boots, dust mask/respirator, chemical/heat resistant gloves, face shield, bump cap.
 
Environmental Conditions
  1. Exposure to Weather: Occasionally. While outside cleaning under the Grain Silos, throwing away trash, moving raw materials from the loading dock to the high bay door, working on Tankers, or working on top of 600 bbl FVs.
  2. Extreme Cold: Frequent. Outdoor-related responsibilities during winter months such as cleaning under the grain silos, taking out trash, moving materials from the loading dock to the high bay door, working on Tankers, and working on top of 600 bbl FVs. Indoor responsibilities include organizing raw materials in the hop coolers (coolers kept at 36 degrees).
  3. Extreme Heat: Regular. Outdoor-related responsibilities during summer months such as cleaning under the grain silos, taking out trash, moving materials from the loading dock to the high bay door, working on Tankers, and working on top of 600 bbl FVs. Indoor responsibilities include staging/organizing materials near the wort kettle (often boiling wort at 212 ⁰F), pulling hot wort samples, loading hop dosers, steaming YTs, transferring heated chemicals/water for tank cleanings.
  4. Wet and/or Humid: Regular. Maneuvering throughout the facility which is regularly wet and slippery.
  5. Exposure to Concerning Air Quality: Frequently. Airborne grain dust in malt room is commonly kicked up when loading the malt hoppers. Hop dust. Pungent Chemicals. Grain dust can cause long-term respiratory issues if not prevented using PPE measures.
  6. Noise-Intensity: Loud/Regular. When the mill is in operation, centrifuge, or packaging fillers are running.
  7. Exposure to Heights: Regular. Malt room is on the 2nd Floor, materials are staged on the mezzanine up against guard rail. Regular work on ladders, scissor lifts, tops of FVs.
  8. Proximity to Moving Parts/Equipment: Regular. Electric tote lift uses electric driven chain and rack to lift grain totes. Electric pallet jack is used to move pallets and totes of malt around the malt staging area. Fork Lifts are driven in multiple locations for storing materials and loading trucks, regular maneuvering throughout facility/packaging lines with many moving parts.
  9. Exposure to Electric Shock: Occasional. Troubleshooting breakers, wet environment around outlets.
  10. Exposure to Toxic or Caustic Cleaners: Regular. Caustic and Acid Cleaners, Bleach, Peracetic Acid sanitizer.
 
 
This position requires at least 3 years of working brewery experience. The primary responsibility of the Shift Brewer is to oversee all wort production in a 100 barrel automated brewhouse.  The ideal candidate will have a strong knowledge of brewing science and a variety of practical experience.  Experience with brewery automation software is preferred.  A Shift Brewer must also be proficient in all cold-side cellar operations including separation/filtration, CIP, dry hopping, transfers, and barrel racking.  The ability to multitask effectively and think critically in a fast paced environment is a must.  This position requires working on a rotating 24x7 schedule.

FT Forklift Operator

To apply for this position, send your resume to HR@tworoadsbrewing.com
Two Roads Brewing Company in Stratford, CT is looking to add a forklift operator with prior experience in a production environment to their Warehouse Team. Competitive compensation based on experienced. Benefits include medical insurance, bonus, employer-sponsored retirement plan, monthly beer allowance, and annual credit for store merchandise. This position reports to the Warehouse Manager.

Responsibilities

  • Safe and efficient operation of sit-down forklift
  • Load & unload trucks at our full-service dock
  • Stretch wrap palletized product off the production line
  • Transport pallets from production line to warehouse
  • Maintain organization of all storage locations
  • Heavy focus on “First-in, First-out” inventory rotation method

Qualifications

  • Ability to lift 50lbs
  • CT Driver’s License
  • Forklift Certified              
  • High school diploma/GED
  • Strong communication and teamwork skills a must
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • 6 months experience (1 year preferred)
  • Experience in a production facility preferred

Cellar Technician

To apply for this position, send your resume to HR@tworoadsbrewing.com
Two Roads Brewing Company is seeking an individual to join the brewing team as a Cellar Technician. Join one of the USA’s most rapidly growing facilities. We offer tremendous learning and growth opportunities in a state-of-the-art facility producing a full range of ale, lager, barrel aged, and sour beer. Two Roads is located in the coastal New England town of Stratford, CT mid-way between New York City and Boston. The primary responsibility of the Cellar technician is to oversee all cold-side operations including separation, CIP, dry hopping, transfers, and barrel racking among many other tasks.  Working brewery experience or a diploma from a comprehensive brewing education program is preferred. The ideal candidate will have a strong foundational knowledge of brewing science, a passion for making beer, and a variety of food or beverage related experience.  The Cellar technician must coordinate with the Brewing, Packaging, and Quality staff to effectively manage the processing of beer to meet the demands of the production schedule.  Secondary responsibilities may include assistance in hot-side wort production.  This is an entry level position.  A focused, intelligent, and hardworking individual will be able to advance very quickly in this position.  This position requires working on a rotating Tw24x7 schedule. 

REPORTS TO:  Lead Cellar Technician, Shift Brewer & Lead Shift Brewer

If interested, please submit your resume to HR@tworoadsbrewing.com with the subject line of Cellar Technician.

Responsibilities

  • Perform all cold-side production operations including but not limited to: dry hopping, fruit/sugar additions, beer recirculation, CIPs, beer/yeast transfers, pilot tasks, carbonation adjustments, and barrel-racking.
  • Provide support to the Shift Brewers and Lead Shift Brewers by pulling, staging and loading raw materials as necessary.
  • Ensure that the cellar is clean and organized at all times.
  • Ensure that all production data is logged in the appropriate place(s).
  • Coordinate with the Lead Cellar Technician to ensure that beer required for packaging is ready when needed.
  • Coordinate with Brewers and Lead Brewers to ensure that FVs will be ready for wort or beer when needed.
  • Perform routine sensory and quality analysis on finished beer in process.
  • Complete all work according to Two Roads SOP’s and safety programs.
  • Report required maintenance and safety issues.
  • Monitor inventory of chemicals, PPE, brewery parts and equipment, and raw material inventory.
  • Communicate with the incoming shift and report to the Lead Brewers to ensure a complete information exchange at each shift change.
 
 

Qualifications

The Cellar Technician will be trained up in and responsible for the following Tiers and their respective SOPs:
  • Tier 1 – Safety Training, Basic Sanitary Procedure, Materials Management, Cellar Cleaning, External FV/YT CIPs, External Pilot System Cleaning
  • Tier 2 – Barrel Rinsing/Racking, Cleaning/Filling Firkins, Sensory Training, Pilot Tank Internal CIPs, Pilot Tank BBT Carbonation/Packaging, Sour Tanker Internal CIP, Braumat Basic CIP Operation
  • Tier 3 – Internal FV/YT CIP, YT Steam Sterilization, DA Unit CIP, DO Measurement/Scrubbing, Pinpoint Carbonation, Automated Pipe Fence CIP, Cell Counts, Auto Titrator Operation, C-Box Measurements
  • Tier 4 – Adding Sugar/Fruit to FV, Dry Hopping (Top of FV and Hop Cannon), Venturi Operation, Master Recipe Sheets, FV to FV Transfers, Pre-Fermentation Dry Hopping, Using Automated Pipe Fence.

Machinery, Tools, Equipment, and PPE
Electric Pallet Jack, Mechanical Pallet Jack, Mechanical Tote Lift, Fork Lift, Pocket Knife/Box Cutter, DIN Spanner Wrench, Assorted Wrenches and Screw Drivers, Rubber Mallet, Safety Glasses, Safety-toe, slip-resistant boots, dust mask/respirator, chemical/heat resistant gloves, face shield, bump cap.

 
Environmental Conditions:​
  • Exposure to Weather: Occasionally. While outside cleaning under the Grain Silos, throwing away trash, moving raw materials from the loading dock to the high bay door, working on Tankers, or working on top of 600 bbl FVs.
  • Extreme Cold: Frequent. Outdoor-related responsibilities during winter months such as cleaning under the grain silos, taking out trash, moving materials from the loading dock to the high bay door, working on Tankers, and working on top of 600 bbl FVs. Indoor responsibilities include organizing raw materials in the hop coolers (coolers kept at 36 degrees).
  • Extreme Heat: Regular. Outdoor-related responsibilities during summer months such as cleaning under the grain silos, taking out trash, moving materials from the loading dock to the high bay door, working on Tankers, and working on top of 600 bbl FVs. Indoor responsibilities include staging/organizing materials near the wort kettle (often boiling wort at 212 ⁰F), pulling hot wort samples, loading hop dosers, steaming YTs, transferring heated chemicals/water for tank cleanings.
  • Wet and/or Humid: Regular. Maneuvering throughout the facility which is regularly wet and slippery.
  • Exposure to Concerning Air Quality: Frequently. Airborne grain dust in malt room is commonly kicked up when loading the malt hoppers. Hop dust. Pungent Chemicals. Grain dust can cause long-term respiratory issues if not prevented using PPE measures.
  • Noise-Intensity: Loud/Regular. When the mill is in operation, centrifuge, or packaging fillers are running.
  • Exposure to Heights: Regular. Malt room is on the 2nd Floor, materials are staged on the mezzanine up against guard rail. Regular work on ladders, scissor lifts, tops of FVs.
  • Proximity to Moving Parts/Equipment: Regular. Electric tote lift uses electric driven chain and rack to lift grain totes. Electric pallet jack is used to move pallets and totes of malt around the malt staging area. Fork Lifts are driven in multiple locations for storing materials and loading trucks, regular maneuvering throughout facility/packaging lines with many moving parts.
  • Exposure to Electric Shock: Occasional. Troubleshooting breakers, wet environment around outlets.
  • Exposure to Toxic or Caustic Cleaners: Regular. Caustic and Acid Cleaners, Bleach, Peracetic Acid sanitizer.