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Junior Brewer

Beaverworld, Ponders End, EN3 7SR
Five days per week on site

A rotation of early, evening and night shifts

A bit about us
Beavertown began life in a tiny BBQ joint in Haggerston, North London. In 2020 we opened BEAVERWORLD, our Out of this World brewery & mothership in Ponders End. Alongside our Lockwood Brewery in Tottenham Hale and our micro-brewery at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium we have the capacity to brew a staggering 90 million pints a year.

Now, we’re happily brewing loads of great beer - for everyone to enjoy - anywhere in the universe...although tastes best when drank on Earth. So, if you’re after some tasty beer with a difference you’ve come to the right place.

The role
Fancy joining our innovative company as a Junior Brewer where you’ll assist with the production of wort, its fermentation and conditioning while meeting our quality control and production targets?

What you’ll be doing
  • Carry out daily Brewhouse and Cellar duties, when on shift with a Production Brewer (PB) or Senior Brewer (SB):
  • Assist PB / SB in operating a fully automated 150hl brewhouse
  • Assist PB / SB in all aspects of wort production
  • Brewhouse Clean in Place (CIP)
  • Assist PB / SB in operating a fully automated cellar
  • Measure in tank CO2 / DO
  • Ensure beer is in spec for packaging datesYeast off / dehop vessels as required
  • Carry out tank clean in place (CIP)
  • Operate automated Dry-Hopping procedure
  • Separate green beer using a centrifuge
  • Filter beer using a sheet filter
  • Monitor fermentation, ensuring Fermentation profiles are adhered to
  • Troubleshoot problems
  • Carry out hygiene work, ensuring the brewery is kept clean
  • Keep systems and records up to date (including but not limited to BOTEC, SAP and full Microsoft Office package Excel / SharePoint / Teams / Power Apps)
  • Ensure all products and processes meet relevant Food Safety standards
  • Perform quality checks, including Phys-Chem parameters, yeast counts and yeast viability
  • Ensure raw materials and supplies are prepared to facilitate production processes
  • Ensure correct use, storage, and stock level management of relevant raw materials (malt, hops, salts etc.)
  • Ensure that the quality of product leaving Beavertown Brewery is to the highest standard
  • Collaborate with Brewing leadership in Project work, ranging from technical to compliance-based projects, where needed

  • Partake in any developmental training as required in compliance with the company standard
  • Promote a professional image of the Company and for complying with the company's Equal Opportunities and Harassment Policies at all times, including work related events which take place outside normal working hours
  • Read and comply with company rules, procedures, agreements, and any notices displayed by the Company
  • Increase your understanding of the art and science of brewing through study and investigation. All Brewers should be working towards their IBD certificate or equivalent.
  • Demonstrate the ‘Beavertown Way’ to visitors and clients through knowledge, enthusiasm, and hospitality

  • Comply with all relevant Feed and Food Safety regulations, including those required by FEMAS and SALSA.


Health and Safety

  • All employees have a duty to work in accordance with the Health & Safety at Work Act (1974), COSHH Regulations and other relevant policies and procedures
  • Comply with all relevant Health, Safety and Security Regulations
  • Comply with all relevant Health, Safety and Security Regulations, Company's policies, and documents

What you’ll bring to us
  • IBD General Certificate, IBD Diploma, MSc in Brewing AND / OR:
  • Understanding of brewing science, equipment, and techniques
  • Hands on full-time experience working in a brewery
  • Knowledge of mechanical and electrical engineering
  • Familiar with laboratory equipment and methods
  • Attention to detail
  • Positive and committed attitude
  • Good communication skills
  • Willing to work antisocial hours
  • Ability to lift heavy items on a daily basis preferred

What’s in it for you
  • Education support
  • 25 days annual leave, plus Bank Holidays
  • Day off to celebrate your birthday
  • 2 days off every year for volunteering
  • Discounts on Beavertown beer and goodies
  • Discretionary bonus
  • Private healthcare
  • Company pension
  • Team and company social events including monthly lunch

If this sounds like you, please send your CV, salary, expectations, notice period and a little bit about why you think you're suitable for the role to:

If you've been successful in securing an interview, we'll contact you within 2 weeks of your application! If you haven't heard from us by then, unfortunately it means that you haven't been successful.