ANGRY INCH BREWING EMPLOYEE APPLICATION
Must be 21 years of age or older
Prior bartending or beertending experience preferred
Must have a basic understanding of craft beer and brewing styles
Excellent communication skills, verbal and written
Phenomenal customer service skills
Attention to detail and ability to multitask as well as stay cool under pressure
Ability to team lift a full keg or maneuver a keg on their own or with the assistance of a dolly
Willingness to further their knowledge of craft beer and the brewing process.
Available to work a variety of shifts Wednesday through Sunday
Duties and responsibilities:
Adhere to the schedule set forth by the Taproom Manager and executing the duties and responsibilities assigned
Ensuring that the beers on tap are acceptable to serve (correct temperature, optimal quality, no off flavors)
Engaging with each patron directly, giving each the attention they deserve, and making them feel welcomed while working to meet their needs quickly and efficiently
Politely and respectfully addressing customers’ questions about the brewery and beer, regardless of their knowledge or experience with craft beer
Conforming to and enforce regulations set forth by the alcoholic beverage commission (double checking IDs when necessary, curtailing overconsumption)
Maintaining a clean bar and taproom
Following Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) governing taproom operations
Maintaining a pleasant taproom atmosphere (temperature, music, cleanliness, conduct)
Working towards continuous optimization of taproom operations by providing Taproom Manager and brewery owners with timely feedback
Expertly communicating the Angry Inch Brewing philosophy and the uniqueness of each beer
Conducts themselves as a brand ambassador on and off duty
Due to the volume of applications, we cannot guarantee a response to every application. We will hold applications for consideration up to one year after submission.
Our policy is to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons without regard to race, creed, religious belief, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or veteran status. We will ask you to provide documentation which verifies your right to work in the United States.