Weyerbacher

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Weyerbacher Brewing Company will be celebrating the 17th year of production in 2012.  It has been a journey down a path from standard styles to non-styles, from 1 guy to 10 people, and from Dan’s kitchen to a 20000 sq-ft manufacturing facility.  Click the links to find out more about who we are and how we got here.

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26 Responses to “Company”

  1. avatar Chris Nicholais says:

    Hey are you guys hiring or looking to hire in the near future? I’m a network admin that is tired of the IT field and has been home brewing for just over a year now. I’m willing to work for beer!

    Thanks

    • avatar chriswilson says:

      Chris, we are not hiring at the moment but opportunities come up fairly regularly. Feel free to send in your resume and we will keep you in consideration. I have to tell you that you have a knock against you already, your name. We already have 4 Chris’ and it would be way too confusion to add another. Do you have a nickname? Nick, Cage…? CW

      • avatar Chris Nicholais says:

        Hey Chris,

        I do have a nick name that is fairly simple, Nickels! Has stuck with me for a quite a while. =o) I’ll send in my resume just in case you guys needs someone to scrape up the trub or mop the floors.

        Thanks for the reply!

  2. avatar Patrick Wandres says:

    Love your beers, was thinking that you should have a JOBS page on your website. I’ve been bartending for 8 years now and have hit the glass roof. I would be a great sales rep in the D.C. area. It is hard to find down here even tho you are so close.

    Best Regards and good luck in all your endeavors,
    Patrick

    • avatar Bill Bragg says:

      Hey Patrick! I’ve forwarded your note over to our national sales manager however as CW says above, we’re always happy to receive resumes to keep on-file for the future… Cheers!

  3. avatar Tony says:

    Hey I was wondering if you guys were looking for an eastern pa sales rep. I have 4 years wholsale experience and have a great passion for good beer.

  4. avatar Lisa R says:

    Just tasted your Merry Monks that I bought from a local store near Richmond, VA. Its outstanding! I’ll have to look you up next time we are on our way up to the Poconos.

  5. avatar James McKenna says:

    Hey Chris, I see you won a gold medal at the GABF, congrats! I’ll try to stop in soon and say hi to everyone.

  6. avatar Dave Walker Sr. says:

    Hey guys!! Just wanted to say that I love the new logo and that I work for a bottle shop, Mari’s 6 Pac N Mor in Reading PA. And that we have an INCREDIBLE selection of the Weyerbacher line and also that this Saturday, Colin will be doing a tasting at our shop!! We have OVER 1000 different kinds of brews in stock and as I said, our Weyerbacher selection is AWESOME and includes Riserva 2009! My personal favorite is the Double Simcoe IPA, which is spectacular!! Keep on brewing up these great craft brews and we always love it when we get new stuff in from you guys!!

  7. avatar Frank Catania says:

    Are you guys looking to hire someone? I couldn’t locate a jobs or employment section on your website.

  8. avatar Andy says:

    Hey guys,
    Just wondering if you are hiring or will be in the near future? And if there is an email I can forward my resume to?

    thanks,
    Andy

    • avatar Bill Bragg says:

      We always accept resumes at info [at] weyerbacher [dot] com! We’re presently not hiring but we’ll certainly hold your resume for a future position as applicable!

  9. avatar Matt S. says:

    I work for a small company not far from Easton, that polishes vessels for many food and pharmacutical companies. Do you hire an outside source to clean your vessels?
    Thanks
    Matt

  10. avatar Zack S. says:

    I live in Easton and love almost every beer that is put out from this brewery and was wondering if there is any job openings in the buisness?

  11. avatar Steven says:

    Hey guys. I’m relocating from NC to TX and wondered if you guys distributed down here and where I might could find it in the Houston area.

  12. avatar Richard O. says:

    I work in customer service and I would like to get in the brewery business. Do you have any customer service positions available such as a position to reply to written inquiries or complaints?

    • avatar Bill Bragg says:

      Hi Richard! You can send your resume to us though that function is only a tiny fraction of one person’s job here. Good luck!

  13. avatar Bill says:

    Hello. I tasted some samples at a recent beer show in Boston. Good beer! Are there retail outlets near Boston where your beer is sold?

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