Sam Adams wants to hire you

Posted by | November 7, 2008 | Featured Jobs

Right now, the beer job boards seem to be overrun by posts from the Boston Beer Company.  Everyone knows their Boston Lager pretty well, but do you keep up with their seasonal beers?  Their Oktoberfest is one I always look forward to, even though I’m not much of a fan of Fest beers in general.  Also, their Winter Ale is just starting to show up on taps around town.  Good stuff that Winter Ale is.

Now that InBev has bought out Budweiser, and Miller being owned by South Africans, Boston Beer Company is the World’s Largest American Owned Brewery.  Odds are pretty good that if you’re want to work for Samuel Adams, they are hiring in your area.

They’ve got some pretty interesting jobs up, too.  In Manhattan, they are looking for a National Account Manager.  Over in Breinigsville, PA, Boston Beer Company is looking to hire an Assistant Brewing Manager,  in charge of Yeast and Fermentation, who would be responsible for sanitation and CIP strategies at their Lehigh Brewery.

You can also take a peek at our current listings for jobs at Sam Adams below:

[joblist query=”Boston+Beer+Company”]

This is just a sampling of currently available jobs. For a complete listing of Boston Beer Co. Careers, visit our main Sam Adams Job page.

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7 Responses to “Sam Adams wants to hire you”

  1. Comment made by rbacza1 on Feb 13th 2009 at 7:12 pm: Reply

    I am looking to move into the beer industry in Chicago. I have applied for the Boston Beer positions in Illinois. Any tips on making contact with someone at the company? I have lots of sales, management and account development experience. Any help would be appreciated.

  2. Comment made by Mike on Jun 17th 2009 at 10:36 am: Reply

    Looking for national account or distributor mgr. role based out of Atlanta. Any opportunity and or local contact? Vast exposure working at key distributors and suppliers. Thank you.

  3. Comment made by Nicole on Nov 8th 2009 at 2:20 pm: Reply

    I recently graduated fron R.I.T (Rochester Institue of Technology) with a degree in chemistry. I am looking for a career in brewing and I am not sure where to start. any ideas?

  4. Comment made by Timothy Paul on Mar 25th 2010 at 10:28 am: Reply

    In machine maint and repairs w/electrical background, and process controls for over 20 years, with extensive apps in AB PLC programming, networking, and MMI comunications. I am interested in applying at the local Lehigh Valley facility.
    Thank You, Tim Paul

  5. Comment made by TIRSA JOHNSON on Jun 29th 2010 at 9:03 am: Reply


  6. Comment made by Treyvor on Oct 2nd 2010 at 3:02 pm: Reply

    I would like to learn the trade of brewing, unfortunately I live in central Virginia where there is only one brewery which is too small for more than one person. Any advice on how to get on board with the Boston Beer Co? Would love to work for my favorite beer company.

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