With summer around the corner (we know, wishful thinking on a day like today) we're looking to augment our current staff with some additional helping hands at our production facility and HQ. Check out the opportunity below and email firstname.lastname@example.org for more.
Summer Marketing Events Intern
Fulton Beer is hiring an energetic, talented, self-motivated individual for a summer internship that will support the marketing team to deliver on the needs of our brand. This position works collaboratively across the marketing, sales, and operations departments to provide support for market events, tracking and reporting of marketing activities, and day to day administrative support.
The ideal candidate has a keen interest in marketing and possesses the basic knowledge of marketing principles through coursework or prior work experience.
Still interested? Send your resume and any other reasons why you’re a good fit at Fulton to email@example.com
Fulton is a Minneapolis brewery founded in 2009. We own and operate a 20 bbl brewery and taproom in downtown Minneapolis next to Target Field, and a 50,000 square foot production brewery in Northeast Minneapolis. In 2016, Fulton produced approximately 26,000 barrels, sold across a five state distribution footprint. We’re a group of beer enthusiasts focused on brewing extraordinary beer and working to make our community a better place. Our Ful10 Fund provides loans and support to other small businesses and non-profits, and our Fulton Racing teams encourage participation in active lifestyle sports. Best of all, we get to live, work, and play in Minneapolis-St. Paul, consistently ranked as one of the top metro areas in the United States for quality of life, urban parks, education, bicycling, theater, dining, and more.
Sounds like a place you’d like to be? We are seeking a 2nd Shift Cellarman to join our rapidly growing company. The right individual is a leader who works well with others, focuses on quality and technical excellence, loves to work and play hard, embraces opportunities for continuous learning and improvement, and is passionate about extraordinary beer.
The demands of the Cellarman position are very physical in nature. The demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job you will be working over, under, and around machinery in tight and cramped spaces. You will need to be able to work in awkward positions for extended periods of time and/or standing, kneeling, and crouching for long periods of time. You must be comfortable working at heights while standing on a ladder or in a basket. This work environment involves indoor and outdoor activities in various temperatures and weather conditions. The ability to frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Employees are exposed to high levels of noise and other hazards requiring the use of personal protective equipment.
Fulton offers salary commensurate with experience and a benefits package. We’re looking to hire people who are serious about beer without taking themselves too seriously. The ability to adapt to change, operate independently, work hard, and learn fast is a must.
Still interested? Send your resume and any other reasons why you’re a good fit at Fulton to Jim Diley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
That's a pretty big question depending on who you ask (and can be answered in both long and short form). For us at Fulton the answer takes many forms, too. We introduced our new Mixed-Culture Fermentation series aptly titled "Culture Project' earlier this year as a segment of our beer portfolio with an ever-changing set of characteristics. Each release in this series undergoes primary fermentation in stainless with Sacchraromyces, but it's what comes next that builds character. For Culture Two, we introduced a blend of Brettanomyces, Pediococcus and Lactic Acid Bacteria and aged it in oak for nearly 2 years. This week we're happily seeing our 2nd release of this series show up on shelves at finer bottle shops around the metro. It's an exceedingly dry, golden-colored ale that wears a gentle acidity. With hints of oak, citrus and wine this might be our most complex beer to date. We urge you to grab a bottle for a special dinner or occasion, as each beer in this series seems almost destined for food pairings.
With each new spring season that arrives, so comes the intense internal planning we subject ourselves to for our annual Fulton Gran Fondo event. And though on a day like today it doesn't feel so spring-like, nevertheless we've been as busy as ever trying to pour as much fun into one day as possible. That said, we realized that one (day) wasn't going to be enough this year. That's why we've added a whole new event the night before Fondo. For riders of the following day's 50 and 100 mile rides thinking "oh great, a spaghetti dinner", just throw that notion out the window. We've teamed up with our good friends and partners at Chef Camp to put together a Whole Hog Feast. Chef Camp chefs Erik Sather and Yia Vang will be harnessing the flame and dishing up a hearty whole-hog feast fit for a king (or someone biking 100 miles). And since we've introduced a whole new night we thought why not introduce a brand new beer we're calling "HOPSTAR". It's a hazy, crushable, hop-punch to your taste buds and comes out in cans just in time for the kick-off of summer.
Gates open at 4 for Fondo Packet Pickup and for a Happy Hour.
Food service begins at 5pm and runs till 8pm.
Live music at 8pm.
Event ends at 9pm.
Grab your ticket ahead of time to insure your spot (and by which, we mean dinner).
Want to ride with us on May 6th? Registration is still only $54.95 through 4/30.
Tickets for Friday's Whole Hog feast are limited. Beer, however, is not (we've got plenty).