Craft Beer Culture: the sum of attitudes, customs, and beliefs about craft beer that distinguishes one group of people from another.
In 1989, the doors to Rogue’s Bayfront Brew Pub opened in Newport, Oregon, and a craft beer nation was born. Not only were they producing award winning craft beer but they were creating a craft beer culture that would define a generation.
Rogue’s philosophy for craft beverage is no secret, in fact, if you visit their website’s About page, they’re rather bold about it. They pride themselves in producing quality brews with a knack for innovation. This innovative drive isn’t a free-for-all, but is guided by a number of fundamental beliefs and rules to live by called “The Rogue Way”.
There is a defined culture to craft beer producers. A certain code to live and do business by. Certainly, as the industry grows, not everyone will follow suit, but those who do will set themselves apart as leaders, not followers. Rogue has been leader from day one.
Nation: A large group of people who act and think of themselves as one.
Want the full Rogue experience? Then you’d best become a citizen of Rogue Nation.
There are three steps to becoming a Rogue Nation citizen. First, you need to read the Rogue’s Declaration of Independence, which declares above all, independence from the status quo and an allegiance to all fellow-Rogue citizens. The list of affirmations within the declaration will probably remind you of your favorite craft brewery in your own neighborhood. Here are a few of my favorites:
- Take risks
- Respect for diversity
- Work hard
- Blaze your own trails
- Never satisfied to rest on past laurels
Second, you need to apply for citizenship. Yes, they take this seriously. Just a few basic steps and a photo ID and your all set.
Third, take the pledge.
Done? You’re now an official citizen of Rogue Nation. CONGRATULATIONS!
Rogue Is Hiring: Director of Production
Expect mischief, mayhem and chaos. Only those who are aggressive survive.
Rogue Ales & Spirits is in need of a Director of Production in Newport.
Of course, not just anyone will do. They need to possess the Rogue qualities that have defined this craft beer institution.
Here are the Director of Production qualifications at a glance:
- Responsible for the Rogue 100BBL brew system making 115,ooo+ BBLS per year
- Managing production personnel.
- Oversee the QA/QC department
- Inventory control
- Managing production efficiency
- Problem solver
- Leader in efficiency with ability to improve labor per barrel numbers
- Experienced production manager
- A leader
What you can expect from Rogue:
We have a Newport fisherman’s blue collar work ethic, work hard, work fast, break a sweat, and work smart. Nothing fancy in the Rogue world, just World Class products with World Class packaging. We require humor, speed, creativity, dedication and thick skin. Expect mischief, mayhem and chaos. Only those who are aggressive survive.
If you want to know more about this Director of Production job, go directly to the listing HERE.
This job does require a cover letter. If you need help, use our How To Write A Cover Letter That Gets You An Interview guide.
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