Lucky Hare Brewing Company (LHBC) is excited to announce our 2021 Diversity Internship Program. At Lucky Hare we feel that there is no more important core value than to open our doors to provide training to those who are underrepresented in the brewing industry.
Candidates should be a self-identifying BIPOC or LGBTQ+ individuals who have a concentrated interest in craft beer, the brewing industry, and a desire to pursue a career in the craft brewing industry. The goal at the end of the paid 8 to 10 week internship is to provide the individual with enough experience and knowledge to continue their career in the craft brewing industry.
While no experience is required, consideration will be made for those with experience in hospitality positions especially serving beer in taprooms, home brewing experience, previous work in a brewery, Cicerone training, or any other form of experience in the Craft Beer Industry. The individual can expect hands-on learning in all aspects of working in a production brewery. We will educate the individual on everything from basic safety, cleaning and sanitation procedures, recipe development, brewing techniques, the fermentation process and packaging.
About Lucky Hare Brewing: LHBC is currently operating a state-of-the-art 15 Barrel brewery in Watkins Glen, NY. Beginning as a DIY brewery located in a 100 year old barn, we now operate in an industrial park facility equipped with all the tools necessary to create consistently excellent craft beer. We operate two taprooms, our main taproom in Hector and a “micro” taproom located in Ithaca, and distribute to over 100 bars and restaurants in the local area as well as through a distribution partner in the Greater Rochester area.
All who are interested, please email Ian@luckyharebrewing.com with the answers to the following questions along with a resume and anything else you would like us to know about you.
Why do you want to work with Lucky Hare Brewing?
What are some of the reasons as to why you are interested in craft beer?
Where would you like to see yourself in the future when it comes to the craft beer industry?
What is your favorite trend in craft beer right now and what is your least favorite?
Last, what is your favorite beer style and why?