Cellar & Packaging Specialist

Dual Citizen Brewing Co

Saint Paul, MN, USA

Full time


Apr 10


Dual Citizen is a community-focused brewhouse born from a few simple beliefs. An understanding that substance beats trends. A recognition that community roots run the deepest. The knowledge that what unites us is far greater than what divides us. 

Our core beliefs shine through in all we do. They manifest in every recipe we craft, every pint we serve, and every conversation we foster. We’re not about chasing trends or trying to recreate another city’s vibe. We are about modern, inspired takes on familiar favorites. Prompting meaningful discussions. Purposefully bridging gaps and uniting our community through shared values and responsibilities. As Citizens, that is our duty and our obligation.  

We are proud to call the Twin Cities home. No matter which side of the river you’re from, we are all Twin Citizens. That’s why we celebrate our heritage, draw inspiration from the region, and source local, seasonal ingredients whenever possible. We aim to use the bounty of our area to elevate both the beer we brew and the community we call home. The result is a brewery that is not only a reflection on, but a reflection of our community. 


The Cellar and Packaging Specialist will solely manage packaging operations, emphasizing the canning line, product warehousing, and inventory. This position is also accountable for cellar operations with the Assistant Brewer. The Cellar and Packaging Specialist will report to the Head Brewer while working closely with the Quality Manager across brewery processes.  


  • Cellaring including yeast handling, dry hopping, infusions, tank tracking, CIP/SIPs, keg washing 
  • Inventory and organization of packaged product and packaging materials 
  • Operation, maintenance and troubleshooting of canning line 
  • Packaging product into cans and kegs 
  • Participate in sensory program, extensive recordkeeping, safety procedures 
  • Contribute to process improvement throughout the brewery 


  • Minimum 1-year experience in wort production, beer cellaring, and beer packaging 
  • Formal beer production education preferred 
  • Forklift certification preferred 
  • Clean driving record 
  • Experience, knowledge, and/or ability to learn simple technology platforms  
  • Effective and efficient communication 
  • Able to work independently, think critically, and effectively solve problems

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