Position Available – Senior Sales Manager
Brick is an independently run brewery that started from humble roots in a Peckham shed. Since 2013 we have been building our brewery; first from a railway arch in Peckham Rye, SE London and have expanded with an additional production site in Deptford, which means more beer, for more people. With the increased capacity, we are looking for someone to join our ever-growing team as a key player to drive sales within London, the UK and export.
As a Senior sales professional you will be responsible for managing and supporting key customer relationships across the on and off trade including wholesale, independent trade, regional/national operators and export. This will be equally split between targeting and winning new business and supporting existing relationships.
- Head up our Sales team and set the strategy in line with the overall Business Strategy to drive our product and reach across the UK market and Export
- To deliver agreed sales targets in terms of volume & profit
- To maintain and grow our customer base by building strong relationships, provide training and support to ensure we have the optimum range and visibility
- To identify national and international growth opportunities and win new business to grow volumes and your outlet base
- Track, report on and manage performance of your outlets by analysing sales data and reacting to any change in sales accordingly
- Manage customer relationships and identify, plan, manage and participate in events at the brewery taproom and account sites as well as trade shows
- At all times, be our brand ambassador and be a face of Brick whilst delivering our strategic message
- Be fully conversant in all Brick Brewery products, as well as competitor products
- Work with the wider team to execute order processing, delivery schedules, invoicing and stock allocation
Who are we looking for:
- A senior sales person with a solid and established network within the craft beer industry including wholesale, key accounts, independents and export
- Ability to build relationships
- Strong presentation and communications skills
- Experience selling in the beer trade across the UK and Internationally
- Experience working with main UK and international distributors
- A confident, enthusiastic & energetic personality
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
- Commercial acumen with experience in structuring deals and strategic planning
- Industry networking skills
- Highly organised individual with a good knowledge of Excel, PowerPoint etc.
- Someone passionate about the brand and craft beer
- A positive and can do attitude in a fast paced working environment and willingness to work long or flexible hours when required
- Experience of managing people is desirable
- Legal right to work in the UK
What you get:
- 28 days holiday
- 1 day a year to volunteer with a local charity
- Pension with NEST
- Free beer!
The role is a full-time permanent position and offers the right candidate, the opportunity to progress and develop within the company. Salary is commensurate with experience with an attractive bonus structure
How to apply:
Please send your CV and a covering letter, mentioning why you would be the right fit for this role and our brand, to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 4thOctober 2019
Textures of Time
Last week we welcomed a new exhibition to our Taproom wall. Curated by Helen Johannesen, a local ceramist, the wall installation pieces showcase how she explores solidifying liquid clay through casting, mark making with coloured slip clay using screen printing or other methods that all contribute to the on going development of her work. The pieces displayed make up an installation called Textures of Time, evoking a sense of place or journey. It’s so fun having another different medium on the wall, Helen’s pieces truly change throughout the day depending on how the light is hitting them through the window and we encourage you to get up close to fully appreciate the intricacies and detail of each piece… just no touching, please!
We sat down with Helen to find out a bit more about her and her work…
Helen, tell us a bit about yourself…
I graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2017 with a Masters in Ceramics & Glass and was then awarded a scholarship to study in Konstfack Art School Stockholm in 2018. This year I have received the Zsuzsi Roboz Schlolarship at Morley College where I will be developing new work for a gallery installation exhibition in September 2020. Previously I ran a ceramic design business Yoyo Ceramics for 15 years. I’ve lived in Peckham for 8 years now, I have a studio at Cockpit Arts, Holborn so it’s a bike ride through the park and over the bridge.
What is your background and where did you grow up?
I was born in Croydon, my father is Norwegian and my mother was born in Bow and brought up in the Isle of Dogs – so two contrasting backgrounds! As a family, we then moved all around the U.K; the West Country, the east and the Midlands before I settled back in London 1991 when I studied at Middlesex University Ceramic BAHons. I’ve worked in the film industry as a model maker and have taught creative subjects in Universities since 1999 part time.
What does a typical day look like for you…
I have no fixed routine really, other than when I teach. I enjoy being a free spirit and changing my plans of a day or having them changed because that’s how life can be. It’s the benefits of working for yourself. I’ll probably either hop on my bike to my studio or to teach, or walk to gain a different perspective on life and slow the pace down a bit – London can feel a bit frenetic for me sometimes it’s its’ charm – and occasional drawback if you’re not in the mood for it!
How do you like to work?
I share my studio space which I enjoy, if I worked on my own I’d probably never switch off! I enjoy the sociability and community nature of my studios. Despite my work being usually clean lined and minimal, I work in a bit of a chaotic state, ceramics is messy and I am too . Weirdly, I like it that way, if everything is in its place I feel distant from it. My mind whirs best in an energetic surrounding.
What/who inspires you and your work?
I’ve always admired Brigit Riley and her ability to displace you with her paintings. The huge ceramic of Jun Kaneko for their graphic and sculptural qualities. I enjoy light and the natural shift throughout the day, especially on the bridges when I cycle over them.
Where or what is your favourite spot in South East London?
Always a view, so up a hill or Franks rooftop bar, I enjoy the the varying views around Peckham and Camberwell, just dipping down streets and seeing all the amazing buildings and architecture. The South London Gallery is also a lovely place to visit regularly, having fun exhibits on.
Helen’s work will be displayed until mid-October.
Job Opportunity – General Manager
Want to run the best brewery taproom in London? Then look no further.
Brick are looking to hire an experienced general manager to add to the ever-growing team. We are looking for someone who is passionate about beer and customer service and wants to be part of a dedicated team in a fast growing market sector. This is a hands on role and requires someone who can lead by example in developing the Taproom in a rapidly changing area.
The General manager will be responsible for promoting and running the taproom and assist in driving the brewery brand forward. The role will require a confident individual capable of discussing Brick beers and the trends in craft brewing in general. The individual will have a strong background in cellar management, personnel management and customer service.
- Manage the Taproom
- Cellar Management to include responsibility of beer lines, beer styles, stock rotation, cleanliness of work area and sourcing complimentary guest beers.
- Create, run and oversee taproom events including tap takeovers, meet the brewers, seasonal events (Oktoberfest, Cinco de Mayo etc.)
- Staff management including employment, training, scheduling, supervising on shift. Delegating tasks to Duty Manager and bar staff colleagues.
- Manage ePOS system and prepare weekly reports for the Directors.
- Managing GP % and Staff costs, achieving targets set.
- Cash handling including banking, weekly P&L
- Stock ordering, handling and rotation. Entering products into our till database.
- Opening and closing the bar, overseeing that the bar is functional, presentable and clean.
- Monitoring health and safety for both customers and staff, keeping records of risk assessments, refusals, accidents and incidents.
- Working closely with local communities.
What you need to have:
- 2 years experience in a management role
- Personal License
- Passion and enthusiasm and knowledge of all things beer
- Impeccable customer service
- Strong cellar management skills, confident dealing with different types of kegs, changing regulators, increasing and reducing gas pressures, line cleaning.
- Strong communication skills, line of contact between bar team and the brewery and vice versa.
- Experience and confidence in multi-tasking and be someone who can manage multiple projects and events work from conception to completion
- Confidence with the Brick Brewery brand and promotion.
- Staff management experience
- Ability to work well independently but also as part of a broader team
- Working knowledge of Excel and Google programs (Sheets, Docs, Calendar), Outlook.
- Permission to work in the UK
- Knowledge of local licensing policies
- Valid Driver’s license
- Knowledge of EposNow
- Network of contacts with other breweries and suppliers
Salary and Benefits:
- £28-30k per annum depending on experience (48 hour working week)
- Company pension scheme
- Extra day holiday for charity/community work
- Free beer!
- Merch allowance
This job description is not exhaustive and you may be required to carry out other duties as requested
If this sounds like you, please send your CV alongside a brief cover letter saying why you are right for this role to:
Closing date is Monday 12thAugust 2019
Brick is a London Living Wage Employer.
Preferred Pronouns, 4.2%
Preferred Pronouns, a Sour New England Pale Ale, is our latest collaboration brewed with The Queer Brewing Project. It’s also the official beer of London Craft Beer Festival, which kicks off this Friday 9th August.
A Sour New England Pale Ale, this is a beer for fans of hazy, juicy pales and fans of tart, fruity sours. Using a brewing technique called back-souring, by separately brewing a New England Pale Ale and base kettle sour, and then blending them together we have had complete control over the level of acidity and overall balance of the beer. It’s heavy with tropical fruitiness and extremely refreshing from the slight tartness to lift the juiciness and add a bit of bite. At 4.2% it’s the ultimate tangy, fruity refreshment needed for the summer beer festival!
Preferred Pronouns also showcases a hop called Strata. Straight from Oregon, US; it brings layered notes of tropical fruit including; mango, passion fruit, fresh berry, and some citrus in the form of grapefruit. Along with this comes a dank herbal note. A fairly new hop into the market, we’re very excited to be the first brewery in the UK to commercially use the hop in a beer. The Strata hops are complemented and supported by Vic Secret and Citra which add to the dank and citrus notes.
We will be launching and pouring Preferred Pronouns for the first time this Wednesday 7th August at Mother Kelly’s Bethnal Green. We will be joining Lily in an evening of enjoying the beer, giving away some cans and merchandise, as well as a free tasting of the beer at 6pm with Lily and our Head Brewer, Pete. We will also be welcoming a representative from Galop, who will talk a bit more about the charity and the incredible work they do across the UK. Check out the Facebook event for the beer launch here.
From the name and artwork, to the final outcome of the beer every element of Preferred Pronouns has been a true collaboration of people, ideas and talents. Below is a contribution from Lily, founder of The Queer Brewing Project, which explains this further.
A word from Lily…
I was incredibly honoured to be asked by Greg, co-founder, of the London Craft Beer Festival, to brew the official beer of this year’s festival. Having already been in conversation with the lovely Brick Brewery, it made complete sense to bring them into this three-way collaboration.
Preferred Pronouns is already a beer that means a lot to me. From the reason it was brewed, to the vital work that it supports—Galop are the UK’s largest LGBTQ anti-violence charity, to the beer itself, it’s a beer heaped with meaning.
We asked our followers on social media to help us name the beer, and though we loved the frankly vast number of puns in the suggestions, one in particular stood out: Preferred Pronouns. Pronouns, whilst oft overlooked by many people outside of the LGBTQ community, are incredibly important, especially to those whose gender isn’t the same as assigned at birth, trans and non-binary people. Whether they use he, she, they, or other pronouns, asking someone their preferred pronouns is an important sign of respect and consideration, especially when using the wrong one can cause so much harm. The Queer Brewing Project is as much a conversation-starter as it is a fund-raiser, so using a beer that will have a wide reach, as well as a platform at the country’s leading craft beer festival, to raise the topic of pronouns, is a wonderful thing.
Given that pronouns exist in both binary and non-binary formats (see those listed above), the artwork for this beer is a jumbled mix of the two. The label artwork comes from a digital painting I did whilst at art school (in nearby Camberwell), and comes from a period in my creative practice when I was exploring what gender meant to me through visual art. Originally in pink and blue, I tweaked the colours of the piece to fit with the tropical flavours of Preferred Pronouns, resulting in the summery blast of colour you see on the can. The label represents the beer, too: two distinct entities meeting and blurring together in an explosive, expressive manner; tropical, juicy NE Pale, and zingy kettle sour, merging to become something new.
Preferred Pronouns will be pouring across every session on our bar at London Craft Beer Festival… come say hi!
The 330ml cans will be available from our webshop later this week.
The newest addition to our Framing Range of beers, Peckham Session is back in stock this week after the first release flew out back in May. A 4.2% Session IPA, we wanted to create a light and easy-going IPA and just the beer we want to sessionably drink after a long, hot day in the brewery or cracking open on Peckham Rye. Talking a bit more about the beer is our Lead Brewer, Tom, as we continue to refine and improve on each release of Peckham Session…
“With Peckham Session we wanted to brew something heady yet balanced, showcasing new season Simcoe. With our hop allocation for this year we have split all of our varietals between Cryo and T-90 pellets. In this beer we use both to bring out maximum fruit as well as the classic necessary savoury dankness. Backed-up by Citra in the whirl; we’re aiming for a classic, resinous US hop character.
Besides the hop-focus, our yeast for Peckham Session is unique. We decided to bring in a second house ale strain that ferments thoroughly at a leisurely rate whilst kicking out massive pineapple esters. We like to give this beer an extended maturation to ensure all of those intense aromatics are stabile in the right places. This should leave you with a huge whack of fruit bowl deliciousness and a clean finish.” – Tom
We’re really happy with the second brew of Peckham Session (packaged last week and out now) and after a few more tweaks on the water profile batch three is bubbling away.”
Get Peckham Session from our online shop here.
DUTY MANAGER, BRICK BREWERY TAPROOM
Full time (35h)
We are on the hunt for a new Duty Manager here at Brick Brewery Taproom!
Brick’s taproom has 20 beer lines offering not only Brick beers but carefully selected beers from other outstanding breweries across the globe. Always busy developing new ideas, we want the tap room to further become a destination for outstanding beer. To help realise this we are looking to add talented, knowledgeable and passionate people to our team.
The Duty Manager role is a key player in the day to day running of this outstanding beer venue. The person applying for this role needs to be passionate about beer and be motivated to share that passion with all types of customers. We want this individual to challenge the perception of the everyday beer drinker whilst showing passion for the product. The perfect candidate will have an aspiration to grow and learn in a constantly changing and demanding environment.
We believe in providing opportunities to all Brick employees. Although your main duties will be running shifts and customer service, the role itself is very versatile. Your role can include helping to plan and run events, beer selection and representing the brand at festivals.
The must haves:
-The ability to work both independently and with a team
-Wide-ranging knowledge and passion for beer
-Experience and confidence running shifts and supervising bar staff
-Experience and confidence cash handling and being a key holder, opening and closing
-Cellar management, including changing kegs and casks, line cleaning, stock taking and ordering
If this sounds like you, please send your CV and a covering letter to email@example.com telling us why you would be perfect for the role.
Closing Date: 12th July 2019
We are a London Living wage employer
After months of planning, training and travelling up and down the country to breweries tucked away in hills of Wales, Lake District and Scotland, we are so excited to announce the launch of our 3 Peaks Challenge Collaboration project.
Born from our love of escaping South East London for the countryside and fresh air whenever we can, pushing boundaries and collaborating with like-minded breweries… we have collaborated with 3 breweries all located within close proximity to the 3 highest peaks in Scotland (Ben Nevis), England (Scafell Pike) and Wales (Snowdon). Those 3 breweries are Fallen Brewing , Hawkshead Brewery and Wild Horse Brewing Co. Ian said about the conception of the collaboration: “We love the areas in which the challenge takes place, and have long admired the work of some of the local breweries there. It was a no-brainer to team up with like-minded beer folk and concoct this series, inspired by the three peaks.”
Staying true to form with all our special releases, we have worked with local artists from around each Peak to create 3 stunning label designs that relate back to each Peak and the beer inside. Released in 440ml cans, a percentage of each sale will be donated to the breweries’ chosen charities. Allow us to introduce each beer…
Starting on Heaven, Session Helles 3.8%
Brewed in collaboration with Fallen Brewing. Inspired by that first blissful sip of a pint straight after a long hike, safe in the shelter of a warm and cosy pub, we’ve created a light and crisp Session Helles with Fallen Brewing. Super light, sessionable and approachable German-style Helles lager using Weyermann malt, its refreshing body has an added depth of citrus flavour from dry-hopping with Mandarina Bavaria and Idaho 7. Named ‘Starting on Heaven’ as our challenge begins at Ben Nevis, Gaelic translation: Mountain of Heaven. Artwork by Zain Kapasi and LemonTop Creative.
A percentage of proceeds from the sale of these cans will go to Start Up Stirling, a charity project focussed on relieving poverty, suffering and distress of people on crisis across Stirlingshire.
Scroggin’, Imperial Stout 10.0%
Brewed in collaboration with Hawkshead Brewery. Inspired by ‘scroggin’; a mixture of dried fruit, nuts, and other food eaten as a snack by hikers and typically known as scroggin in New Zealand, we used these elements and ingredients of the snack to create a deep and rich Imperial Stout. Flavours of chocolate, nuts, raisin will be apparent from fruity crystal malt, cacao nibs, pecans and peanuts with the addition of lactose to create a decadent and creamy mouthfeel to complement the high ABV and rich ingredients. Artwork by Bethan Thorsby.
A percentage of the proceeds from the sale of these cans will go to Fix the Fells, a Lake District maintenance and preservation charity looking after the area’s mountain paths and landscape.
Summit Fever, East Coast IPA 6.7%
Brewed in collaboration with Wild Horse Brewing Co. The perfect beer to kick back and celebrate after conquering Wales’ highest peak, we headed to Llandudno to brew an East Coast IPA. The punchiness of Mosaic and El Dorado hops were combined with the heavily citrus and wine-like characteristics of Motueka and Nelson Sauvin, perfectly balanced by the soft fruit esters of London Ale III yeast. Artwork by Lee Owen and More Than Equal Studio.
A percentage of the proceeds from the sale of these cans will go to Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue Organisation, operating to assist those in difficulty in the area surrounding Ogwen Valley, Snowdonia, Wales and are completely volunteer-led.
The 3 Peaks Challenge
Not stopping there, we’ve taken the collaboration one step further and will be undertaking the 3 Peaks Challenge itself next Saturday 13th July! Starting at Ben Nevis and ending at Snowdon, we’ll be attempting to climb all 3 peaks in 24 hours. We’ve been training hard, and are very much looking forward to celebrating each summit with cracking open each beer to enjoy (especially the Scroggin’ Imperial Stout at the top of Scafell Pike on Saturday evening!). We’ve had so much fun collaborating to create 3 very special beers, travelling to new places and generally being inspired by the stunning surroundings these breweries are situated.
We will, of course, be heavily documenting our challenge across our social media from Friday afternoon until Sunday afternoon so please tune in and keep us going!
We will be officially launching these beers at our Taproom on Saturday 13th July… whilst we are halfway through our challenge, gasping for a beer and rest in a cosy pub, you can enjoy all 3 beers pouring at the Taproom from 12pm. We will also be holding 2 FREE tasting sessions throughout the day at 3pm and 5pm where you can try all 3 beers in a tasting session and Q&A led by one of our brewers. Find out more about each beer’s journey and get a generous tasting measure of each.
No rest for the wicked, straight after we finish at Snowdon on Sunday morning a bunch of the challenge team will be heading to Jack in the Box at Mackie Mayor, Manchester for a well-deserved few beers and Tap Takeover. Brick, Wild Horse, Hawkshead and Fallen will be taking over their keg and cask lines and will include a keg of each of the collaboration beers. We will be there from 2pm so please come along, chat to the brewers and share a drink with us as we celebrate our achievement!
More details to come soon on where you can get hold of the cans where you are!
Full-Time Delivery Driver and Warehouse Assistant
Brick is an award winning independently run brewery. Since 2013 we have been building our brewery in a railway arch in Peckham Rye, SE London and last summer we expanded with an additional production site in Deptford, which means more beer, for more people. This also means we need more people to join our growing team of passionate individuals to drive the brand forward, literally.
As part of this growth, Brick Brewery is currently seeking a full-time delivery driver and warehouse assistant. The main duties of the role require 3 to 4 days delivering stock with the remainder of the week working at the brewery on warehouse duties
- Delivering and collecting stock
- Loading and unloading vehicles
- Route planning
- Warehouse management and inventory/stock management
- Any other duties as assigned by supervisor
- Carry out warehouse duties including keeping the warehouse clean and tidy
- Follow company delivery processes including delivery note signatures, picking stock
- Be responsible for inspecting van/truck before and after trips and report any defects to Line Manager
- Collect and be responsible for all cash on delivery payments where necessary
- Provide excellent customer service to all accounts and be a responsible Brand Ambassador
- Liaise with repair garages when needed
- Assist in the packaging of product
- Maintain the highest standards of warehouse, health, safety and cleanliness
- Ensure that the vans/trucks are clean inside and out, cleaning out at the end of a working day
- Picking stock through the use of a forklift
- Must be 25 years of age or older for insurance reasons
- Right to live and work in the UK
- Hold a full clean current UK driving license
- Forklift license or training
- Sociable, self-motivated, team player but also able to work independently
- Have excellent customer relationship skills – polite, responsive and helpful
- Knowledge of traffic laws and highway code
- Ability to speak, read and write English language essential
- Excellent numerical skills
- Physically fit and able to move heavy items is essential
- Interest in Beer is a definite bonus
Please apply by sending a covering email saying why you are right for the role along with a copy of your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org Please be sure to put “Delivery Driver and Warehouse Assistant” in the subject field. Applications without a covering letter will not be accepted.
All applications will be dealt with in the strictest confidence.
Salary and Benefits
- £22,660 p.a. (40 hour week)
- Company Pension scheme
- Charity/Community day leave
- Free beer! (when not driving of course!)
Brick is a London Living Wage Employer
Please note that this role involves heavy lifting and manual handling, bending and sitting for long periods
Closing date Friday, 12thJuly 2019.
A word from our founder and MD….
The UK beer scene is changing. In the past two weeks we’ve seen some pretty huge announcements and all seem to be related to Crowdfunding. Crowdfunding sites clearly state any investment is at risk which I’m sure mitigates any responsibility on their part should the business miss-manage the funds and, as we’ve seen this week, money raised for one thing is spent in other areas. My prediction is we’ll see more and more beer related businesses having used equity crowdfunding, fall short and close their doors leaving investors scratching their heads and wondering where their hard-earned money has gone for that portion of an over-inflated, over-valued business.
Back in 2018 we did crowdfund to upgrade our community lead tap room and make it a better and more accessible space for everyone. But in doing so, we chose the rewards route rather than equity, because we wanted people to feel a part of a specific project that was going to take place at a specific time and get their returns immediately and to be honest, without risk. The rewards were of all different scales and sizes such as doubling donations in beer tabs, purchasing merchandise and experiences, all of which have been enjoyed by numerous people not just locally but across the country too. It gave us an opportunity to engage more directly with people who have supported us since the beginning and give them on some occasions, something unique for them to enjoy as a big thank you.
We at Brick pride ourselves in our independence. We’ve grown steadily and carefully, budgeting, buying new equipment when needed, not when it would be nice to have. We’ve built a solid workforce of dedicated and talented people. We remain a family business and intend on keeping it that way by reinvesting back into the business. Of course the temptation is strong to have the newest, shiniest, biggest, fastest brewery and in some ways running a crowdfunding campaign would be an easy path to get there but we’re not about easy. We are dedicated to our craft and dedicated to the business. We won’t cut corners or compromise. We’ll build this business piece by piece and Brick by Brick.
Founder and Managing Director
Lime and Habanero Pale Ale, 4.4%
Brick Brewery has always had a personal affiliation with Mexico and the flavours of Central America. Ian once owned and ran a Mexican street food truck before starting Brick and many of the team have travelled extensively throughout that area of the world, bringing back fond memories of food and flavours. We’ve finally put this nostalgia into a beer with the release of our latest special beer; Lime and Habanero Pale Ale.
Using HBC 472 hops, an experimental Neomexicanus hop, its aroma this hop brings are considered unique additions to a beer. Initially earthy with notes of coconut, the finish delivers a surprisingly fruity note, perfect for adding depth of flavour.
Commonly used in Mexican cooking, fresh habanero chillies were to the whirlpool and FV to impart their sweet, fruity and mild spice flavour. The addition of fresh lime zest adds a refreshing lift to the hops and mild spice to bring a recognisably Mexican flavour. Using primarily HBC 472 hops has resulted in a Pale Ale that has a juicy, tropical fruit flavour with very little bitterness.
Lime and Habanero Pale Ale will be available for trade sales Tuesday 22nd April and launched at the Taproom Sunday 5th May.
Cinco de Mayo
To coincide with the launch of our Lime and Habanero Pale Ale, we are a Cinco de Mayo day on 5th May. A celebration of Mexican heritage, there will be loads of activities and entertainment throughout the day for all the family:
LIME & HABANERO PALE ALE LAUNCH 🌶🍋
MEXICAN CRAFT BEER SHOWCASE 🍻
PIÑATAS WITH TAPROOM VOUCHERS AND OTHER PRIZES INSIDE 🎉🎊
SALSA (SAUCE) COMPETITION AND TASTING JUDGED BY SLOW RICHIE’S … WIN A £50 BAR TAB! 🍅🌶🔥
Salsa Sauce Competition
Think you make the best salsa? We’re having a salsa-off to find the best salsa maker in South East London! Bring along a bowl of your home-made salsa to the Taproom to be tasted and judged by customers throughout the day and, finally, judged by sauce kings; Slow Richie’s to be in the chance of winning a £50 Taproom voucher! Simply drop off your salsa to the Taproom on Sunday 5th May by 1pm.
Email email@example.com to register your salsa entry by the 3rd May or fill out a form when you’re next in the Taproom!
Keep up to date with the Cinco de Mayo event here