Job Role – Operations Manager

Job Role: Operations Manager

We are entering a significant growth phase and are looking for someone to join Brick as our Brewery Operations Manager.  In this key role, you will be responsible for leading the warehousing and distribution operations as well as production planning to ensure our sales targets can be achieved.  Working closely with our Head Brewer and Sales Director, this is a senior role, reporting directly to the Owner/Managing Director.  As part of the leadership team, the Operations Manager will be committed to the company values and be a key person in delivering our vision for growth and expansion.

Key responsibilities:

You will focus on ensuring that the company runs as smoothly, efficiently, professionally and profitably as possible.  You are responsible for but not limited to:

  • Ensuring the company has professional and effective systems, procedures and policies in place to achieve its aims (SOP’s)
  • Ensure that the site meets required standards for Environmental Health (SALSA) and Food Safety Regulation.
  • Responsible for ensuring that we comply with our statutory obligations, incl. health & safety, fire safety, HMRC Duty registration, hygiene, First Aid compliance, FLT training, PAT testing etc.
  • Overall responsibility of production and packaging planning to ensure sales targets are met.
  • Responsible for ensuring stock is controlled from packaging all the way to delivery
  • Work with production to ensure stocks of raw materials, packaging and supplies
  • Work with the Marketing team to ensure all label designs are within the agreed timelines
  • Take ownership of and manage operational strategic plans as we strive for operational excellence
  • Improving professionalism, staff training and mentoring
  • Integrity and maintenance of our premises, facilities, equipment and stock
  • Ensure that costs are controlled, seek value in supplier contracts, reduce waste and inefficiency, help ensure company profitability
  • Line management responsibility of logistics and supply chain
  • Responsible for warehouse organisation in line with processes, internally and externally
  • Responsible for customer service improvements and training, for example, quality retailer training, oversight and responsibility of QC post-packaging and “in trade”
  • Oversight of our environmental impact and ensure that we implement environmentally responsible policies and practices

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Five years of experience in brewery operations or a related field (food & beverage/manufacturing/logistics etc) is essential
  • A degree in operations, business, management, or a related field would be an advantage
  • Proven leadership, project management and problem solving skills
  • Be able to demonstrate success initiating change in previous roles
  • Prove experience of implementing staff training and team development
  • Expertise in computer spreadsheets and databases
  • Proficiency in an ERP system is desirable
  • Strong analytical abilities
  • Knowledge of forecasting, finance, manufacturing and supply chain issues
  • Ability to lead cross-functionally across departments
  • Have excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Fantastic organisational skills and be able to prioritise and multi-task
  • A passion for craft beer and be a team player
  • Hold a full driver’s license (preferable but not essential)
  • Forklift licence
  • Legal right to work in the UK

What we offer:

  • Competitive Salary in line with experience
  • Proud Living Wage employer
  • 28 days holiday (Including public holidays)
  • 1 day a year to volunteer with a local charity
  • 1 extra day leave for your Birthday
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Pension with NEST
  • Free beer!
  • Ongoing training

The role is a full-time position based on 40 hours per week. Starting salary will be between £36,000 and £40,000 dependent on experience. Brick is a London Living Wage employer and an equal opportunity employer.

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 jobs@brickbrewery.co.uk

Please mark your subject line “Operations Manager”

Closing date: 5th August 2021 although interviews with suitably qualified applicants may be held before this date.

Job Role – Brewery Assistant

Job Role: Brewery Assistant

We are looking for someone to join Brick and become an integral member of our production team.

The role of Brewery Assistant is a junior role which will not initially involve wort production, but there may be an opportunity to progress, subject to performance review and development.

Key responsibilities:

  • Vessel CIP
  • Stock Management
  • Lab work
  • Complete all appropriate production documentation and follow SOP (standard operating procedures)
  • Packaging (keg, cask & can)
  • Bulk beer storage and transfer, including the correct handling of lines and sanitation of hoses & fittings
  • Milling
  • Cellar work
  • Hop gun operation
  • Comply with high level of Health and Safety at all times
  • Maintaining a clean and tidy brewery and warehouse at all times
  • Ability to work alone and have initiative to problem solve
  • Represent the company at beer tastings/industry events
  • Other duties as directed by the Head Brewer

NB Please note that the role will require some heavy lifting.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Minimum General Certificate in Brewing and/or 2 years of experience in a brewery setting
  • A passion for craft beer and be a team player
  • A desire to innovate and share passion for beer is essential
  • Display common sense and attention to detail
  • Ability to work on repetitive tasks
  • Experience of manual work
  • Be fit and able to lift heavy loads
  • Hold a full driver’s license (preferable but not essential)
  • Forklift licence preferable (but not essential)
  • Legal right to work in the UK

What we offer:

  • Competitive Salary in line with experience
  • Proud Living Wage employer
  • 28 days holiday (Including public holidays)
  • 1 day a year to volunteer with a local charity
  • 1 extra day leave for your Birthday
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Pension with NEST
  • Free beer!

The role is a full-time position based on 40 hours per week during which, occasional weekend work may be required. Starting salary will be between £23,000 and £25,000 dependent on experience. Brick is a London Living Wage employer.

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 jobs@brickbrewery.co.uk

Closing date: 4thJune 2021

Job Role – London Sales Executive

Brick Brewery Pint Glasses full of beer

London Sales Executive – On & Off Trade

We are recruiting a Sales Executive to join the team at Brick. As the hospitality sector reopens, we’re looking to onboard a new recruit to help support our customer base and growth.

The role involves representing Brick Brewery to a defined London territory. A large focus will be placed on the On & Off Trade. Your key responsibility is a focus on managing our existing account base while securing new business growth.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage and maximise existing On & Off Trade accounts.
  • Prospecting potential new accounts by identifying growth opportunities and leads.
  • Strategically working towards various business sales goals.
  • Managing pouring agreements and draught beer installations.
  • Supporting our accounts through events, sales promotions, beer launches.
  • At all times be an ambassador for the brewery.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • At least 1 years proven sales & account management experience for an alcohol brand. Preferably in London and/or with a brewery.
  • Proven new business success, account growth & lead generation/out the box thinking.
  • Ability to plan for and achieve ambitious sales targets.
  • Highly organised & self-motivated, with excellent negotiation & communication skills.
  • Be persistent & enthusiastic with a positive attitude & personality.
  • Passion for the brand and craft beer
  • Legal right to work in the UK

What we offer:

  • Competitive Salary in line with experience
  • Proud Living Wage employer
  • 28 days holiday (Including public holidays)
  • 1 day a year to volunteer with a local charity
  • 1 extra day leave for your Birthday
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Pension with NEST
  • Free beer!

Salary will be between £24,000 and £26,000 dependent on experience plus a bonus structure. Brick is a London Living Wage employer.

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 jobs@brickbrewery.co.uk

The role is a full-time permanent position and offers the right candidate, the opportunity to progress and develop within the company.

Closing date: 12th May 2021

Job Role: Shift Brewer (Maternity Cover)

 

Job Role: Shift Brewer (Maternity Cover)

We are looking for someone to join our team in Deptford, on a short term contract as a Shift Brewer. However, with our expansion plans, this may become a permanent opportunity.

The role of Shift Brewer will combine general responsibilities across brewhouse, cellar and packaging lines.

Key responsibilities:

  • Clean and sour wort production on a manual 30hl brew-house
  • CIP and sterilisation of brewhouse
  • Complete all appropriate production documentation from grain to glass and follow SOP (standard operating procedures)
  • Assist with packaging (keg, cask & can)
  • Bulk beer storage and transfer, including the correct handling of lines and sanitation of hoses & fittings
  • Maintaining a clean and tidy brewery and warehouse at all times
  • Milling
  • Cellar work
  • Hop gun operation
  • Assist in wort production schedule
  • Comply with high level of Health and Safety at all times
  • Ensure ingredients and materials are monitored and maintained
  • Yeast Management and propogation i.e. harvesting, pitching, cell counts, record keeping
  • Ability to work alone and have initiative to problem solve
  • Represent the company at beer tastings/industry events
  • Other duties as directed by the Head Brewer

You must be committed to quality assurance.  You will be expected to: measure wort density and PH, perform yeast counts and viability staining, measure titratable acidity, attenuation limit, VDK, CO2 concentration, DO/TP, perform sedimentation and brewhouse optimisation trials and analyse and adjust process water.

NB Please note that the role will require some heavy lifting, shift-work and the use of fork-lift truck.  Shifts are currently Monday-Friday early (6am – 3pm) and late (12pm – 8pm) in two week rotation.  Occasional weekend duties may be required.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Minimum 2-3 years of experience in a brewery setting including wort production
  • Minimum partial achievement of Diploma in Brewing or equivalent qualification level
  • Excellent record keeping skills and professional compliance
  • Comfortable with wort production, cellaring, lab work and packaging
  • A passion for brewing and be a team player
  • A desire to innovate and share passion for beer is essential
  • Display common sense and attention to detail
  • Ability to work on repetitive tasks
  • Experience of manual work
  • Be fit and able to lift heavy loads
  • Forklift license (ideal but not essential)
  • Experience in microbiology is desirable but not essential
  • Legal right to work in the UK

What we offer:

  • Competitive Salary in line with experience
  • Proud Living Wage employer
  • 28 days holiday (Including public holidays)
  • 1 day a year to volunteer with a local charity
  • 1 extra day leave for your Birthday
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Pension with NEST
  • Free beer!

The role is a full-time maternity cover position based on 40 hours per week, with an expected 12 month contract, commencing April 2021. Salary will be between £25,000 and £26,500 dependent on experience. Brick is a London Living Wage employer.

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 jobs@brickbrewery.co.uk

CLOSING DATE: 15thMarch 2021

Job Role – Events & Comms Officer

 

 

THIS POSITION IS NOW CLOSED

New Position: Event & Comms Officer, Deptford

Are you social savvy?  Can you create carefully curated and innovative content across all mediums and platforms? Can you manage projects and events from beginning to end?  Are you creative and full of new ideas?

If your answer was yes to all of the above, we have a fantastic role that we are looking to fill that makes you a pivotal role in our family owned and run, independent brewery.  Working closely and collaboratively across all departments, this is a key role in communicating the brand and supporting our growth plans.

Key Deliverables

  • Develop a social media stratgey with set goals to increase brand awareness and engagement
  • Manage all social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Linked In, Tik Tok, You Tube etc.
  • Plan and create innovative and engaging content across all platforms and different mediums, in line with our Tone of Voice and brand personality, ensuring brand consistency
  • Develop and manage competitions and campaigns that promote the brand
  • Create and distribute engaging written or graphic content in the form of e-newsletters, web page and blog content, or social media messages
  • Maintain and update Brick’s brand website with relevant content, news, blog posts and other timely information via WordPress platform.
  • Manage and facilitate social media communities by responding to social media posts and developing discussions
  • Monitor and report on performance on social media platforms
  • Manage our pool of artists and be responsible for delivering our eye catching labels, from concept to print
  • Initiate, implement and manage our events pogrammes both for brand specific activities plus Taproom events/initiatives alongside our Taproom Manager
  • Support the Brand Director through other marketing and/or brand projects
  • Represent Brick at selected industry events as a brand ambassador.

Who we are looking for:

  • Experience in social media marketing and content creation
  • Experience in managing and running events
  • Great knowledge of all social media platforms and social trends
  • Excellent copywriting skills and evidence of effective social media projects/concepts and implementation
  • Amazing organisational skills that allows you to balance multiple projects at the same time and deliver on the agreed timeline
  • Great communication skills
  • Proficient MS Office skills – Excel, Word, plus Illustrator and In design
  • A calm and approachable manner
  • Passion for the brewing industry

What we offer:

  • Competitive Salary in line with experience
  • Proud Living Wage employer
  • 28 days holiday (Including public holidays)
  • 1 day a year to volunteer with a local charity
  • 1 extra day leave for your Birthday
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Pension with NEST
  • Free beer!

The role is a full-time permanent position.  Salary is commensurate with experience based on an average of 40 hours a week.  You may be required to work evenings and weekends. We are an accredited London Living Wage business

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, your salary expectations and notice period, to marketing@brickbrewery.co.uk

CLOSING DATE: Friday 20th November 2020

New Artist in Residence: Katy Binks

As most of you will know by now, since we launched our Sour Series, we have been working with numerous artists to help us create our wonderful eye catching and colourful labels.  We had big plans this year to incorporate these artists into an Artists in Residence scheme and whilst this has been somewhat delayed and unable to be completely fulfilled, we are incredibly happy to introduce our new Artist in Residence, Katy Binks.  Her first label for us is the brand new Lemon Verbena & Mandarin Sour, launching in our online store on Friday 24th July 2020.

 

Wanting to share her work with you and give you a bit more insight into the artists we work with, we asked Katy a few socially distanced questions:

Katy, tell us a bit about yourself… What is your background and where did you grow up?

I’ve lived in London for 15 years,  South London for 10 years,  it’s the longest I’ve lived anywhere so it’s my home. I grew up moving around quite a bit, when I was 12 my family moved to Seoul, they were in Asia until I was about 25, which included time in Singapore and Shanghai as well.  At 12, Seoul kind of blew my mind, it was so different from what I knew, that exposure to a different visual culture and big cities had a huge impact on me, I was really taken by it all.

What does a typical day look like for you…

Six months ago I would have given you quite a different answer! Right now, I’m still working towards finding a new typical, a lot has changed in the art and design world, it’s slowed down a lot, so have I. I’m an early riser, 6.30am most days, I workout most morning’s, it sets me up for the day and keeps me sane, especially during everything that’s going on right now.  Then it’s either to the studio to print, buying paper, exposing screens, maybe a bit of design work or painting walls, pitching for new work, obviously a lot of admin which I try to avoid at all costs but it underpins it all. 

How do you like to work?

Sometimes quite intuitively, I don’t like to plan too much when I print, just see where it takes me, I’m the complete opposite when it comes to painting murals – I like to have it all worked out.  I’m definitely one of those messy artists – my studio is rarely tidy.

What/who inspires you and your work?

I’m always inspired by my immediate environment and what’s going, art is how I make sense of the world around me but I’m also drawn to architecture, pattern and graphic design, which all feature in my work at different points.  If I’m thinking about other artist’s I’d have to say Matisse, particularly his Fauvist period, I also love Patrick Thomas for his stripped back graphic style.

Where or what is your favourite spot in South East London?

I love Burgess Park, they landscaped it a few years ago, I know change is coming as they pull down the Aylesbury Estate and redevelop the area but right now it’s a beautiful spot that serves the local community. 

We are very excited to see what she does next! You can see more of Katy’s work here

What to expect….

Welcome Back! Updated 1st December 2020

We are incredibly excited for our Taproom to be back open, but as much as we are trying to make it feel like it was before Covid -19 hit the world with a bang, we have had to make some changes to ensure that we are doing everything possible to follow the guidelines of the Government.  Therefore, please before you visit, familiarise yourself with what to expect:

  • Bookings only – please reserve your table (remember only up to 6 people) via our bookings page on the website
  • As part of the guidelines of Tier 2, you MUST order a “substantial” meal from Mikos Gyros to enable you to order alcohol
  • As part of the Government guidelines for track and trace, we are required to keep your contact details from every booking for 21 days
  • There will be a QR code for the official NHS Cover 19 app which we request you scan on entry
  • You will be greeted at the front gate and advised where to go for your booking, this may be the front yard or you may be advised to go round to the back yard
  • All areas are now covered for protection from rain, with the front yard also now nicely heated
  • Hand sanitiser stations will be available at the entrance to the front outside space and on stations around the Taproom.  Please ensure you use it on entry and when it is not possible to wash your hands
  • It is now table service only.  Our team will come to you for your order.  Food orders will need to be made via the Deliveroo app for Mikos Gyros (no del charge obvs)
  • We have screens available should you require them for your table, please ask a member of the team.
  • Contactless payment only (this may need to be done by more than 1 transaction if is over £45)
  • All seating is socially distanced, please do not move seating around
  • Toilets will be operating on a one in, one out system with set queue areas.  You will be required to use the hand sanitiser before entering and please remember to wash your hands afterwards!
  • All tables and contact points will be thoroughly cleaned, regularly and at every opportunity
  • You are legally obliged to wear face coverings when moving through the Taproom both inside and outside.  These can only be removed whilst seated at your table and whilst eating and/or drinking.
  • All staff will be wearing face coverings and have access to gloves, however they are not obliged to wear the latter but will be observing social distancing at all times
  • Please ensure your children remain seated at the table and accompany them if they need to visit the toilet
  • Music will be ambient – enough for you to hear it, but not loud so you would ever have to talk loudly or shout
  • Takeaway is still available in cans but they must be taken away i.e to the park or home and not drunk in the arches
  • Toilets are only available for those who are drinking in
  • Our team has received thorough training on new policies and procedures to ensure all customers and staff feel safe at all times

Opening Hours:

Tuesday – Thursday 5-10pm

Friday 3pm – 10pm

Saturday 12noon – 10pm

Sunday 12noon – 8pm

Please remember, if you or any of your party feel unwell, please do not visit, we would love to welcome you back when you feel better.

Please respect social distancing at all times, should you not be adhering, then our staff have the right to ask you to do so.  Should you not comply, then we have the right to ask you to leave.

Please be considerate towards fellow customers, staff and residents of Blenheim Grove

Thanks so much for all your support, it means a lot!

Team Brick

Taproom Re-opening!

Taproom Re-opening July 4th!

So the green light has been given for pubs to re-open on the 4th July and we are happy to announce that we will be re-opening!

We have been working incredibly hard in the background to follow all the guidelines given (plus the new guidelines announced at midnight last night!) and will be opening our outdoor spaces (front and back) for the time being.

We are accepting bookings for the tables in the front yard for Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th July ONLY at the current time and so if you would like to reserve a space, please send an email to taproom@brickbrewery.co.uk with the following details and we can see what we are able to do:

  • Name (full name)
  • Time of Reservation (from which time to which time)
  • How many people (please remember that you are only allowed to meet with one other household or a maximum of 6 people from different households during which time social distancing applies i.e 1m + between you, please can you respect these guidelines – please can you confirm details of how your group is made up in your booking so we can allocate the table and space accordingly)
  • Contact Telephone Number

Please do bear with us, as we work everything out, it may take us longer than expected to come back to you.

The back area will be available for walk-ins, with an outdoor mobile bar, however there will be a limited capacity and so you may need to queue.  We ask that if this occurs, you do so in respect of the people around you, our neighbours and adhering to social distancing. We will make a full assessment after that weekend and then may make changes in the way we do things which is why we are only taking bookings for next weekend only.  All details of any changes and future opening times, will be posted on our social media channels so please follow us if you don’t already, to keep up to date. Links below.

Toilets will be available, but they will be limited and there will be no food available that weekend, however there will be crisps and snacks.

Please see below our opening times:

Saturday 4th July 

12noon – 10pm

Sunday 5th July

12noon – 10pm

If you aren’t ready to return just yet but still want to enjoy our beers, then the Takeaway option will still be available (until we run out of jugs, but don’t worry we have plenty!) so you can take your favourite draft beer home.  We will be ceasing Click and Collect from our online store once we open.

We are super happy to be opening back up, can’t wait to see your lovely faces and enjoy a lovely cold pint together!

See you soon!

Team Brick

Please note: Anyone not adhering to social distancing rules or any of the guidelines set out, may be asked to leave.

 

Job Role – Packaging Manager

New Position: Packaging Manager, Deptford

We are looking for an experienced Packaging Manager to be based at our SE London production site. Responsible for all packaging at Brick Brewery according to schedule (can, keg, cask, bottle), this is a senior position and requires the capable supervision of junior members of staff, and effective communication with senior staff members across other departments and external partners.  An eye for detail in assuring that all duties are carried out in compliance to binding internal and external regulations and quality standards is imperative whilst also monitoring and maintaining stocks of packaging, raw materials, the upkeep of machinery and equipment relating to packaging, and the clean and tidy upkeep of all packaging areas.

Key Deliverables

  • Work with the head brewer and sales director to ensure steady supply of small and large pack products according to weekly, monthly and annual schedules and forecasting.
  • Maintenance of a clean, tidy and safe packaging environment and compliance with statutory regulation concerning HSE COSSH & PPE in collaboration with head brewer.
  • Comprehensive maintenance of all packaging machinery and equipment. Communication with suppliers on preventative maintenance and optimization procedures.
  • Working in collaboration with the head brewer in a continuous drive to improve packaged quality of products through proper CIP and operational procedures – Ensuring product complies to legal standards and conform to key quality specifications (CO2, TPO, CC etc.)
  • Managing all packaging raw materials ensuring that suppliers are in line with our ethical guidelines whist seeking to improve quality and price.
  • Maintain digital record keeping on packaging efficiencies and quality compliance to reduce wastage
  • Training and supervision of work performed by junior members of brewery team. Ensuring that legal and internal safety and quality standards are understood and being followed by all staff working in packaging roles.
  • In collaboration with the warehouse team, ensure proper logging of packaged product and efficient storage of packaged stock and packaging raw materials across all sites.
  • Manage quality and quality processes to maintain our excellent standard of product.
  • Represent Brick at selected industry events as a brand ambassador.

Who we are looking for:

  • 3+ years experience in packaging
  • Previous experience in managing a team
  • Previous experience working on a Microcan ML10 canning line
  • Ideally a relevant technical degree (e.g. engineering, brewing)
  • Proficient MS Office skills – Excel, Word
  • Analytical capabilities
  • Fantastic communication skills
  • The adaptability to problem solve
  • Passion for the brewing industry
  • Forklift truck license

What you get:

  • Competitive Salary
  • 28 days holiday
  • 1 day a year to volunteer with a local charity
  • 1 extra day leave for your Birthday
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Pension with NEST
  • Free beer!

The role is a full-time permanent position.  Salary is commensurate with experience based on an average of 40 hours a week, with shifts based on department needs between the brewery operation hours of 6am and 8pm.  We are an accredited London Living Wage business

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 tdixon@brickbrewery.co.uk

CLOSING DATE: Monday 22nd June 2020

COVID-19 Statement

COVID – 19 Statement – 14th March 2020 – see update on 1st June 2020 at end of blog post

As a business the health and wellbeing of our team, customers and visitors is of paramount importance.  In light of the recent COVID-19 outbreak, we have implemented additional precautionary measures to both our Taproom and Production sites to help ensure everyone’s safety.

Our Taproom continues to be a welcoming and relaxing environment and we will remain open at the current time. In the interest of social distancing, we reserve the right to refuse entry in instances where our site is operating close to capacity and would encourage you to utilize the vast outdoor seating areas.  We will be CARD ONLY from now on and we have put in place increased cleaning of all surfaces and team hygiene procedures.

We would really appreciate your co-operation in ensuring that you wash hands regularly and following the guidance from the Government, NHS and the World Health Organisation.

Should you have a new, continuous cough or a high temperature (37.8) then we would kindly ask you to refrain from entering the premises and follow the protocol of self isolation at home for 7 days.

The team at our production site have been fully briefed on our policy and we have put clear health and safety processes in place. We will continue to assess this on a daily basis.

We would encourage you to support local businesses during this tough time and whist we haven’t got our online shop up and running just yet, please don’t forget that you can always buy take out from the Taproom.

Working together, we can ensure that our Taproom and our production site continues to operate and that our team and our customers are taking every precaution they can to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Team Brick

 

Update 27th March 2020

The Taproom is now closed until further notice.

We have opened a web store, where you can order beer delivered to your door by courier – please click here 

We also have gift cards available should you wish to buy yourself or someone a virtual gift – these can be redeemed online on our web store (Discount code) or you can save them up for a bar tab for when we are back open!  There is even bonus credit – find out more here

Thanks for all your support during these times and we will see you on the other side!

Update 1st June 2020

The Taproom has re-opened for Click and Collect and Takeaway.  Please order online, where you can select your collection date and time.  This really helps us in getting your orders ready and waiting for you, plus also helps us manage queues.

Weds, Thurs, Friday 3-8pm

Saturday 12-5pm