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About Tiny Rebel

We’ve really got to think hard to try and remember the fine details of how it all started. Not because we’re getting old but because so much has happened between having the idea to start Tiny Rebel in 2010, to launching Tiny Rebel in 2012 and all the way through to the present day. 

Our friends and family thought that Gazz and I were mad spending nearly every Saturday and Sunday for almost 2 years homebrewing in a garage in Newport. It was a massive social sacrifice but the buzz we got from doing it far outweighed any negatives. It always puts a smile on our faces knowing that Cwtch, the beer that won Champion beer of Britain back in 2015, was designed and created on our 50 litre homebrew kit in a garage. 

From day one, Tiny Rebel has always been about people, community and beer - and that will never change. 

After a crappy 2020 there is no better time to kick start 2021 and begin to EVOLVE AND AMPLIFY Tiny Rebel for the better. 


The Role:

We are looking for an experienced brewer to join our team. 

Working directly with the lead brewer and management, the role requires a full understanding of the brewing process with key focus on wort production. The ideal candidate will be happy to foster a training relationship within the team, as well as setting and contributing to KPIs and process improvement. The role will also require a key focus in RnD and will need the candidate to be comfortable with a range of beer styles. 

Key Accountabilities

Raw material intake, preparation, stock rotation and maintenance.
Wort production on both of our dual stream 60 hL brewhouses.
Adherence to quality assurance procedures and specifications.
Supervise wort production process start to finish, ensuring all products are within specification, quality assurance procedures implemented, KPIs met and highest level of product quality delivered
Report defects in product/ specification deviations, process deviations directly to line manager/ through abnormality reporting process
Report maintenance defects to Line manager
Deliver process improvement programmes ( i.e. Training of team and adaptation from principle to practice, implementation on brewhouse)
Feedback and development alongside line manager with regards to continuous improvement process
Deliver training programme to new  and existing team members, delivering updated operating procedures in line with improvement process when required
Maintain appropriate documentation/ records (Boiler house, open and close sheets, forklift checks, CIP validations)
Layout and prioritise daily/ weekly hygiene and maintenance programme 
Report hygiene defects / individual failures in meeting set levels of hygiene to line manager


Minimum 2 years experience working in a commercial brewery.
A relevant qualification in brewing is preferred (IBD General Certificate and above)
Ideal candidates will be comfortable with data collection and interpretation
Capable of physical work (able to move malt sacks & hop boxes <30 kg)
Excellent communication skills & ability to work effectively alone and within a team.
Able to demonstrate a good understanding of basic food hygiene, health and safety legislation as well as quality assurance principles.
Demonstrate mechanical empathy.
A passion for beer and brewing with a keen eye for details & a positive, committed attitude.
Rights to work in the UK.
Ultimately, candidates must be flexible, fit and willing to take on any job with a positive mindset. 

Salary : (22-26k)


Health Insurance
Cycle to work scheme
40% discount across our venues
Fully funded training opportunities (e.g. IBD qualifications)
How to apply:

Email your CV and Cover Letter to [email protected]

Please make your email subject 'Senior Brewer'