Hangar 24 set to expand, hire and throw a part
Spring 2010 means a time of growth at Hangar 24 Craft Brewery, where the remodeling of the existing building across from the Redlands Municipal Airport will help double brewing output from 8,000 barrels to 16,000 barrels a year by the summer.
A job fair is set for May 23 from 1-5 p.m. There will be up to four beer tenders and two tour guides hired. Additional jobs to fill include a cellarman (an assistant in most brewing duties) as well as a delivery driver, but those jobs aren’t being filled via the job fair.
“Growth is a good sign for the brewery, but it’s also a pleasant sign for the local community that we are able to add jobs,” Hangar 24 owner Ben Cook said. “If we continue at our current growth rate, more expansion and more hiring is projected in upcoming years.”
Currently, the brewery employs 25 people.
Hangar 24’s 2nd Anniversary celebration, June 5th will take place at the brewery from noon-7 p.m. Visit here for more details