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FarmSteady, along with its sister brand Brooklyn Brew Shop, designs, builds, and ships products that help people explore what’s possible in their own kitchens. From baking to fermentation and more, we take great pride in the kits we create.

We work collaboratively as a small team to make our products a reality and share them with folks across the country and around the world. If you have a passion for all things DIY and think you’d be a great fit for one of the roles we’ve listed below, we would absolutely love to hear from you.

Are you an energetic, out-going, goal-driven sales person with a start-up mentality, keen understanding of branding and passion for artisanal food, craft beer and DIY-kitchen projects?

Brooklyn Brew Shop and FarmSteady are looking for a driven, resourceful and experienced Account Manager to join our multi-brand and globally-focused startup and help drive growth among our extensive network of retail partners.

Brooklyn Brew Shop’s mission is to get the world making beer one gallon at a time. We sell our line of compact, easy-to-use Beer Making Kits online and to retailers in 25 countries. In 2016, we launched a new brand called FarmSteady focused on less boozy food fermentation (cheese, kraut, etc…), urban gardening, foraging and other new and exciting kitchen projects.

As part of a small team, you will work directly with the co-founders, creative director, marketing, production and customer service departments, retail partners, media and outside event organizers to devise and execute new sales initiatives to promote our mission, products and partners.

Our Brooklyn-based team (including this role) is working remotely. This position is open to applicants across the US, but special consideration will be made to candidates in New York City who can meet for regular team meetups.

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Brooklyn Brew Shop and its companion brand FarmSteady, makers of Beer Making Kits and DIY food kits, are looking for an experienced, detail-oriented Production Coordinator to play a key role in the the planning, purchasing and execution of our production runs.

Our production facility (based in Kingston, NY) is responsible for an array of jobs that include building our products, receiving, inventory sorting, pick and pack, kitting, special projects and shipping everything from small parcel to freight to international shipping containers. As the Production Coordinator you will work in tandem with our small operations and production team on coordinating production runs including sourcing and ordering raw components, tracking inventory movement, creating spec sheets, scheduling builds with our Kingston warehouse and coordinating shipment of finished goods.

A love (or curiosity) for brewing, cooking, and fermentation projects is a huge plus.

This position is open to anyone in the United States to work remotely. During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, our Brooklyn-based offices are closed, and most of our team is working remotely. Special consideration will be made to candidates in New York who can work periodically from our Kingston, NY production facility.

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We’re looking for Full-Time and Part-Time Seasonal Warehouse Associates for temporary work in our Kingston, NY facility.

The role primarily consists of building kits, packing boxes, filling pouches, applying labels to spec, picking and packing orders and moving inventory. It’s a great position in a fun, safe warehouse environment. If you’re looking to pick up a couple days a week here and there and potentially more through the rest of the year, this may be an ideal fit. We’re seeking several enthusiastic workers to join our team.

So if you’re a hard worker, we’d love if you would consider helping us make really cool products that we build here in New York and ship all over the world.

Prior warehouse or fulfillment experience is great, but not mandatory. There will be on-the-job training available. Possible candidates may include anyone seeking part-time work, members of the gig economy, people in bands, off-season farmers, filmmakers, artists, writers, and anyone else that likes to work with their hands.

As as company, we take the safety of our staff very seriously. All staff are required to wear masks and be vaccinated against COVID-19. Additionally, we have PPE supplies on hand and maintain physical distancing with spaced out work stations.

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