Citing a “challenging” craft beer market, California’s Lagunitas Brewing said Tuesday that it would slash 12 percent of its workforce in a move that will impact at least 100 employees. The announcement comes about 17 months after Heineken International completed its purchase of the Petaluma-headquartered craft brewery.
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Supply Chain Category Manager - Lagunitas Brewing Company -- Petaluma, CA (12/13/2018)
Responsible for our supplier relationships, category strategies, and sourcing processes.
Lagunator - New Jersey - Lagunitas Brewing Company -- Hoboken, NJ (12/11/2018)
To support local markets by engaging in sales and relationship building.
Continuous Improvement Engineer - Lagunitas Brewing Company -- Chicago, IL (12/03/2018)
The Continuous Improvement Engineer will provide leadership to major on-going continuous improvement
Senior FP&A Analyst - Lagunitas Brewing Company -- Petaluma, CA (11/29/2018)
This number-lover partners with our leadership teams to support effective decision-making through a
Pricing & Revenue Management Analyst - Lagunitas Brewing Company -- Peatluma, CA (11/06/2018)
You'll partner with departments across Lagunitas to develop & execute pricing strategies.
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|Sucks Holiday Ale||IPA|
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|Little Sumpin Sumpin Ale||Ale|
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|Imperial Stout||Imperial Stout|
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