Distillery Utility

Company Name:
Sazerac Company
Welcome to Barton 1792 Distillery, Barton Brands of Kentucky. Our proud heritage dates back to 1879 with the founding of the Tom Moore Distillery in Bardstown, Kentucky. Renamed Barton 1792 Distillery, we continue to produce the highest quality spirits for over 130 years. In 2009, we became a part of Sazerac Company which was established in 1850 and is a leading U.S. spirits supplier, with the world's most decorated distillery, and a portfolio of award-winning brands. Sazerac is an independent, family owned company; we attribute our success to a unique blend of our history, culture, brands, relationships, innovation, technology, and most importantly, our people.
Utilitiy Operators will be trained in two or three areas as listed below:
1. Dried Grain Utility - Start up, shut down, and clean centrifuges. Monitor when operating.
Start and control feed rate to truck loading and conveyors.
Bag off accumulated whole grain dust.
Clean rest rooms, spills, leakage, litter, dust.
Resupply rest rooms.
Make caustic/acid solutions for Beer Still and Evaporators
2. Dryer House Operator - operate steam heated rotary dryers and evaporators in a semi-automated system.
Control flow rates via pumps and automatic valves, from whole stillage tanks and centrifuges to rotary dryers
and 5 effect evaporators.
Monitor product moisture and fluid levels.
Must be able to climb stairs, ladders, etc.
Will be required to turn large valves, read instructions, adjust instrument controls, judge volumes, read
thermometers, and understand vacuum and pressure.
Various other duties required as decided by management.
3. Mash Hand - Using automated systems:
Regulate grinding of grains.
Control filling of cookers with water, stillage, and grain according to management-supplied formulas.
Control heating, cooling, and pumping of mashes.
Make biological and chemical additions to cookers.
4. Control flows of fermented mash, steam, and water to distillation equipment according to distiller's instructions.
Control collection of alcohol products from still and pump as instructed.
Make simple calculations.
Read and interpret proofing devices.
Prepare cleaning solutions.
Complete records and keep recording charts updated.
5. Operate truck weighing scales, record results.
Sort and distribute shipping documents.
Simple calculations required.
Operate conveyor equipment from panel board to distribute new grains over clean and into appropriate bins.
Clean equipment and work area
Utility Operators will be required to work weekends but will get a day of rest during the Monday through Friday work week.
Utility Operators will may be required to work different shifts during the normal work week depending on need.
Date: 2014-09-18
Country: US
State: KY
City: Bardstown
Category: Manufacturing/Production/Warehouse

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