With over 30 beers in our portfolio, Pabst Brewing Company is the largest American-owned brewery. Since 1844, we’ve taken pride in brewing beers that have become iconic, cherished American brands. Brands that promote regional pride, and brands that express common bonds amongst people all over the world.
Pabst is honored to be part of so many lives. We work tirelessly to provide worthy products and memorable experiences in local communities. Loyalty is hard to come by these days. Being your beer of choice is a great privilege, which is why we deliver nothing less than award-winning taste and quality.
Trust your good times to Pabst.
At Pabst, we craft distinctive brews for true beer-lovers. These people understand that quality doesn't come from expensive advertising.
It comes from maintaining the heritage of our brands, true community connections and, most importantly, meticulous brewing standards. Standards that can be tasted in every can and pint, which is why we're fortunate to have such loyal followings. With over 30 unique beers in our portfolio, we're sure that there's a PBC brand you'll come to cherish.
With our diverse portfolio of national and regional brands, we are experiencing unprecedented growth. it's an exciting time to be at Pabst. It's a time for fostering an investment and growth strategy that allows us to maintain our entrepreneurial spirit.
We don't operate like the industry behemoths. Our local approach builds unique relationships with our consumers because we support them in fun, meaningful ways that are relevant to their communities. It's rarely the easiest approach, but the results are rapidly growing followings that exude passion and loyalty.
To accomplish this, we are looking for talented individuals committed to working with a team of genuine brand champions; our consumers feed off of us. If you're ready to be a beacon, we look forward to hearing from you!
- Full Benefits (medical, dental, vision)
- 401k w/ 4% match wth immediate vesting
- Paid Holidays
- Paid Vacation
- Flex & Floating Days Off
- Fun Company Culture - we sell beer!
- Flexible Working Hours
- Telecommuting for Positions in the Field
- Beer Ambassador Program
- Car & Phone Allowance
- FREE BEER
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Pabst full-time (More than 10 years)
New ownership willing to invest to grow
Several declining brands that take away focus from ones with more opportunity
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Pabst in March 2015.
The initial interview with the hiring manager was very positive and felt more like an informal discussion than an interview. Afterwards he said he would recommend me to move through to the next round of interviews, a process that would take a couple weeks to plan and schedule. Fast forward 2.5 months later...after numerous follow up emails on my behalf, and return emails from the Mgr stating reasons/excuses such as "holding patterns and other issues taking precedence over the market area" I sent yet another email inquiring about the status of the position and was informed Pabst had hired someone else that same week. The frustrating part of everything wasn't not being hired. If another candidate was a better fit or had greater experience than me, I'll accept that. What I don’t appreciate is the fact I was never really given an honest shot at the role in the 1st place. If you say you "like someone" and you're going to move them forward, do it. Don't blow smoke and get people's hopes up. Also, Pabst should really try to reach out to the candidates who weren't hired to inform them they weren't, before the candidate has to call and get the news themselves. Especially after they've been goose chasing the position for 2.5 months.
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The Pabst Brewing Company is a 19th-century brewer retooled for the 21st century. The company, founded in Milwaukee in 1844, today is something of a "virtual" brewer. Pabst owns no breweries, but instead, it contracts with MillerCoors to actually manufacture its beers, while Pabst retains the brand ownership of and does the marketing for its stable of blue-collar brands (including Pabst Blue Ribbon, Blatz, Pearl, Lone Star, Old Milwaukee, Old Style, Schlitz, and Colt 45). Pabst Brewing was owned by the Kalmanovitz Charitable Foundation until June 2010.