In a boost to the employment in the community, Tribe Breweries is looking to hire more people.
CEO Anton Szpitalak said that their scale up exercise is expanding faster than they had anticipated.
"The demand for our products is more than ever and we are looking for additional team members," he said.
"We have plenty of opportunities available and are looking to hire people locally."
They are looking to at least employ dozen new people in brewing and packaging teams and in the warehouse.
"We are growing faster than we can hire at the moment and the number of vacancies are going to grow quite rapidly between now and September," Mr Szpitalak said.
"We will keep hiring because we are quite behind our quota of where we wanted to be in terms of our demand."
In July's council meeting, the brewery has exceeded the local employment requirements put in place by council in 2018 and will receive 50 per cent discount on their developer charges for 2019-20 water and sewer.
The brewery, which employs over 50 people, will be charged $1,793,375 for Section 64 developer charges based on their water and sewer usage during the 2019-20 financial year.
In May this year, Tribe Breweries launched Goulburn lager during COVID-19 lockdown. It is a "crisp lager" with all-Australian ingredients, named in honour of the Ducks Lane address.
"It's made in your community, by your community," Mr Szpitalak had said.
"Most of our [workers] are from Goulburn. It just didn't feel right not to have a brand in our portfolio to reflect that."
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