Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Want to work in the business? Here's your shot!

Do you have a Passion for Beer, Wine and Spirits? 

If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you! 

Molly’s Spirits is a brand new 33,000 square foot liquor store located near Lakeside in the Heart of Denver. We are striving to create a unique shopping experience for consumers by creating a culture of excellence through our commitment to selection, service and value. 
Our employees will become Ambassadors of the brand and must demonstrate exceptional customer service that will facilitate customer loyalty. 
We value our employees and understand they are the foundation for making Molly’s a successful company.  
The right candidate will be responsible, honest, friendly, and a true team player. We are seeking individuals who are passionate about providing the best customer service experience possible. 

If this sounds like you, we would love to have you join our team TODAY!!!! The First step is to apply online at mollysspirits.com, or by responding to this ad with your resume and contact information. The Second step is to come, to our Open Interviews on Friday October 24th from 2pm-6pm @ Beverage Distributors of Colorado. 14501 E. Moncrieff Place (East Building Room #400)

Positions available:

-Beer Crew
-Wine Consultant 
-Spirits Crew
Requirements include:
-Must be at least 21 years of age
-Must be authorized to work in the U.S.
-Must pass a pre-employment drug screening test and criminal background check
-Must display a positive can-do attitude 
-Must be committed to delivering exceptional customer service 
Not required but preferred:
-Knowledge of wine, spirits, or beer 
-Sales/marketing experience 

To take advantage of this exceptional opportunity to build your career in the retail liquor business please stop by on October 24th from 2pm-6pm for open interviews.

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Beers of Europe: Part 7 - Belgium

At last, the mecca of beer. Such a tiny little country with such a big beer portfolio. We were only is Brugge two nights but I have to say we each had our share of outstanding beers. Every single one had their own specific glass and complexity. I need to go back and try them ALL...

Saturday, June 30, 2012

Beers of Europe: Part 6 - Amsterdam

There are two well known beers that come out of Amsterdam and they are Heineken and Amstel. I told myself I was going to try these here just because I wanted to see if they were worth it when they were fresh. Of course every time I went somewhere with a tap list there was something else just that much more interesting so I never did try either. From chatting around I found out that the Dutch are on the verge of a craft beer craze but at this point the specialty beers in this area were mostly from Belgium. We did find some real nice ones at a local bar that only served local beers.

(This is as close to a Heineken as I got)

Monday, June 25, 2012

Beers of Europe: Part 5 - Cologne

This was one of my favorite stops of the whole trip. Köln has the perfect mix of history and new age. Unlike Munich there is pretty much only one style of beer in this city and that is Kölsch. I had some amazing ones while I was here and hope that more of these become available in the states. The beer comes served in a small .2 liter glass and they have specialized 12 glass carriers for the servers. As soon as you run out another is replaced until you put your coaster on top of the glass signaling you are ready for your check.  Kölsch has a strict set of rules in order to be called that defined in 1986. Kölsch cannot be brewed outside the city of Cologne (except for a few breweries grandfather in), must be brewed with a top fermenting yeast, and the brewery must be within view of the "Dom" (Central Cathedral).

(My Favorite)

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Beers of Europe: Part 4 - Munich

Ahh Bavaria....We arrived in Munich on Easter Sunday. When we were planning the trip we really didn't think about it but luckily everything I was interested in was open. What's better than Easter dinner at Hofbrauhaus? I believe most if not all of the beers we had in Munich are commercially available here in the states.

Easter Dinner

(this was breakfast...)

(At one of the English Garden's Biergartens.)