1. Inspiring locations
Our pubs, inns, and hotels are located in some of the most beautiful parts of the world, with our thriving estate spanning the West Country region from Bristol to the Isles of Scilly.
2. Amazing views
You’ll be working to the backdrop of exceptional scenery – featuring everything from breathtaking seascapes to rolling green hills, picture-postcard fishing villages, and golden beaches.
St Austell Brewery was founded in 1851 by Cornishman, Walter Hicks. In 1893, he went on to build a new Victorian Tower Brewery, overlooking St Austell Bay. We have been brewing there ever since.
4. Competitive pay
We value our people and offer them the great rates of pay they deserve.
5. Great perks
You’ll be treated to a range of staff benefits. These include: 30% off food and drink in our pubs, 50% off stays at our inns and hotels, and a cycle to work scheme.
6. We're a family
From our humble beginnings right up to the present day, St Austell Brewery has been and remains proudly independent and family owned. You’ll feel part of that family too.
7. Recognising talent
We invest in our people. St Austell Brewery offers some of the best benefits, training opportunities, and incentives in the region.
8. Products that delight
Most famous for our flagship beer, Tribute Pale Ale, our range of award-winning beers - also including Proper Job IPA and korev lager - are available in pubs and supermarkets nationwide.
9. Driving innovation
We have been brewing for over 170 years. While traditional brewing techniques remain, innovation, passion and craftsmanship continue to evolve.
10. Part of the community
Many of the South West’s most famous pubs are part of the St Austell Brewery family and you will usually find one at the heart of every community, particularly in Cornwall.