Sea Dog Brewing Hosts Job Fair with Plans to Fill a Hundred Positions on Treasure Island
New 10,000 sq. ft. Restaurant and Brewpub Holds Five-Day Fair for Employment
Tampa Bay, FLA (September 20, 2017) – Sea Dog Brewing Co.’s newest location is hosting a job fair, open to the public, for various positions including cooks, hosts, servers, bussers, dishwashers, and bar backs. The job fair will be held on location September 25th – September 29nd and October 2nd – October 4th from 11AM – 2PM and 4PM – 7PM. The application and interviewing process will be conducted in person, so applicants are encouraged to bring resumes along with them.
Sea Dog Brewing Co. is nearing completion on the development of their 10,000 sq. ft. brewery on sunny Treasure Island. The new location features a full kitchen with a gulf-inspired menu, a merchandise store, and more. Opening its doors this fall, Sea Dog Brewing Co. – Treasure Island is located directly across from Treasure Island Beach, along the inter-coastal of the Gulf Bay.
Phase one of two consists of the completion of the elevated restaurant space, merchandise store, downstairs bar with grab ‘n go sandwiches and drinks, and enough seating for up to 300 guests. The second phase of Sea Dog Brewing in Treasure Island will be the Tiki Bar and is set to have amenities such as Adirondack chairs, fire pits, boat slips, water views, and more.
Charles Breakiron, General Manager, “I believe our waterfront bar and open-air dining, beer infused sauce recipes and signature cocktails, along with the gorgeous views of Sunset Beach right across the street makes us a destination spot for all locals and vacationers”.
The Treasure Island location will be equipped with locally branded merchandise and an NFL ticket for the upcoming season. With a full liquor license, the property will be serving Shipyard private label liquors and, of course, local Sea Dog craft brews by Bobby Baker, head brewer at Sea Dog Brewing Co in Clearwater, FL. For extra spunk, the Treasure Island location will be offering beer infused signature cocktails on their menu like Blood Orange Ancho Margarita, Wild Bluepaw Cooler, and Sunfish Sun-Gria.
Treasure Island’s Sea Dog Brewing Co.’s executive Chef, Mark Boyd is excited to bring a fresh gulf-inspired menu to the table with many dishes made from scratch on location, house-smoking meats and seafoods. A sneak peek into the menu: Mojito Shrimp Salad – mixed greens, grilled shrimp, blueberries, feta, cucumber, radish, sea salt smoked almonds, mojito vinaigrette; Ahi Tuna Poke – Sushi grade tuna tossed with avocado, sesame, soy, lime and sea salt served with tobiko, wontons and cucumber; 727 Cheesesteak – House cut angus beef with IPA braised onions, piquillo and cubanelle peppers, Dakin Dairy white cheddar and mojo garlic aioli; and a North Atlantic Scallop Risotto – Pan seared diver scallops, sweet pepper & leek risotto, grilled broccolini, and a citrus fig reduction.
About Executive Chef Mark Boyd
Executive Chef Mark Boyd is a Tampa native. Early in his career, he worked with national brands such as Bar Louie and Shula’s Steakhouse before venturing into Destination Hotels and Resorts for eleven years. He spent the past three years at The Woodmark Hotel in the greater Seattle area working with the flavors and cuisine of the Pacific Northwest before accepting the Executive Chef position with Sea Dog Brewing, Co.
About Bobby the Brewer
A local Florida native to Clearwater, Bobby Baker’s education begins in science with a Bachelor’s Degree in Aeronautical Science from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach. His brewer training with Sea Dog began in Bangor, Maine in 2012. There he learned the old-world English style brewing of beer. Sea Dog’s brewing system is a Peter-Austin system, which was the first generation of microbreweries, and was developed by Mr. Austin himself in England in 1978. Upon learning the trade of brewing, his inspiration to develop new recipes for Sea Dog was insatiable. Now, Baker has the freedom to develop recipes on a weekly basis- some that stay in the tasting room & and some that venture into Sea Dog’s on premise accounts throughout Florida. He oversees a 20-barrel brewing system at the Clearwater location, responsible for the distribution of beer all the way from Key West to Pensacola. Most of his brewing inspiration comes from local cuisine. Offering beers with such diverse flavor profiles, Baker enjoys knowing that his customers can always expect a complex -food driven beverage.
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