There's layers upon layers of mold built up for generations in the labyrinth of cellars.
No job security as they intend to get rid of most temporary workers in the winter time. Need to return several summers to finally get hired full time. Once full time, you can get away with barely working and still not get fired.
The salary for new employees is garbage. For a mega conglomerati, you'd think they'd be able to at least pay the same as a craft brewery, but they don't Meanwhile, for tenured employees, the salary is insanely good, and their pension prints fu*k-you money when they retire at 55. No new employee will ever be treated like this.
There are daily meetings which helps employees get an idea of what to expect, however communication is very one-way.
All-in-all this works as an entry point for someone looking to break into the brewing industry. You will receive free boots of awesome quality, and receive your yearly beer allotment all at once.
Cheap cafeteria food, No weekend work, Free boots, An emphasis on safety, A metric swimming pool worth of beer allotment
Rotating shifts, No job security at first, excessive black mold exposure, Low pay