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Gordon Biersch average salary is $26,191, median salary is $22,901 with a salary range from $22,901 to $41,517.
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Cook 22,901-24,024 Broomfield, CO, 80020 2010 Gordon Biersch Cook Salaries (5)
Gordon Biersch Broomfield, CO Salaries
Brewmaster 41,517-41,517 San Jose, CA, 95101 2010 Gordon Biersch Brewmaster Salaries (1)
Gordon Biersch San Jose, CA Salaries
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  • Assistant Brewer
    PURPOSE: Brews beer to specific recipes observing all sanitation and safety procedures, while promoting beer through marketing and restaurant functions.
  • Expo
    Job Description Hourly Non-Exempt Position Position Title: Expo Summary: Trays food in accordance with order tickets and spec. Clears and resets tables,
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  • Gordon Biersch
  • Industry: Beverages (Alcoholic)
  • City: Chattanooga, TN
  • Come back with us for a moment to 1987. Dan Gordon is one of the most sought-after brewers in the country. Dean Biersch, an experienced restaurateur and beer lover, is searching for a partner to help open a brewery restaurant. A mutual friend arranges a meeting. They sit down. Have a few beers. And the rest, as they say, is beer history.