IMO, I would make the following changes (based on the professional world, maybe brewing is different).
-Get a professional email address (email@example.com) for example.
-The professional summary reads more like a cover letter. It is pretty long for a summary and has a bunch of grammatical errors. Keep it short and to the point. Use a cover letter to elaborate on why you want to work there.
-Typically, I would also add that the skills would be below your work experience.
-In your work experience I would elaborate on specific things you did instead of bullets of everyday tasks. For instance highlight your reviews, how much volume you moved around yearly, detail the quality control stuff, etc.