You read that right …
Beer lovers, forget your day job – here’s your dream job. World of Beer is accepting applications for a “Drink It Intern,” and they’re willing to pay you to travel and drink beer.
Three lucky recruits will spend their summer searching out the best craft beer and food they can find. Interns will go to World of Beer locations across the country and even internationally to document great beer and great beer stories through blogging, video, photos and social media.
Applications are being accepted through March 26 on the World of Beer website. You’ll need to fill out an application and submit a one-minute video highlighting your passion for beer, your brew knowledge, and your sparkling personality.
Candidates must be 21 years of age to apply (duh).
If you survive the first cut and make it to the second round of the application process, you’ll go for an in-person interview on April 8th at one of these World of Beer locations around the country:
- Henderson, NV
- Ft Worth, TX
- Tampa, FL
- Greensboro, NC
- Cambridge, MA
- Columbus. OH
- Gainesville, FL
- Rockville, MD
- St Paul, MN
Observers are welcome to come watch the interviews too, as applicants respond to questions from panelists and show of their beer knowledge and social media skills.
Want to do some research before you apply? Or maybe you just want to daydream about busting out of your cubicle and being a Drink It Intern? You can check out some the adventures of the 2016 Drink It Interns on the World of Beer website. From the “Burning Can” festival in North Carolina, to touring the Guinness Brewery in Ireland, to participating in an actual brew day at Dogfish Head – the stories are sure to whet your appetite for a road trip, an overseas flight, and of course a great beer.
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