Dream job? Paid to drink beer every Friday!

Dream job? Paid to drink beer every Friday!

Meantime Brewing Company, in London, has a new part-time position opening as a ‘Beer Tester’… the only problem is your Friday afternoons will be a right off as the job involves drinking beer all Friday morning!

The job requires:

  • A passion for beer and taste buds that match
  • An understanding of global consumer markets
  • A firm grasp of the English language
  • Versed in the terminology and vocabulary of beer
  • 3 hours of spare time a week (every Friday morning)

The job advert reads:

‘Have you ever dreamt of being paid to drink beer? Well, that could soon become a reality as we’re looking for beer lovers to earn a living, tasting new and innovative beers. Yes, this could just be the best job in the world.’

Meantime Brewing Company, the brewery behind modern beer staples London Lager, London Pale Ale and Yakima Red, are searching for part-time staff to join the company as official beer tasters. Beer tasters are key in helping Meantime perfect and launch new products around the world. A successful candidate will join the panel brewers as they taste, discuss and pass opinion on a range of different beers.

The salary is described as:

‘competitive… with beer benefits’

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