Perfect Job: Get paid £9,246 to travel and drink beer for 4 months

Perfect Job: Get paid £9,246 to travel and drink beer for 4 months

Sorry before you get too excited this is in the US, but I’ve heard getting a Visa is possible 😉 Also, this job may return in a few months but currently they’re part way through the current set of interns.

World of Beer, a chain of craft beer pubs (known as Taverns in the US) currently have 4 paid internships, with the aim to travel, drink beer and document it but best of all they’re getting paid $14,000 (£9,246) for the 4 months! Making it possibly the best job in the world.

The current interns will soon be finishing the 4 months so we’re expecting a new set of intern positions to appear!

The current 4 interns

The current 4 interns

The original job posting stated that interns will be required to be “hopping from brewery to brewery, WOB tavern to WOB tavern, to explore beer for themselves and share their stories with WOB drinkers across the country,”

You don’t already need to be a professional beer snob to apply, in fact it is more of a social media internship than anything else, so the ability to photograph well and tell a decent story is pretty much the only thing you need to be able to do.

What sort of photos are they taking?

Love at first sight. #lifeofadrinkitinern

A photo posted by World Of Beer (@worldofbeer) on

It was a long day, but well worth the travel to visit and film @brewdogofficial today! #Scotland #craftbeer

A photo posted by World Of Beer (@worldofbeer) on


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