They say if you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life. So, for the beer lovers out there, get your resumes ready.
A company in Florida is seeking interns who are dedicated, hardworking and can handle a lot of brew. World of Beer is looking for three "Drink It Interns" to travel the world and get paid to sample beer.
Three lucky entry-level workers will be paid twelve-thousand dollars to travel the world visiting breweries and beer festivals in exchange for write-ups about their adventures. Food, lodging and travel expenses will also be covered. You just need to be 21.
Is this a dream job or what? While you're friends are slaving away in suits and skirts this summer, you'll be cracking open cold ones, living out your glory days. The company is looking for "social media nuts who are always snapping photos of beer and food to share on social media." You must also be willing to have an "awesome time trying amazing beer in envy worthy locations."
So, if the thought of sitting in an office never has never really suited your fancy and has turned you off from the world of employment, you might just find you have a passion for business after all.
If you can't apply, here are 50 places for 50 local beers in the US:
Both the downstairs pub and upstairs restaurant offer a great atmosphere for drinking one of its beers, like the Bridge of Lions Brown Ale. The upstairs balcony has a beautiful view of the city, bridge and waterway.
Not only is SweetWater one of the best and most unique beers in the South, its microbrewery is also one of the best places to enjoy a beer. Take the tour and for just $10, you get six tasting tickets to try out the different beers -- plus you get to keep your pint glass. There's also live outdoor music a few times a week. Try the SweetWater Blue ale, which is "light-bodied with a hint of blueberries."
The draft list at this beer den changes daily, with 40 drafts and 100 bottles that include a range of local crafts. It's a short walk from Camden Yards, so on game days the historic joint turns into a packed sports bar.
Just beyond Oxford, Taylor Grocery is a classic BYOB spot in the Ole Miss area. You can listen to live blues or bluegrass and drink a beer (from a plastic cup -- no cans) on the front porch while you wait to get a seat at the restaurant.
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It's a "best of" in a city already known for awesome beer. This relatively new brewery has taken Asheville by storm as it combines things that didn't exist together there: great beer, high-end bar food and a huge space with various seating options. Try the Freak of Nature Double IPA.
A local favorite in the charming Lower Greenville neighborhood, its menu is shockingly tasty for a bar that houses Skee-Ball and Donkey Kong. Enjoy Dallas's warm nights with a local draft and a serious game of Jenga on the large open patio.
About 30 minutes from Seattle, the Redhook tour and brewpub is worth the trip, but this is also in the middle of Washington's wine tasting rooms. Run by Redhook at noon, sign up for an afternoon tour, go wine tasting for a few hours, then come back for the tour followed by dinner at the brewery's restaurant, Forecasters Pub.