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Brewing Company Pays You to Drink Beer

October 18, 2017
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Finding a dream job is something only a few people get to experience. Instead of spending your days complaining about your tight schedule and a paycheck that can’t even pay all your bills, you now have an opportunity to earn an income and stay jolly over the next few months as a professional beer taster. Meantime Brewing Company based in London is looking for a passionate beer taster. If you haven’t updated your CV, this may be the time to as they have started taking applications.The Meantime Brewing Company was founded in 1999. Over the years, the company grew and became popular with brands such as London Pale Ale, Yakima Red, and London Lager.According to the company, beer tasters are essential in assisting Meantime perfect and introduce their modern products globally. The company seeks to narrow down to three candidates for a beer tasting session before they decide on the top pick. The right candidate will join a team of brewers as they sample, deliberate, and exchange opinions on a variety of beers.

What Qualifications Are They Looking For?

There are no particular skills or experience requirements needed. It won’t matter whether you can do a keg stand, how long you’ve been drinking, or how many beer bottles you can shoot in a row. However, it’s not a case of getting into a bar and asking for the inexpensive beer or a case where anything will do. You’ll have to know your beer facts.If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, you’ll be glad to know that all the company is looking for is:

  • An individual able to provide informed and consistent results and feedback
  • A team player who can comfortably work with other experts and tasters
  • A passionate beer lover able to provide objective and honest feedback on a range of different beer styles
  • Someone with expert knowledge of alcoholic beverages and taste buds for detection. You should be able to tell the different ingredients in each beer.
  • An individual who understands the global consumer markets
  • Someone with a vast knowledge of beer terminology

If you hate your 8-5 job, you’ll be happy to know that with this new position, all you need is 3 hours a week. The best part is that its research for work and the weekend starts here.

Any Other Requirements?

Due to the nature of this role, you’ll have to be over 18. You will not only get to enjoy a competitive salary, but you’ll be in for lots of beer benefits as well. A firm grasp of the English language is also one of the basic requirements. As long as you know your normal malt from dark malt, fuggles from cascade hops, and Pale Ale from your IPA, you’re on the right track.

How Can You Apply?

Unlike traditional jobs where you have to send a resume and cover letter, all you need to do is head over to LinkedIn and describe why you would be a good fit in thirty words. Also, you can get artistic by including videos and photos. However, do not forget to include the hashtag #pickmemeantime in your post.If you would like to learn more about the position, click here. And if you’re preparing for the interview, a trip to the pub may work magic.Read more Food and Drinks articles here.

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