These Companies Will Pay You Actual Money To Drink Beer

These Companies Will Pay You Actual Money To Drink Beer
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Getting paid to drink beer—does this sound like a dream come true? The obvious (and only correct) answer is yes. It’s a completely made up job, though, right? Nope, not even remotely true. Jobs like this actually exist. Think about it, companies need to know their beer tastes good, right? What better way to find out if the general public will be down to partake than to offer it to them?

If you’ve been mulling over a career change then send your resume to these companies. They may not be looking right this second, but they’ve filled these positions in the past. This means they’ll probably be doing so in the future too. Rest easy knowing they’ve got your resume on file and they’ll be calling any day now to rock your world.

Carlsberg Beer Taster

Carlsberg Beer Taster

Carlsberg is a Danish beer company that regularly offers one lucky winner of a contest a chance to be a beer taster. 

The latest winning got $20,000 and a 4 hour gig as a beer taster. Sounds like the best way ever to spend 4 hours, right?

World Of Beer Interns

World Of Beer Interns

World of Beer, a company located in Florida, seeks out interns for what could only be described as pure heaven for college kids.

"Drink It Interns" must be social media mavericks since their $12,000 payment requires them to travel the world while blogging, Instagramming, and Tweeting their beer drinking experiences. Pretty fair trade, right?

Smithsonian Beer Researcher

Smithsonian Beer Researcher

Would you be willing to trade heavy duty research for beer tasting? Yeah, thought so. 

The Smithsonian is taking a gamble thats someone would be down to put in some library time in order to create a comprehensive history of craft beer. You get a $64,000 annual salary.

The gig is the result of the museum wanting to open an exhibition that explores the history of beer. Sounds like the perfect reason to visit DC, doesn't it?

Beer Auditor

Beer Auditor

You know how people at the checkout are supposed to look at your ID if you're buying alcohol and you look like you're any younger than 95? 

You better believe companies actually enforce that policy. How? By sending in undercover agents to test the employees. You buy beer and then get reimbursed for your purchase later, so you'll never have to pay for beer again! 

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