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Company looking for paid interns to drink beer for 4 months

A Florida-based restaurant and bar chain is seeking paid interns who are willing to travel the world and drink beer for four months.

Company looking for paid interns to drink beer for 4 months

World of Beer, a Tampa-based restaurant and bar chain, announced it is seeking three "Drink It Interns" to visit breweries and beer festivals around the world to sample food and craft brews. UPI News reported.

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The interns would be paid $12,000 (4 million Naira) in addition to their food, lodging and travel expenses. They would be required to write about their beer-tasting adventures for the company's website.

"Whether you're a photographer or writer, social media maverick or beer blog surfer, we are looking for you. Adventure seekers and storytellers, beer experts or novices, brewery nerds and foodie fans all open to apply. So if you want to live, drink and tell the tale to the world, get ready to apply for the chance to share your experience as a Drink It Intern," World of Beer said on its website.

Candidates, who must be 21 or older, can apply at World of Beer locations or online through March 26.

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