"That passion for beer has to come through really strong in the initial video, but that doesn’t mean you have to be an expert," she said. "[Applicants] should be able to tell a story. I want to learn something in the video, so they should catch our eye and be memorable."
The best applicants will be called in for a live interview before a panel of "beer-lebrity judges" that World of Beer will be hosting at its outposts in nine cities (see the full list on its website) across the US on April 8. As a bonus, customers at these locations will receive a free beer for voting for their favorite applicant. World of Beer said it doesn't matter if you're still in college, a recent graduate, or even a full-time grown-up, just as long as you're at least 21, from the US, and able to work part-time.
World of Beer plans to officially select the three interns in late April. If you're lucky enough to get the job, you'll set off on your beer-soaked journey across the world in the weeks after that, and with any luck, you'll come back with expert-level beer knowledge, insane stories to tell, and all the industry experience you'll need to land your next beer-related dream job. Oh, and probably a hangover.