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World Of Beer Asks Interns To Eat, Drink And Hop Around Globe
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World Of Beer Asks Interns To Eat, Drink And Hop Around Globe

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World Of Beer Asks Interns To Eat, Drink And Hop Around Globe

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World of Beer, a Tampa-based bar and restaurant chain, is looking for interns willing to travel the globe, tasting beer and documenting their experiences across social media for four months.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning, I'm David Greene with a pretty enticing offer - beer internship.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Sounds like you might be interested in applying, David.

GREENE: Yeah, probably better hours, Steve. Well, anyway, World of Beer, a Tampa-based bar and restaurant chain, is looking for interns, specifically interns willing to travel the globe, tasting beer and documenting their experience across social media. As to what job skills one learns after four months of beer drinking, well, that might depend on what exactly they remember. You're listening to MORNING EDITION from NPR News.

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