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You Can Get Paid To Drink Pints Of Guinness In Cosy Dublin Pubs This Winter

By Brian Dillon

September 24, 2019 at 2:49pm


Dream job alert.

Seriously though, you couldn't ask for a better gig...

The Irish Road Trip is looking for people to sample and review free pints of Guinness. And the pay ain't too shabby either: €22 an hour (plus pints paid for, of course).

So, what does the job actually entail?

Well, the successful applicant will have the responsibility of heading to pubs around Dublin that are known for pouring the finest pints of Guinness.

When visiting the pubs, you'll have to order a pint, drink it, grab a photo of it, and write 250 words about that pint.


And what exact pubs will you be visiting? Well, they are The Gravediggers, The Long Haul, Mulligan’s, The Strawberry Hall, Gaffney’s, Tom Kennedy’s and Toners.

Sounds like something you're up for? Before applying, you'll need to make sure you have a few things going for you.

You'll have to be able to string 250 words together, perfectly describing each pint of Guinness you have.

You also must have the ability to get a high-quality snap of the pint and be free to visit each of the seven pubs over a four-week period throughout November and early December.

Plus, it goes without saying, you need to be over 18 years of age.

Does this sound like you?

Here's what you'll need to do...

Write 300 words or less, reviewing a great pint of Guinness you've recently had, making sure the reader is experiencing the pint as they read your words.

Think you have what it takes? Check out the job ad here.


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