Spend the summer traveling and drinking beer – World of Beer will even pay you ????

Basically, you're paid $12,000 to drink, tweet and write.

This might be the perfect summer job for beer lovers.

World of Beer has taverns all across the U.S. and – as the name implies – it specializes in offering a wide variety of craft beers from all over the world. And the company wants to pay some lucky beer lovers thousands of dollars to travel and drink.

Not a bad gig, huh?

The company is looking for a team of "Drink It Interns" to go from brewery to brewery, drinking and documenting the experience.

"We’ll send you to WOBs across the country and internationally to capture the best beer and 'beer people' stories," the job description reads. "Document them by blogging, capturing video, taking photos, Facebooking, Tweeting, Snapchatting, ‘gramming and anything else you think would be awesome to help tell the tale."

Basically, you'll get paid $12,000 to drink, tweet and write.

If this is your calling, you can find the application and full job description here. Applications are accepted until March 26.

After you submit all your stuff, World of Beer will look it over and pick people to move to the second round.

Those candidates will do a live interview at their nearest participating World of Beer location on April 8.

Oh, and that interview will be done on a stage in front of panelists and customers. No pressure.

Even if you aren't applying, you're welcome to go to the interview and watch the show. St. Paul is one of nine World of Beer locations holding live interviews.

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