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The World of Beer franchise is becoming well known for their “Drink It Intern” program, and the 2017 summer interns are already underway. Here’s how it works: First they choose three winners. Then they travel around the country, and internationally, to document beer stories. Note my use of the word “document” and not just “drink beer and Instagram.” As a member of the first class of Drink It Interns, I can say the experience is just as amazing as it sounds, but there is a lot of work involved. Thousands of people entered, and hopefully, this will explain a little of how this process all works.
World of Beer is hiring interns to drink all summer, Burger King UK will soon sell beer, and Delaware tries to modernize their liquor laws. We’ve got all the beer news you’ve been craving, now it’s time to enjoy. Sit back, relax, and read up on the details in this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
Three lucky beer lovers will have the opportunity to spend a summer traveling around the country, seeking the best craft beer and food, all courtesy of World of Beer. The craft beer bar is debuting its new program “Drink It Interns,” where interns will use their social media and writing skills to share the beer stories and knowledge that they gather during their travels.
When: Thursday, November 5 from 6-7pm
Where: World of Beer LoDo, 1555 Blake Street Unit 102
Sharpen your pencils, break out your trapper keepers, and jot down some notes in your Lisa Frank notebooks, it’s time to go back …
ABV: 5.6% | IBU: 40 | Draft Only
There are few breweries that cause every American beer enthusiast to pause when their name is uttered. Dogfish Head has a foundation based on being one of those breweries that, when mentioned, everyone holds their breath in anticipation of hearing what is said next. Some amazing beers have come out of there, and I am not talking about exceptional IPAs or Brown ales. What I mean are collaborations with world renowned rock bands, a stout made from ingredients from each of the world’s continents, their Ancient Ales Series, and so much more. Maybe that is why I wasn’t taken aback when I found out, back in 2012, that they had brewed a beer with lobsters and cocoa.