Dream job alert as Edinburgh firm Flavourly is looking for a beer taster

An Edinburgh business that delivers craft beer nationwide is on the hunt for a hopprentice or beer taster.

Published 11th Feb 2021
Updated 9 th Aug 2023

Flavourly, which is based in the capital, is currently looking to hire a beer taster - a job ideal for any craft beer lover.

The Flavourly hopprentice aka beer taster role is live now, and involves sampling craft beers and sharing thoughts on them.

As part of Flavourly's mission to champion smaller, craft breweries, the beer taster must have a passion for beer and "an appetite for discovery".

Flavourly is growing fast, and currently offers over 50 different beers for delivery from its site, with a further 100 being launched later this year.

The beer taster role has been designed to help taste these new beers as they come onto the market.

Posting about the job, the Flavourly team said: "Our ideal candidate has a passion for craft beer and an appetite for discovery; we want someone who can sample our craft beers, describe our new releases and help shape the future of the Flavourly range."

The duties and responsibilities of the job include: Regular sampling of brand-new craft beers from the Flavourly range delivered direct to your door, giving constructive and honest feedback about beers tried, thoughts on the beer's branding and the chance to complete a Cicerone beer qualification to become a certified expert.

The team at Flavourly need the ideal candidate to be over 18, have an interest in craft beer and be able to dedicate two hours per week to beer tasting.

To find out more and apply, click here.

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