DRINKERS are being offered a job to truly lift their morale – a year of coastal pub touring and ratings as the best.
The successful applicant, who must have a degree, will receive an annual salary of £ 28,672 for visiting 80 bars and giving feedback.
Local drinker Tony Blanchard, 47, a banker, joked: “Did Carlsberg ever boast that their beer was ‘probably the best in the world?’ Perhaps this is the best job in the world! “
Factory manager Duncan Attwood, 46, added: “I may have to apply for this job on my own.”
Another joked: “I bet they don’t have to book tables or queue for hours like the rest of us.”
The ad, posted by Lincolnshire County Council, said: “Good knowledge of the region’s heritage as well as the architectural and social history of the pubs is to be expected.
“Like a good understanding of the social and economic role of public housing in today’s rural and urban communities, and the current challenges they face.”
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The “Inns on the Edge” project will involve studying pubs along the 50-mile coastline from Grimsby to Boston.
This is part of a broader plan to make Lincolnshire a paradise of historic pubs and bring people to the county.
This position, sponsored by English Heritage, is one year, with CV required by May 3. The project can be deployed to other areas if successful.