How To Get A Job In The Beverage Industry (VIDEO)


Drink Careers 101

Have you ever considered a career working with wine, beer, spirits, coffee, tea or soda? Looking to get a job in the beverage industry and don’t know where to begin? We’ve got the lowdown on how to get a gig in the beverage business from industry insider Alan Kropf. Kropf was recently named as one of the movers and shakers in Forbes 30 Under 30: Food & Wine, so if anyone knows how to make it in the booze business, it is the mastermind behind Mutineer Magazine.

In this video, Wine Oh TV’s Monique Soltani teams up with Mutineer Magazine’s Alan Kropf and finds the answer to the millennial job market crises might just be joining the recession resistant beverage industry. Monique gets some advice on how to help recent grads turn their passion into a profession.

What is Drink Careers 101?

A printed how-to guide to pursuing a career in the beverage industry, covering job opportunities working with wine, beer, spirits, coffee, tea and soda. This comprehensive guide will explore a long list of specific beverage professions in full detail, with insights and resources for securing employment in the beverage industry. Information will be provided on education and certification options and current industry trends, along with interviews with leading beverage industry professionals, many of whom are already involved with this project.The Drink Careers 101 guide will be supported by speaking events, with Mutineer President Alan Kropf presenting the information in the guide at various college communities across the United States. All of the work for this printed guide will be done in-house, with Mutineer Magazine’s seasoned editorial and design teams handling production, so you know the final product will be as creative and eye-catching as it is informative.

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