Aldi is looking for an official beer taster

Supermarket Aldi has begun a nationwide hunt for an official beer taster. The person chosen will get to to review its new range of beers, lagers and ciders coming out on September 15.

The successful applicant will receive a selection of beers that need to be tested, reviewed and consumed, helping Aldi bosses ahead of key decision making for its next range.

The unique job will require the taster to have a passion for beer and pints of enthusiasm, as they will be asked for feedback on the whole range. From smooth craft ales to refreshing IPAs, Aldi’s official beer taster will receive 10 different products to review.

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To apply for the post, budding beer tasters need to send an email explaining why they think they should be chosen for the role – as well as outlining what their favourite beer is and why.

Julie Ashfield, Managing Director of Buying at Aldi UK, said: “We’re looking for someone with passion and excitement when it comes to craft ale, but who can honestly review our range and provide suggestions as to how we might improve it for next year.

“For beer lovers, this is the ultimate opportunity. Best of luck to all applicants.”



Aldi drinks range
Aldi drinks range

To apply for the Official Beer Taster role, shoppers simply need to send an email to [email protected] with the following details:

1. Full name

2. Proof of age (copy of passport or driving license)

3. Social media handles (If applicable)

4. A 150-word explanation as to why they should be chosen for role

5. Favourite beer and why

Entries are open until August 29. The chosen winner will be selected by September 2 with samples to follow for review. The opportunity comes as Aldi welcomes its new range of beers this coming September.

To enter now and for the full terms and conditions, click here.

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