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Five Unusual and Lucrative Jobs in Whiskey Industry

Dreaming about entering into the spirits  industry? If you have the passion for getting your hands on some oddball opportunity, here are 5 unique jobs that the industry has to offer.

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Unusual Jobs in Whiskey Industry-snifferHiconsumption

Got a nose of a bloodhound? Your freakish sense of smell can get you a job of a sniffer in the distilling industry. You just have to sniff a new distillery’s product and analyze it to determine what needs to be improved in its process.

Brewing Professor

Would you like to teach the world to brew? If yes, you can take this job. Many institutes offer courses like beer production, quality control, brewing microbiology, raw materials and wort production.

If you have the depth knowledge in brewing, you can become one of the acclaimed brewmasters.

Hops Breeder

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Hops are the most crucial ingredients in the whisky world. A slew of experimental hops has been produced by breeders to get better yields, make it more pest-resistant, or delicious. Anyone who is more into growing flowers can take the venture of a hops breeder.

Leak Hunter

If you never mind spending countless hours sharing with the angels, this is for you. The job of the leak hunter is perhaps the most romantic but certainly crucial when it comes to minimizing the wasted bourbon.

They are employed in gigantic bourbon warehouses to follow their noses and eyes in hunt of leaking whiskey barrels. Once they find out a leak, they begin repairing the barrel with a handful of cedar chips and a mallet.

Distillery Mouser

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Do you have a cat with a proven record of mouse kills? There is an exciting job open only to cats. As distilleries are usually plagued by mice, it needs resident mousers to keep breweries and distilleries free of mice.

Welcome to the amazing world of alcohol!

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