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ISO: New Writer!

As we approach our six month anniversary one thing has been clear – we want to expand! This summer has turned out to be much busier than any of us expected and things don’t seem to be slowing down.

We are looking for someone who loves beer, first and foremost, and wants to write about it! We need a writer who can do weekly posts, but also add to either a weak area of the site (more admin help, different style preferences, new events, etc.), and has some new ideas for us. With that said, we’re willing to be flexible in your post commitment. We would like some semblance of regularity, but if we can get a great writer who’s able to do a post every other week, we’d be fine with that as well.

If you’re saying to yourself: “I am all of those things!” You can apply by emailing thebeercircle@gmail.com with:

  1. An example post (or if you write for another blog, links to posts)
  2. List of favorite beers and styles
  3. Ideas for future posts/columns
  4. Rough estimate of hours/week you’d be willing to put into the site.

If you apply and don’t get chosen, we’d love to use your example post as a guest post for the site! We look forward to what our readers come up with.

For the love of the beer.

UPDATE: Deadline to apply is Monday, October 1st!

Cheers!

Russ, Greg, Paige, Jeff, Garrett, and Bob
The Beer Circle 

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Written by Russ Beck, Garrett Miller, Paige Deckert, Bob Pack, Jeff Kupko and Greg Bruce

Russ can trace his beginnings in craft beer to sitting in Zeno’s Pub in State College drinking various craft beer options from across Pennsylvania. Since then, he has never faltered in finding new brews, whether they’re rare, delicious, or hopefully both. Russ will be writing on a large variety of subjects, including but not limited to: reviews, homebrewing, and how to take labels off of beer bottles. He’ll drink just about anything, but prefers a nice Stout, IPA, or Weizenbock. Find Russ Beck on Google Plus

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