Now Hiring Copywriter & Social Media Whiz

Now Hiring Copywriter & Social Media Whiz

Edited July 12, 2015: This position has been filled. 

We have an opening within our creative team for a entry level part-time Copywriter & Social Media Content Developer. You and the art director will work as a super-galactic team, creating visual and verbal kryptonite, that renders earthlings vulnerable to the consumption of craft beer. Don’t worry, it’s easier than you think. I mean come on, everyone loves good beer.

What we are looking for:

A degree or self-taught background in english, journalism, graphic design, marketing, or a combination of all that sounds magical to us. We want to help you get cool projects in your portfolio. We need you to create an idea and run with it, but also be open to brand related suggestions. You need a creative mind and voice.


  • familiarize yourself with our brand, target audience and activities in the craft beer market
  • work closely with the head bartenders to deliver brand awareness via social media
  • present initial ideas to the art director, some of which may be put on hold or developed into workable concepts
  • write multiple copy options for single marketing campaigns
  • modifying copy
  • oversee the production with print shops, photographers and third-party vendors
  • help cast actors and models to appear in adverts
  • you and art director are accountable for checking all the content being advertised is truthful and complies with codes of advertising practice. Although proofreaders may examine the final copy, you are also responsible for checking spelling and grammar. Accuracy is essential.

This is a super fun job. Starting pay is $10 per hour. Apply by submitting our online mini app located here. Please do not call. All submissions will be reviewed. Thank you.

Edited July 12, 2015: This position has been filled. 

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About the Author:

Meylo is a Texas-based freelance front-end web designer with a passion for great beer. His love for craft beer started back in early 2000 when he was introduced to breweries like Real Ale and Independence Brewing Company. He combined his craft beer passion and graphic design aesthetic to created a unique standing in both communities. He has help clients like Shiner, Whataburger and now Grain To Glass, to help extend their creative brand. Favorite Beer Style: American Strong ale.

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