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The Beer Resume

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They say that beauty is in the eye of the beer-holder. So one man has got straight to the point in the quest to be noticed, with this fantastic resum-ale.

Canada-based web and graphic designer Brennan Gleason brewed his own blonde ale, before branding it with his own name, creating Gleasen's Resum-ale. His CV and achievements are printed on the box with the labels on each of the four bottles featuring an example of his work.

Simple and brilliant, though if every prospective employee did this, then recruiters would be permanently drunk. Jobs all round!

[via Design Taxi]

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