Man puts his résumé where it's bound to be noticed: on beer.
It's only a four-pack, because he needs employers to remember to hire him.
Brennan Gleason is a Canadian graphic designer who needed to get more work but didn't want to sacrifice the time he was spending making beer at home. So, naturally, he brewed up a nice blonde ale ("Gleason's Résum-ale"), printed out specially-made boxes and labels with his résumé printed on them (the labels on the bottles also each contain an image of Gleason's design work), and sent them to potential employers. I don't know if he's found any new work yet, but wouldn't be surprised if some of those lucky employers wrote back to ask for a keg-length version of his resume. If you want to act interested in Gleason's work in the hopes of scoring some Résum-Ale, you can check out his website.
While this résumé is just straight-up cool, you should also check out "16 completely insane résumés that may actually be better than yours."