Have you ever dreamed of being part of a thriving brewery? Or maybe even just a nice cold beer? Well, Munich-based company MetaBrewSoceity might be able to offer you both. Through their next endeavor, MetaBrew Society (MBS) is set to start leveraging the power of NFTs to kickstart a community-operated brewery business by offering NFTs holders voting rights in the MBS DAO.
MetaBrew Looks To Join Forces Fellow Brew Enthusiasts
MetaBrew Society seeks to combine to wonders of beer, blockchain technology, and NFT utility to create thriving experiences where holders truly possess utility inside both the digital and physical. For this reason, MetaBrew has taken to the blockchain to provide holders with “voting rights” through “Beer Share Certificate” NFTs. Equipped with 6,000 NFTs, MBS has set a two-stage release schedule for minting that has yet TBA.
MetaBrew’s Beer Brewery NFT Offering?
As mentioned above, Metabrew has yet to provide the public with a set release date. However, they have provided vital details regarding what holders can look forward to if they decide to opt in. The opening of the physical Meta Brewery all henges on the mint going rather well and hitting 75% sold. Once MetaBrewery reaches its set landmark, MBS will complete the purchase of an existing brewery. This will allow MBS to officially form a DAO that will consist of the NFT holders.
NFT holders can expect to attend festivities and events organized by MBS as well as a “voucher” to receive at least 100 free cans of beer per year. Likely to come in the form of an additional NFT, holders that wish to forgo their portion of the batch might be able to draw some profit from the secondary market.
All remaining revenue from the purchase is set to go towards expanding the brewery. Furthermore, the holders will vote on a charity to receive 10% of the royalties generated for the collection. Each “beer share” certificate is unique, based on animation, color, font, and other elements. Moreover, each “beer share” varies in levels of governance across decisions made in a physical brewery, with decisions ranging from brewing methods, pricing, and future land purchases.