Waldhaus Releases NFT Collection to Celebrate 190 Years in Beer Business
The wheat-based drink that has become famous all over the world is using blockchain technology. In honor of its 190 years in the beer business, the well-known and respected Waldhaus Brewery has just released its first set of non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The ‘Waldhaus ONE’ series was made in collaboration with the creative people at W3 Digital Brands. It has 190 NFTs that are drawn in 3D. The company gives away a high-end digital item for every year that it has given customers the best beverages.
It is interesting that Web3’s advanced features have been used for the first time by a traditional brewery in Germany. When it comes to seeing technology as a way to expand standard branding and marketing opportunities in the business world. Due to the fact that the Reinheitsgebot hasn’t changed in a long time, the Waldhaus ONE NFTs will last forever on the blockchain.
Waldhaus has put out a set of 190 NFTs with five different styles that are all different kinds of rare. So, fans can get any of the following limited-edition bottles: 80 ‘Ohne Filter’ bottles that spin and grow moss, 50 ‘Natur Radler’ bottles that bounce back, 30 ‘Ohne Filter’ bottles that grow into a tree, 20 ‘Diplom Pils’ bottles that gracefully swirl the beer around the screen, or just 10 ‘Hell’ bottles that break and come back together in an endless dance of broken glass.
Waldhaus and W3 have only put the whole collection on the OpenSea platform, and you can get it right away if it’s still available. When you get one of these unique beer collectibles, you’ll be able to use it in a number of ways. The perks listed above include exclusive access to future mints, VIP passes to Waldhaus events, beautiful beer gifts, and a year’s worth of beer for one lucky winner.
Even though Waldhaus is one of the oldest beer names in the world, it has no plans to show off its age. The well-known and respected brewery will use the newest and most advanced technology to show that it is still important in the modern world. In 1833, when Mr. Darwin was doing his study, the Waldhaus Brewery was set up to meet the demand for beer around the world. People all over the world still like to drink something cold after a long day, which shows that this preference isn’t going away anytime soon.
Waldhaus, which is in the beautiful southern Black Forest, is committed to making the best beer possible while staying true to its roots. In keeping with this tradition, it continues to use raw hop cones, pure spring water from the forest, and the best-toasted wheat from Germany.