Investors could soon be sipping a Shiba Inu-themed lager beer as Shiba Brew, the leading SHIB-themed coffee brewing company could extend their products from freshly roasted coffee powder to beer.
Shiba Brew boasts of an array of products including a variety of coffee powders, mugs, tumblers, t-shirts, and other apparel. The new addition could be two different flavors of lager beer in a 330ml bottle of the pint. An icebox to keep the beer chilled could also be a part of the collaboration.
The SHIB-themed company sent out a tweet hinting that they’re looking at launching Shiba Inu beers. They also shared a picture of two lager pint bottles of 330ml with the Shiba Inu logo plastered over them. The backdrop also features an icebox with the SHIB logo.
“Good morning. Shib fam have a family problem to take care of, will be back to normal in a few days. Have so many things to announce & do once I’m back. A 100 percent which will be a few more days. Will try to respond to all Dms asap. Below is a sneak peek of our new collaboration,” the tweet read.
Watcher Guru reached out to Shiba Brew for a confirmation about the upcoming SHIB-themed beer. However, the company has not responded yet at press time. We will keep you updated with more information about the development when we receive a response.
Shiba Inu: Beer, Coffee, Apparels & ‘Burns’
Shiba Brew also ‘burns’ SHIB tokens for every purchase made on the website. It is reported that 10 percent of the company’s proceeds are being moved towards SHIB burning. The development reduces the circulating supply of the token and helps to increase its price through demand.
Apart from Shiba Brew, the Music-streaming website, headed by Steven Cooper also regularly ‘burns’ Shiba Inu through users’ transactions. In addition, 9 different companies around the world have joined the ‘SHIB burn’ pledge and are doing their part in reducing its circulating supply. Read here to know all the businesses that are ‘burning’ SHIB daily.
At press time, Shiba Inu was trading at $0.00002581 and is up +2.8% in the 24-hours day trade.