• Our Investment Offering •

Investment Tiers

$100

Have your name on the wall in the taproom.

$500

Have your name on the wall in the taproom

+ pint glass & tshirt

$1,000

Have your name on the wall in the taproom

+ pint glass & tshirt

+ included in mural space (size small)

$5,000 Investment

  • Have your name on the wall in the taproom
  • Pint glass
  • T-shirt
  • Included in mural space (size medium)
  • Private brew day with our brewer

$10,000 Investment

  • Have your name on the wall in the taproom
  • Pint glass
  • T-shirt
  • Included in mural space (size large)
  • Host a private event in our space

Become an Investor Now

Step One

*Before you can become a member investor you need to be a member of the Co-op. Please join here

Fill out the required online investment form below. This form is for the Subscription Agreement information. We will complete and return the official Subscription Agreement documentation to you for your signature (please allow 48-72 hours for processing) .

Investment Form

Thanks! Don’t forget to complete your payment after filling out the investment form.

Step Two

Minimum investment is $100 with incremental increases of $100  (ex: $100, $200,  $500, etc) + 3% processing fees.

Select the amount to invest and authorize payment. You should immediately receive an email receipt for the transaction.



 

*If you would like to avoid processing fees we would be happy to set up an in-person meeting. Please contact us here.

Step Three

After we’ve reviewed your investment form we’ll email you a request to sign, date, and return the legal Subscription Agreement for our records.

*Please keep a copy of your signed Subscription Agreement for your records.

Once the investment subscription is signed and returned to us you are an official investor in High Five Co-op Brewery. Congratulations and Thank you!

Investment Offering FAQs

Do I need to be an owner to invest?

Yes, to invest in High-Five you need to become a Member-Owner. Click here to join now.

Can you accept group investment shares or does the investment have to be individualized?

While we would love to accept group investments, each investor has to be a Member-Owner. If you have a group that would like to pool the investment on your end, you may do so.

Do member-owners have limited legal liability like with an LLC?

Member-owners of a cooperative enjoy limited liability for the debts and obligations of the business, including liability for the unlawful acts of other shareholders and employees. Your liability ordinarily is limited to amounts invested in the cooperative. However, limited liability does not relieve you from personal liability for your own unlawful actions.

Investment Offering FAQ Sheet

Summary of Offering

Membership Units Subscription Agreement

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Still Have Questions?

Please check out our frequently asked questions section, read over our business plan, bylaws and more, or contact the board with your inquiry. We will be happy to answer any questions you might have.