Calculate and suggest losses on transfer

Hi. Seems it would be logical to have Breww calculate and suggest losses on transfer between vessels (e.g. from FV to BBT). Currently it doesn’t, and you need to manually calculate the ‘losses’ based on reported volume in FV vs. the amount transferred to BBT. Not a big deal, but annoying. I see Breww does calculate and suggests losses when racking (see example below). That same functionality would be great please! Cheers

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Thanks, Tom, this would be a great addition.

We’ll see what we can do :+1:

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Any update here @luke It is minor I know, but still annoying when it is present and really handy in the racking section. Cheers

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Can we add this please. Your competitor Brewman does this with ease. My brewers should not have to get out their calculators, and I’d rather that they didn’t!


I assume a fairly ‘easy’ addition considering they already do it for racking… Unnecessarily annoying to have to manually calculate.


Great news, we’ve just released a rebuilt version of the transfer tool, which adds this feature :tada:

There are a number of other improvements (most around merging/splitting) in the new transfer tool, as well as it being more mobile-device-friendly. This update also opens the door for further improvements to the transfer process, such as (Automatically) Add ingredients/process aids/stock items during transfers between vessels & from brewing system which (along with the loss suggestion idea) have been held up on the tool getting a ground-up rebuild.

We hope this proves useful and I apologise for taking so long to complete this, especially when I appreciate that it looks simple on the surface.

Thank you :smile:


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