The products shown here are the items you make and sell (such as single beers, mixed-pack beers and even bundles of beer with glassware). The stock items you purchase in order to produce these products (such as ingredients, packaging, glassware, etc) are managed within in the
In order to sell something in Breww you need to first create it as a
Product. We need a name, code and basic price. More complex pricing can be managed using
Price books from within the
Sales section of Breww. Products are made up of components. You can add as many components as you need, and in any combination. There’s two types of component:
Packaged beer- These are beers you produce in Breww’s production section. You select the
Container typeand the quantity.
Stock items- These are the items you purchase (managed in the
Inventorysection of Breww).
- You can add multiple different packaged beers to produce a mixed-pack.
- You can add a packaged beer and a glass (a stock item) to sell a gift pack (and add the box as a stock item if you want to track your packaging stock level too).
- For cans/bottles, if you make your container type a single can/bottle then you can make a product for one bottle/can and another product with a quantity of 12 to make a fridge pack - and price them accordingly.
You can view a product and see all the basic details about the item, such as how many you have in stock, pricing and the components (see above). Additionally you can see all open orders (not yet delivered) which contain the product. Breww can track
Sites, see the settings section) for products which use packaged beers. We also keep a detailed audit log of all the key events relating to a product.
Sometimes you might want to sell the same beer under multiple names (or
Aliases). For example you might do a Christmas special version of one of your beers or one for a local event or festival. If you want this to be identical to one of your standard products in all but name (and optionally price) then use our handy
Aliases feature. Pick the right alias when creating the order and we’ll customise the invoice, delivery note and any cask/keg/etc labels so the customer never knows that you also sell it (possibly for less) under a different name
This form lets you assemble a product into another. Examples include creating a case of 24 x 330ml cans from single 330ml cans, or adding an extra ingredient to a cask or keg to make it into a new product. Cases of 24 cans can be made on-the-fly by configuring the product in that way, but if you want to pre-prepare a number of them at once, this is the tool you need.