We have a real treat for you today! To the best of our knowledge, this is another industry-first innovative feature from your friends at Breww
Do you contract brew for other breweries? You can now use our secure “share links” to share real-time information and data with who you’re brewing for. They don’t need to be a Breww customer to see a live basic overview, but if they are, they can link your batch to theirs and view your records alongside their records. (Some sensitive information, such as people’s names and costs are not shared.)
If other breweries brew for you, ask them for their Breww share link! If they use don’t use Breww (yet), then why not suggest they contact us for a demo. They would get all the benefits that you get, plus of course, they can save more time than ever before by sharing their batch data in real-time.
And it works for collaboration brews too.
Here are some screenshots to show you a little more:
The brewery that’s brewing the beer can share the batch by simply sending you the secure link. For this side of the share, nothing else is different to any other batch:
Anyone with this link will be able to see basic information relating to the batch. They don’t need to be logged in, or be a Breww customer (so don’t give the link to people you don’t want to see this):
If the other brewery (the one not brewing the beer) is also a Breww customer, they can also link this batch to their own “version” of the same batch. When they do, they’ll be able to see their own records alongside those shared by the brewery that’s brewing the batch.
Each of the shared tabs, then becomes a drop-down so the non-brewing brewery can keep their own records as well as see those recorded by the brewery making the beer.
Sensitive information, such as people’s names and costs are never shared. The share is one-way from the brewing brewery to the non-brewing brewery and the non-brewing brewery cannot change any of the data shared with them, they can only view it.
We hope this makes working with other breweries easier than ever before. If you work with a brewery that doesn’t use Breww, why not suggest they get in touch with us for a demo
We’d love to hear your thoughts and suggestions below… Happy Friday