Planned packagings can now be added at the same time as planning a batch
Planned packagings are really useful when it comes to forecasting production and planning your schedule. They greatly improve the power of the stock forecasting tools and show on your batch schedule calendar.
To make them easier to set up, you can now add them from the same form as the original batch planning.
Customers can now be quickly added/remove from customer lists from the customer page
Completed deliveries can now have their duty moved to a previous month
Ever completed a delivery late, only to find that Breww has put the duty on the current return, but you'd like it on a previous duty return? Well, now you can move these duty entries to the beer duty return of your choice.
Breww will put a note on both returns to record what was moved between the two, so there's always an audit log of what happened.
Of course, be careful to not move them to a return that you have already submitted to HMRC.
Customer custom fields can now exported using the Raw Data Explorer
You can now return "Added to stock" inventory receipts back to "Draft"
Now you can easily put an inventory receipt that has been added to stock back into draft. This will remove any of the stock added, and then allow you to edit or delete the inventory receipt.
Customer custom fields can now be used in BrewwQL filtering
Customer custom fields, which can be set up in Customers > Settings > Custom fields, can now be used to filter in BrewwQL
New Sellar integration options to make Sellar work best for you
If you've not yet experienced the Breww integration with Sellar, you can find out more here.
The new options can be seen below:
All map-based delivery areas shown on one map
To make it easier to review and set up your delivery areas, you can now see all map-based areas plotted on a single map.
UK postcode based delivery areas will not be shown on the map. We recommend using maps-based areas for all future delivery areas that you create.
The batch cost report now displays the cost ex. duty as an ingredient cost and packaging cost
To help at-a-glance analysis of batch costings, we've split the "Cost ex. duty" column on the batch cost report to display the ingredient cost and the packaging cost, for quick analysis of where costs have come from.