This area is where you can set up some basic information for your brewery.
- This is the name of your brewery that is used when generating reports and displayed in the app.
- Brewery EIN (US based breweries)
- This is the Employer's Identification Number that is used when generating tax reports
- Brewery Number (US based breweries)
- This is the TTB brewery number for your brewery that is used when generating tax reports
- Starting Brew Log Number
- The starting brew log number is used to set the number where we start auto-generating brew log numbers as batch logs are generated in the system. This is just a starting point and generally doesn't have to be changed after initial set up. If you don't use a numbering system for your batch log numbers you can easily change the batch log number (identifier) at brew time.
- Address (US based breweries)
- This is the location of your brewery that is used when generating tax reports
This is where you set your default units of measure that you use in your brewery.
- IBU Formula
- The formula used when calculating IBUs of recipes and batches
- The unit of measure used for volumes of tanks, transfers, recipes, and brew day.
- The unit of measure for gravity (SG or plato)
- The unit of measure used for grain weight in recipes, batches, and inventory.
- The unit of measure used in recipes and batches
- Hop Weight
- The unit of measure used for hop weight in recipes and batches
- The formula used when calculating beer color of recipes and batches
This is where you can manage and view your list of integrations.
If you are a customer of Ollie Order and Ollie Ops you can manage you integration here. This will allow you to generate a new API key that you can enter into Ollie Order in order to use Ollie Ops as a new warehouse location to transfer finished goods out of.
If you are a customer of KegID and Ollie Ops you can manage you integration here. You can view your sync logs and reprocess any messages between the systems on the occurrence an issue arose during the sync that you have to address.
If you are using Quickbooks Online Plus which includes inventory management, you can automatically sync packaged inventory between Quickbooks and Ollie Ops.
This is where you can manage and view your list of brewhouses.
The application allows you to add custom fields to your Fermentation Logs. You can manage these custom fields here.
Adding a Custom Field
You can add any number of custom fields that you want to track within your fermentation logs. The fields can be a number, a short text field, or a long text field.
A custom field requires you to provide:
- Label: This is what will be displayed on the fermentation log form and within the list of logs on the batch screen.
- Key: This is a unique identifier for the field that the system uses to store and reference when dealing with this field
- Field Type: Select whether this should be a number, short text, or long text.
Removing a Custom Field
The system does not allow you to remove a custom field, but allows you to inactivate the field instead. This means that any new logs created will not have this field as an option for entry. However old entries that have this field will still retain their values.
Editing a custom field
The system only allows you to change the label that is displayed to the user in the form and list areas.