The Long-awaited OrchestratedBEER iPad app version 2.0.2 is now available for download on the iTunes app store. The app got a serious overhaul with a new user interface and increased functionality. Users can now view important information about all open production orders, including:

  • Planned quantity
  • Completed quantity
  • Completion percentage
  • Due dates
  • Beer components

Users can now easily process production orders for packaging runs by completing individual cases or full pallets with automatic conversion to case quantities.

The app extends OrchestratedBEER out on to the brewery floor, allowing mobile users in harsh environments and conditions to process production orders quicklyOrchestratedBEER iPad app and easily.

The app is the first of many versions to come that will eventually replace a typical desktop computer and mouse with a touchscreen tablet that can be deployed in the brew house.

OrchestratedBEER is the only brewery management software system on the market with a mobile application that’s tied to real-time accounting transactions and inventory levels. As brewers fulfill production orders or package production runs, the app conducts all the backend transactions so brewers can spend less time inputting data and more time focusing on brewing beer.

Brewing:

visualize beer production on the OBeer iPad app

“Issue” your Wort and “receive” it into fermenters for your green beer phase. Visualize tank capacity, batch numbers, planned quantity, dates, times and completion percentages.

Brewing:

View components of a production order on the OBeer iPad app

View components of a production order including item groups like malts, hops, water… you get the idea. Track units of measure in lbs, grams, gallons, etc. Then see your planned quantity versus what was actually used.

Brewing:

track yeast IDs from the OBeer iPad app

Track yeast IDs, Generations, crop and tank

Brewing:

track steps in the beer production process via iPad

The handy “steps” button in the top right corner lists the description and timing of the steps in the brewing process.

Cellaring

cellaring filter buttons

Filter by buttons show production orders by stage in the production process (fermentation, dry hopping, aging, filtration) or by timeframe (all, this week or today)

Packaging:

filter buttons for packaging on the OBeer iPad app

Filter your packaging by bottles, kegs or cans

Packaging:

user interface for the OrchestratedBEER iPad app

Packaging:

OBeer packaging menu

The app is free to download on the iTunes App store and you can even use a demo database to try it out. Search “OBeer Production” on your iPad to download.