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Creating Recipe Versions in Orchestrated

Creating Recipe Versions in Orchestrated If there's one thing that's escalated to the nth degree in the world of brewing over the past few years, it's all the different variations hitting taps and shelves. Double Dry Hopped, Single-Hopped, Barrel-Aged, Fruit, Vanilla, and on and on. How do you keep track of those recipe or Bill of Material (BoM) revisions without [...]

By | May 23rd, 2018|

World Beer Cup 2018: OrchestratedBEER Customers Win Big Again

World Beer Cup 2018: OrchestratedBEER Customers Win Big Again   One of three medals awarded to Firestone Walker Brewing at the World Beer Cup - Photo courtesy of The Full Pint Concluding the Craft Brewers Conference, every-other-year, is the World Beer Cup - a judged competition that this year featured 8,234 entries from 66 countries. Known as the [...]

By | May 10th, 2018|

CBC 2018 Recap

CBC 2018 Recap We’re excited to have had another successful week at the Craft Brewers Conference in Nashville. Here are some of the highlights of our time in the Music City. A Strong Presence on the BrewExpo Floor For the second consecutive year, the OrchestratedBEER booth had a larger 20’ x 30’ footprint which was readily easy to find via [...]

By | May 8th, 2018|

Three Ways to Explore OrchestratedBEER at CBC in Nashville

Three Ways to Explore OrchestratedBEER at CBC in Nashville We’re headed back to CBC again, this time in Nashville, Tennessee. And just like last year, we’re offering you three ways to explore OrchestratedBEER while at CBC. Booth 2424 Stop by Booth 2424 to see the latest OBeer innovations we’re debuting at CBC. While there, learn more about our limited time [...]

By | April 27th, 2018|

4 Ways to Remain Competitive in the Beer Industry

4 Ways to Remain Competitive in the Beer Industry It's clear that the craft beer industry is changing, as breweries are dealing with a more mature market than previous years. With the rate of growth slowing, how are breweries remaining competitive in the craft beer industry? Calculating the changes in the market, it’s important to stay ahead of the game [...]

By | April 13th, 2018|

Pricing Beer 101 : How to Price Beer in an Ever Changing Market

Pricing Beer 101 : How to Price Beer in an Ever Changing Market Recently there has been a huge shift in beer distribution and how brewers are bringing and selling beer to the market. We’ve touched on how the shifting tasting room model and how self-distribution are becoming more and more popular with breweries. With this shift in the industry, [...]

By | March 23rd, 2018|

Orchestra Gives Back

Orchestra Gives Back Spring has sprung and the Orchestra Software team is busy volunteering, by giving back to the local community. Every quarter Orchestra Software, the team that powers OrchestratedBEER, also organizes volunteer outings for it's employees. In addition to a blood drive and bone marrow registry, the team volunteered at the Oregon Food Bank and Dress for Success. [...]

By | March 22nd, 2018|

Craft Beer Styles Brewers Love to Hate

Craft Beer Styles Brewers Love To Hate Think of what it's like to be a brewer in today's craft beer world - constantly being asked, maybe even pressured, to produce the hottest trends at the moment. It can daunting, and in the case of some styles, downright difficult. So, we thought it would be fun to examine those styles brewers [...]

By | March 15th, 2018|

Orchestrated Regionals Preview 2018

Orchestrated Regionals 2018   The first Orchestrated Regional Visit is right around the corner, so we wanted to give you a preview of what exactly Regionals are and what you can expect when attending. This is the 2nd year that Orchestrated has put on Regionals, with the intention of bringing full-day workshops to our customers. It allows users to meet [...]

By | March 9th, 2018|

How to Efficiently Handle a Beer Recall

How to Efficiently Handle a Beer Recall   Beer recalls, they're one of those things that brewers hope never happen to them. However, with craft breweries striving for high quality products while staying ahead of the market, they're unfortunately something that brewers are forced to deal with. It's important for breweries to stay ahead of the recall game, so trace-ability [...]

By | March 6th, 2018|