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Bottle vs Keg - UI suggestion


T D
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Hi team,

Just had one of my beers pop up on my phone as finished conditioning and it gave me an idea!

From a UI perspective, I think it would be cool to select whether you kegged/bottled your beer and if you bottled how many you did, just so you can keep track of your stockpile etc.

let me know what you think, or if there is already a dedicated thread for this idea 

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13 minutes ago, T D said:

Hi team,

Just had one of my beers pop up on my phone as finished conditioning and it gave me an idea!

From a UI perspective, I think it would be cool to select whether you kegged/bottled your beer and if you bottled how many you did, just so you can keep track of your stockpile etc.

let me know what you think, or if there is already a dedicated thread for this idea 

Sounds like a good idea, put it into community suggestions

 

 

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20 hours ago, T D said:

Hi team,

Just had one of my beers pop up on my phone as finished conditioning and it gave me an idea!

From a UI perspective, I think it would be cool to select whether you kegged/bottled your beer and if you bottled how many you did, just so you can keep track of your stockpile etc.

let me know what you think, or if there is already a dedicated thread for this idea 

You can do that now for each brew in the Journal section of the app.

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5 minutes ago, Eltham Brewing House said:

You can do that now for each brew in the Journal section of the app.

That’s just for noting it right?

 

I mean more in the shelf section where it just shows kegs, instead you could select bottles 

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27 minutes ago, Eltham Brewing House said:

You can do that now for each brew in the Journal section of the app.

You could do it that way. But @T D's suggestion would be more elegant.

A third tab on the "Shelf" " titled "Bottles" and then each completed brew entry has three fields as opposed to the two currently used for kegs  - "Quantity", "Due", "Total".

Other than the database changes the only programming required is a step in the there when a brew is completed to trigger an entry being created in either the "Keg" or "Bottles" table. 

I can see why they've kept this simple to date.

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