So, what does Breww cost?

Key benefits of our pricing

We don't charge per user

Breww is priced based on your beer output, so there's a good option for breweries of all shapes and sizes. You can have as many user accounts on the platform as you need, for no extra charge.

30 day free trial

We know that changing the software sitting behind your precious brewery is daunting so we offer a 30 day free trial (with no strings attached) on all plans.

No setup fee

At Breww we don't charge any form of setup fee. If you want us to do a site visit to help you get setup or provide on-site training we can quote for this on a case-by-case basis. Just get in touch.

Cancel any time

It's as easy to cancel as it is to sign up with our simple & fair rolling monthly contract. Your data is yours so you can export everything, at any time, if you no longer feel that Breww is right for you.
(We're confident you'll never want to, but it's nice to know you can!)

How much beer do you produce each year (in hectolitres)?

Breweries producing up to per year


is approximately:

Litres

UK barrels (BBL)

US barrels (BBL)

Pints

Firkins

30L kegs

per month

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Looking for an enterprise solution with bespoke pricing?

Breww can offer an enterprise solution for larger breweries who require even more from their business management software. Options include uptime service level agreements, a dedicated account manager with unlimited support, on-premise hosting and more. Get in touch with us today so we can build the enterprise package that has everything you need and nothing that you don't.
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Frequently asked questions

You will need a printer and some labels to use Breww properly. We have a help page which shows what you need to get started. For barcode scanning, you can use our free app for Apple iOS and Android devices (which uses the camera to scan barcodes), or alternatively purchase a traditional barcode scanner if you prefer. We highly recommend the thermal label approach but you can get away with the A4 labels and a normal A4 printer if you're on a tight budget. We don't supply the hardware ourselves so you're free to find the best deal you can online (but our help page has links to suppliers that we've personally had good experiences with if you want to go for the easy route). For the thermal label approach, you're looking at approx £300 (plus VAT) for everything you need.
If you go over the limit, you'll automatically be moved up onto the next plan. We only do this when you've exceed the limit, we never do it on the assumption that you will. For example if you can produce 5,000 hL on your plan and you've produced 4,500 hL by the end of March we won't change your plan at this stage, even though it is likely that will exceed your plan's limit.
Some plans include an amount of free training during your first month. Breww is really intuitive and simple to use so it's rare for breweries to need extra training, but if you need more or are on a plan without training we are always happy to help. Training needs to be organised in advance with us at a mutually convenient time. We charge £300 per full-day of training or £30 per half-hour for training sessions shorter than a full-day. If you need on-site training this is charged at £300 per day that we're on-site (plus travel expenses), even if you don't use the full day. Off-site training via phone or video call is charged per half-hour with a minimum of 1 hour (£60) charge per session. If you need any training, get in touch. Our help centre is worth checking too and is regularly updated.
Support is different to training. Support is included in all but our lowest priced plans and covers things like any issues with Breww, whether they're things that don't seem to be working correctly, or feature requests. Simple requests like "How do I do X?" are covered by our standard support and don't require training to be purchased. Most questions can also be ansered by self-service our help centre, so you might never need to contact us.
All prices quoted are exclusive of VAT. VAT at the prevailing rate in the UK (currently 20%) will be added to the total price to pay. If you're VAT registered, you can of course claim this back.
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