Owning and operating a brewery is no easy task, and microbreweries come with their own set of challenges. Microbreweries are, as the name suggests, small breweries that are even smaller than craft breweries. Microbreweries produce up to 15,000 barrels of beer every year and must sell at least 75 percent of the total beer produced outside of the brewery. However, microbreweries may also have bars or tasting menus on-site where they sell up to 25% of their beer.
An important part of running a successful microbrewery is fostering an environment of clear communication between all members of staff. While the staff of a microbrewery may be smaller than a larger brewery, communication is just as essential. Every business, including microbreweries, requires clear communication to run an efficient business and to allow employees to coordinate with one another.
What’s an easy and effective way to improve communications, and operations in general, for a microbrewery? By investing in push-to-talk two-way radios.
How Push To Talk Radios Can Benefit Your Microbrewery:
Brewer coordination and communication
In many microbreweries, experimentation is encouraged. Your brewers are hard at work experimenting with new flavors and ingredients to provide your customers with high-quality and unique beers. Brewers need to be able to coordinate easily among each other and with those in the front house when at work, and especially when they are experimenting. This can streamline the process and ensure that everyone is on the same page.
Plus, if a brewer unexpectedly runs out of an ingredient or wants to purchase more of something, they can quickly and easily communicate to the appropriate staff members what they need so they can get their ingredients quickly without having to leave the brewery operation.
Although experimentation is great, it may mean that some experiments fail and certain errors are unavoidable. Whether there is a leak or a failed batch, brewers can quickly and easily communicate to other staff members so the problem can be dealt with and fixed immediately.
If your brewery has a bar or tasting room, then service is another important part of your business. Whether you have employees checking guests in, parking cars for a large event, or serving food and drink, the best way to avoid disaster and provide great customer service is by keeping your employees in the loop with two-way radios. So if a problem does arise, it can be addressed immediately.
What Our Radios Offer
PeakPTT radios offer:
- Instant communication with a push of a button.
- Long-distance communication.
- Multiple channels.
- Affordable, monthly plans.