How To: Ageing Casks

Go to AdministrationSettingsAgeing Casks. Here you will see:

Cask Type - List the different variations of casks you have. For example, whisky casks.

Cask Sub Type - Sub type enables a further breakdown of types, for example bourbon or scotch casks.

Cask Sub Location 1 - This setting will allow you to state a broad location the cask is in. For example, the different rows of casks i.e aisle A-Z

Cask Sub Location 2 - This settings breaks the location down further. This can be used to state where in the row the cask is i.e. section 1-6

Creating Ageing Casks

Once you have done the settings, you can then begin to create your different casks in the system. These can be made manually within Production - Ageing Casks or imported into the system via a new data import. 

Please click here for more information on importing new data into the system.

Filling Ageing Casks

First, start a batch from a recipe within Production.

When you have finished adding ingredients to the assembly, you can move liquid into the ageing casks you’ve created by doing a Vessel Movement. Record multiple movements until all casks have been filled.

You will then begin to see a log of casks filled within the Assembly Record of the batch if you scroll down to the Volume and Vessels section.

Once casks have been filled

Once casks have been filled you can view the log within the Assembly Record or click into ProductionAgeing Casks, click to open the relevant cask and click View Cask Record.

Inside of the assembly you can record QC test results, update states, add ingredients, update volume, move liquid between casks, add a by-product output and also empty each of the casks linked to the assembly.


When ready, you can go back into the assembly, scroll down to the Volume and Vessel section, click the 3 dots next to a cask and start outputting the liquid into packaging.

Alternatively you can click on each cask and do a Vessel Movement into a Vessel and from there, add ingredients, record QC tests and then output the liquid to a packaging.

For help with outputting to a packaging click here.