Fortnox Integration

You can connect Fortnox to BrewBook in order to work efficiently on administrative tasks. Simply work in BrewBook with your daily tasks and have your data synced to Fortnox.


You can choose which articles to initially sync from Fortnox. Selected articles gets synced to Fortnox. BrewBook will then expand the existing record data with alcoholic strength, volume and much more. Upon creation you will be able to choose what article number the article should get in Fortnox eg. Systembolaget articles.

Update in 1.1.2

As of BrewBook 1.1.2 articles can be created in Fortnox and synced to BrewBook even after the initial sync.


BrewBook keeps track of your stock levels cross muliple warehouses. Stock is tracked per brew. You are also able to move stock cross your warehouse. During the production phase, produced stock is stored per batch at any given warehouse. Support for generating EMCS files will be added in an upcoming release. At the moment of initiation, you will be required to make a stock taking per brew for each of your warehouses. Negative stock is not allowed for any stocked good in BrewBook. In order to reserve stock, it must first have been produced. A setting for each article is at your disposal to help you configure if it's to be stocked good or not. In BrewBook you can store both local and synced articles. Stocked goods are governed using the FIFO "First-In, First-Out" principle.

Update in 2.0.1

As of BrewBook 2.0 you are able to circumvent the FIFO principle by manually selecting which batch to deduct from stock.


Choose which ingredients to initially sync from Fortnox. Ingredients are pulled from the articles table in fortnox. This feature is optional.


Existing order data can be initially synced from Fortnox. Thereafter orders must be placed from BrewBook. BrewBook reserves stock of the selected product at the selected warehouse. Orders are pushed to Fortnox. You can print your orders both from BrewBook and Fortnox.


Existing invoice data can be initially synced from Fortnox. Invoices are made in BrewBook. BrewBook reserves stock of the selected product at the selected warehouse. Invoices are pushed to Fortnox. Printing can be done in both Fortnox and BrewBook. Invoices can base upon exising orders or created in a standalone invoice fashion. Invoices with rows not concerned by stock levels or alcoholic tax reporting can be created in Fortnox. The invoice will be synced to BrewBook but without any article connection.

Systembolaget & DLP (Drink Logistics Partner)

Invoice rows from Systembolagets Leverantörsportal and Drink Logistics Partner (DLP) can be imported directly to BrewBook. The rows will be matched to their corresponding articles using their GTIN number.


Existing customer database can be initially synced from Fortnox. Thereafter new customers and be created in both BrewBook and Fortnox although it's prefred that they are created from BrewBook.

Pricelist & Price

New pricelists must be created in Fortnox and the new pricelists are then pulled to BrewBook. Adding or editing article prices can be made in both systems although it's prefered that changes are made from BrewBook.

Accounting Codes

List of accounting codes are initially synced from Fortnox. Only active accounts are synced to BrewBook. New accounts has to be created in Fortnox and they are subsequently synced to BrewBook.

Push vs. Pull

To allow you greater control over the flow of information most resources can be either pushed or pulled. When pushing a resource, new data is set in Fortnox and respecively when pulling new data is set in BrewBook. Pushing and pulling are done manually.

Unsupported functionality

BrewBook is not compatible with Fortnoxs multiple warehouse module. We advice you to turn-off the module if you're going to use the Fortnox integration. BrewBook does not update Fortnox based stock automatically although BrewBook has a function that allows you to add newly bottled volume to the related article stock in Fortnox.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Upon initiation with Fortnox BrewBook imports data that already exists in your Fortnox account.

You can print your invoices and orders from either BrewBook or Fortnox.

Orders has to be placed from BrewBook in order to insure that stock is regulated correctly using FIFO.