Together We Can Advance Craft Spirits

ACSA’s Legislative Fly-In, held annually in Washington, D.C., is our chance to meet with senior leadership from TTB and let our voices be heard before members of Congress. This event is complimentary to all members who want to help educate Congress on issues facing our small business manufacturing sector. This is your opportunity to speak directly with lawmakers and regulators, and to discuss issues that directly impact the craft spirits industry.

2024 Craft Spirits Legislative Fly-In
September 17 – 18, Washington, D.C.

Join us this September! No experience is necessary — we will provide a full briefing and get you up to speed on issues that can change our economic landscape. Registration is required and complimentary for members. 

The 2024 agenda will include an early afternoon meeting at the TTB (space is limited) on Tuesday, followed by an evening reception at Cotton & Reed Distillery. On Wednesday, we’ll have a full day of Capitol Hill briefings and meetings, and an evening closing reception in which your own spirits may be poured.

Hotel Block:  Hyatt Place, Washington, D.C. National Mall. Room block closes Aug. 17.  Book Hotel

What to Expect at a Craft Spirits Fly-In

  • Hear the latest on laws and regulations from lawmakers, experts, and ACSA representatives in Washington.
  • Meet with your senate and congressional offices to share the importance of our industry.
  • Educate you and your team with the most up-to-date policy positions of the craft spirits industry. 
  • Network at receptions with other members and representatives..
  • Enjoy a fun, informative, and impactful experience!

Who Should Attend?

ACSA members who are interested in the issues that impact craft spirits producers should attend. The Fly-In is open to all, including non-members. Registration is required.

Why Should My Distillery Attend a Fly-In?

  • Contribute to the success of growth for small businesses like yours.
  • Show Washington who you are and what value your business provides.
  • Learn for yourself the regulatory process and how it impacts your business.
  • Build relationships with your elected officials.
  • Represent our craft spirits community on Capitol Hill.


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