As ACSA is a trade group, the actual member is the DSP or business. We’ve made it easy for up to 15 colleagues from a single business entity to join under the one membership. For Voting members, only one email address will be associated with voting rights. Make sure to identify which email address should receive the ballot to vote.
Can I share my membership with colleagues?
How do I become a Voting member?, Membership FAQ
Click the Become a Member button in the upper righthand corner. Membership dues are based on production volume and...
What are the benefits of becoming a member?, Membership FAQ
Depending on your membership level, ACSA members will have opportunities to receive MEMBER ONLY discounts, critical updates, learn during...
How do I use my membership discounts for events?, Membership FAQ
ACSA will confirm if you are a member in good standing and eligible to receive that benefit or discount....
When is the ACSA judging of craft spirits held? Do I need to be a member to participate?, Membership FAQ
ACSA’s Annual Judging of Craft Spirits is held in the fall of each year. The competition is open to...
I want to see this webinar, but I can’t make the scheduled time. What can I do?, Membership FAQ
All webinars are recorded and a complete recording with audio and slides will be available the same day of...
I don’t have a DSP yet, so can I still be a member?, Membership FAQ
Yes, ACSA offers a Candidate Membership for those actively pursuing a DSP permit in the United States and you...
ACSA is a national nonprofit trade group. I understand it is governed by fellow members of DSPs. How is the board elected?, Membership FAQ
Designated Directors shall be elected by the Voting Members from a list of eligible nominees provided by the Nominating...
I don’t operate a distillery but supply products and/or services to distilleries. Is there a class of membership for me?, Membership FAQ
Yes, you can join ACSA under an Affiliate membership or Sponsor.