The ACSA Guide to Starting and Operating a Distillery E-Book
Now Available: The ACSA Guide to Starting and Operating a Distillery E-Book
The American Craft Spirits Association (ACSA) presents an exclusive e-book, “The ACSA Guide to Starting and Operating a Distillery.” The peer-reviewed guide is a comprehensive compendium of expert insights detailing all of the tools and techniques that new distilleries need to get their businesses up and running and help ensure a prosperous future. In addition to serving as a textbook for craft spirits producers in their first one to three years in operation, it’s an invaluable resource for onboarding new members of your team, as well as a reference for existing staff to gain a more holistic view of how a distillery operates.
- The Fundamentals of Distilling
- Funding a Start-Up Distillery and Other Key Financial Considerations
- Crafting a Business Plan
- Distillery Location Selection
- Distillery Architecture & Construction
- Distribution Contracts
- Tasting Room Management
- Developing a Brand
- Sales, Marketing & Social Media
- Working with TTB
- State-by-State Compliance
- Distillery Safety
The regular price for the e-book is $199 for ACSA members and $349 for non-members. Purchasers will receive access to a ZIP file with a PDF and EPUB file of the e-book that is compatible with Amazon Kindle and Apple Books. Please note that if you are an ACSA member, you will need to be logged in to our site to see member pricing.
If you would like to order gift copies of the book, select the number of copies you would like to order. Those wishing to buy the guide for multiple readers can take advantage of a 20% discount on purchases of three or more copies. In the cart at checkout, under additional information, please include the name(s) and email address(es) of the recipients.
Contributing authors include Isaac Arthur, Jesse Den Herder, Mitchell Hall, John Holl, Jake Holshue, Johnny Jeffery, Sydney Jones, Christian Kahle, Jeff Kanof, Ryan Malkin, Susan Mooney, Teri Quimby, Jeff Quint, Mark Shilling, Gary Spedding, Mark A. Vierthaler and Gary K. Yurt. ACSA president Gina Holman wrote the foreword and CRAFT SPIRITS magazine editor in chief Jeff Cioletti and senior editor Jon Page edited the guide.