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  1. ADI at Indie Spirits Expo ADI will have a table at the Chicago Indie Spirits Expo on September 25, 2019 to promote a select number of winners from our 2019 Judging of Craft Spirits who are pouring at the event. Distillers and spirits distributed in Illinois can register to be an exhibitor at Indie Spirits and first time exhibitors can save $225 when they use the discount code "ADI" during registration. 2019 Chicago Indie Spirits Expo Supplier Registration
  2. I believe TTB requires a new COLA if the class/type changes so if you went from bourbon to straight bourbon or straight bourbon to Bottled in Bond Bourbon, those would require a new label but if your straight bourbon goes from 2 years to 4 years, I don't believe that would need a new label.
  3. Judging of Craft Spirits January 16, 2020 is the last day for spirits entered into ADI's Judging of Craft Spirits to be received at: Preiss Imports 432 Maple St. Unit #4 Ramona, CA 92065 All shipments must have ADI's required shipping label taped to the outside of the box. See our Submission Guidelines for additional packaging and shipping instructions. ADI 2020 Judging Shipping Label.pdf ADI-2020-Judging-Submission-Guidelines.pdf
  4. Judging of Craft Spirits International spirits without a Certificate of Label Approval from the US Alcohol Tax and Trade Bureau must complete ADI's free online COLA Waiver Application.
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    Judging of Craft Spirits Registration is Open Now the oldest and the largest competition dedicated to craft spirits, the ADI Judging accepts US and International entries in all classes and categories of distilled spirits, RTDs, cocktail bitters, aperitif & fortified wines from its members and non-member small/medium size producers. However, our mission remains the same: ADI recognizes excellence in the glass; promotes distillers and blenders that are producing the world’s finest quality artisan spirits; and gives participating producers valuable, unbiased, third-party feedback on the quality and process of their spirits. In addition, ADI considers all spirits for our packaging awards, and evaluates them to see if they meet the standards for our Certification of Craft Spirits. All at no additional cost or paperwork. Deadlines Deadline to apply for COLA Waiver for International Spirits: December 22, 2019 Deadline for Spirits Registration: January 10, 2020 Deadline for Receiving Entries: January 16, 2020 Enter Today ADI 2020 Judging Fact Sheet.pdf ADI-2020-Judging-Submission-Guidelines.pdf Registration-Check-List.pdf
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    Judging of Craft Spirits Early Bird Registration is Open Now the oldest and the largest competition dedicated to craft spirits, the ADI Judging accepts US and International entries in all classes and categories of distilled spirits, RTDs, cocktail bitters, aperitif & fortified wines from its members and non-member small/medium size producers. However, our mission remains the same: ADI recognizes excellence in the glass; promotes distillers and blenders that are producing the world’s finest quality artisan spirits; and gives participating producers valuable, unbiased, third-party feedback on the quality and process of their spirits. In addition, ADI considers all spirits for our packaging awards, and evaluates them to see if they meet the standards for our Certification of Craft Spirits. All at no additional cost or paperwork. Deadlines Deadline to apply for COLA Waiver for International Spirits: December 22, 2019 Deadline for Spirits Registration: January 10, 2020 Deadline for Receiving Entries: January 16, 2020 Enter Today ADI 2020 Judging Fact Sheet.pdf ADI-2020-Judging-Submission-Guidelines.pdf Registration-Check-List.pdf
  7. It sounds like what you are looking for is the home distiller forum https://homedistiller.org/forum/ not ADI's
  8. I've noticed this same thing. I'm sure some of the big food companies have done market testing to see by what percentage can they reduce the volume of a container before the customer notices they are buying less. If the above proposal was just to add 500ml and replace 750ml with 700ml so that the US was in line with the rest of the world that would make some sense but to have no standard fill levels feels seems like it could result in a race to the bottom, but maybe I'm missing something.
  9. I am really curious, how distillers in our community feel about this proposed change? I could see how this would allow for greater flexibility and make import/exports easier. However, as a consumer it seems like this would create more confusion in the market with some spirits bottled in 700ml and some bottled in 750ml. According to WhiskyCast the Distilled Spirits Council is currently apposed to the proposal as written. I'd love to hear people's thoughts.
  10. All job new jobs posting have moved to https://jobs.distilling.com/
  11. All job new jobs posting have moved to https://jobs.distilling.com/
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    The American Distilling Institute has now opened the Request for Proposals for educational sessions for the ADI conference in New Orleans, April 2020. All interested distillers should take this opportunity to submit a presentation and help lead the conversation at the 2020 ADI Conference in New Orleans. Also, talk to your friends in the community who you believe have something valuable to share and encourage them to submit a proposal online. Use our online form which will be open until June 7, 2019. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdKTCzggMjEKQaCg38jrKj_eYxqYOhWkK1_fd1Ij2fMwQcsWw/viewform
  13. Hello All, I am working on a 2019 update for ADI's Survey of Tasting Room Laws. I got a request to track which states expressly limit distillery tours and or tasting room access to persons who are 21 or older. Please let me know your state and if there is a age restriction for people who visit (not taste or drink in) your distillery. Thank you.
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    On November 26, 2018, TTB published their proposed Modernization of the Labeling and Advertising Regulations for Wine, Distilled Spirits, and Malt Beverages and is seeking public comment, Make the time to read through the proposed changes to the regulations governing distilled spirits and make an official comment (see link below). Your comment can help shape the US Liquor regulations for the next 20 years. Here is the 132 page proposal: https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2018-11-26/pdf/2018-24446.pdf TTB's recommendations for making an effective public comment: https://www.regulations.gov/docs/Tips_For_Submitting_Effective_Comments.pdf Submit your official comments about the proposal to TTB here: https://www.regulations.gov/document?D=TTB-2018-0007-0001 Here is TTBs Stratiegec 5-Year Plan: https://www.ttb.gov/pdf/ttb_strategic_plan_print_v2.pdf
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    BLENDING AND MATURATION WORKSHOP FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, SATURDAY DECEMBER 8 AND SUNDAY DECEMBER 9, 2018 IRONROOT REPUBLIC DISTILLING – DENISON, TX. INSTRUCTOR: NANCY FRALEY, NOSING SERVICES Click here for more details and to Register
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