NBWA educates federal lawmakers, agencies and regulators on the value of state-based alcohol regulation as well as the economic and regulatory issues that impact Main Street businesses such as beer distributors.
Beer distributors operate within a time-tested, state-based regulatory framework that allows all brands of beer to get to market using many potential routes. NBWA advocates for states’ ability to oversee alcohol issues – in accordance with the 21st Amendment – that impact their communities and local citizens, which enables states the ability to change state alcohol laws to reflect current needs and desires.
The NBWA Political Action Committee works to support elected leaders and candidates for office who understand Main Street businesses such as beer distributors, the importance of state-based alcohol regulation and the 21st Amendment. Click the learn more button below to log in and contribute. Complete a prior approval form to lend your support to the NBWA PAC and approve the solicitation of voluntary contributions from your company's executive and administrative personnel, as provided by the Federal Election Act.
Download the NBWA Advocacy App to access talking points; economic data showcasing beer distributors' economic contributions by state; educational videos and more.
One of the best ways to learn about what it takes to get beer to market is a tour of a beer distribution warehouse.
Distributors: Let NBWA know about your relationships with lawmakers representing the areas where you do business. Effective advocacy is rooted in education, communication and relationships.