Position available: Coordinator for The Digest of Wine & Spirits Law
Compliance Service of America
With competency on tap and expertise by the glass,
we can help you meet any challenge
Compliance Service of America (“CSA”) offers a full spectrum of regulatory consulting and licensing services for the alcoholic beverage industry, nationwide. We have experience with practically every situation needing governmental approval, so any company that makes or sells alcoholic beverages can benefit from our expert assistance. CSA also publishes The Digest of Wine & Spirits Law.
The Digest of Wine & Spirits Law is an essential compliance reference. It is a compilation and condensation of statutes, regulations, and administrative decisions from every state (Control and Open) on the sales and marketing of wine and distilled spirits. A uniform topical approach divided into 17 major sections makes the information you need easy to find. The Digest covers Licensing, Direct Shipping, Franchise, Excise Tax tables, and Federal Statutes and Regulations, as well as other useful areas. Visit The Digest of Wine and Spirits Law.
Groups We Serve
Shipping to consumers
Wineries, Breweries and Distilleries
Importers and wholesalers
Custom Crush, Brand builders, Foreign suppliers, Wholesalers
Restaurants, Grocery stores, Concessions, Brewpubs
A Different Kind of Consultant
We’re Here to Help
Our clients regard us as they would a trusted tax advisor or accountant. When you ask questions and describe your situation we hold your information in the strictest confidence. As consultants, we are in a position to discuss situations with regulators and get valuable feedback without revealing our client’s name or locations.
When we advise you, we explain government regulations in plain English to help you make informed and economically sound business decisions. When we help with licensing, we complete the forms, handle all required steps, and follow the process through to issuance of all necessary alcoholic beverage approvals. We spot issues before they become problems and keep track of the details to make everyone’s jobs easier—both our clients and the regulators we work with.