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The National Association of Beverage Importers, Inc. (NABI) is a national trade association representing the interests of beer, wine and spirit importers at state and federal levels. Our mission is to help the importer members operate their businesses more efficiently and profitably by providing timely information, aggressive representation, and thoughtful advice on technical and political matters.

Learn more about NABI membership or if you have a question about importing an alcohol beverage into the United States, please do not hesitate to call us at (202) 393-6224 or email

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  • Beverage Alcohol Trades Urge Congress to support TTB

     NABI joins other beverage alcohol trade associations to urge congress to fund TTB with unrestricted appropriations to halt the erosion of experienced staff.

  • West Coast Port stoppage

    West Coast Port Stoppage looming.  Ports from San Diego to Bellingham, Washington face shut down as the internaitonal Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) contract with  the Pacific Maritime Association expires on Monday June 30. Today CBP updated guidance on scenarios that may confront west coast shippers.  The most recent update follows:


  • Import Beer continues Growth

    Shanken News Daily - Imported Beer UP

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Statistical Reports
NABI publishes monthly and annual statistical reports. These reports show imports of alcohol beverages into the United States by type of product and by country. These reports are provided free of charge to Members. Non-members can receive them by subscription only. If you would like to purchase these reports, contact NABI.

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Welcome new member, Nomacorc! 

Nomacorc closures were conceived as a solution to the inconsistencies and TCA contamination prevalent in natural and technical cork wine closures. Since the company’s inception in 1999, Nomacorc co-extruded synthetic wine closures have become the most widely used alternative wine closure in the world.