National Alcohol Beverage Control Association
The National Alcohol Beverage Control Association [NABCA] was established in 1938 as the nationwide organization representing the interests of alcoholic beverage control states or monopoly sale states in the United States. NABCA's stated mission is to support those states and areas in which governmental agencies exclusively wholesale and/or retail some form or forms (beer, wine or distilled spirits) of alcohol beverages by providing resources, compiling research and fostering relationships to address policy for the responsible sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages.
See Alcoholic beverage control state for a list of "control states" and their exact level of control.
About one-fourth of the US population live in control jurisdictions.
- "About NABCA". Retrieved 2012-08-07.
- "Bodi named chairman of National Alcohol Beverage Control Association". Retrieved 2012-08-07.
- "State liquor commissioner steps down". Retrieved 2012-08-07.