Spirits competitions are complex machines whose smooth functioning is essential to the accurate processing, judging, and tracking of the hundreds—or thousands—of entries it receives. And the competition management experience of L.A. Spirits Awards’ directors is simply unmatched in the industry.
And because a spirits competition’s award decisions should never be influenced or dictated by its directors, L.A. Spirits Awards maintains a strict “separation of Church and State,” whereby our managers only manage and our judges only judge. The importance of this policy, which ensures the integrity and impartiality of the evaluation process, cannot be overstated.
After we love you, we won’t leave you!
We’ll be there for you long after the competition with a broad range of winner benefits strategically developed to help build your brand and increase product sales.
Our unique background in strategic marketing drives our winner support programs.
When you participate in L.A. Spirits Awards, you gain access to your own personal Entrant Control Panel that lets you monitor the status of your entries.
After the judging, your Control Panel offers access to a treasure trove of valuable winner perks and resources.
New for 2022! This year, you can view your complete entry history directly through your Entrant Control Panel, and you'll be able to download medallion images and award certificates for your current and prior winning products.
Our newly retooled entry system’s “Clone & Edit” feature makes quick work of entering multiple, similar products without retyping the information they have in common. And if you’re re-submitting spirits you’ve sent in years past, it only takes a few mouse clicks to do so—there’s no need to re-type all their product details.
L.A. Spirits Awards stands on the side of equality, inclusivity, and justice for all. We will be donating a portion of our profits to the Equal Justice Initiative. EJI works with communities that have been marginalized by poverty and discouraged by unequal treatment, and is committed to changing the narrative about race in America.