Board of Directors of American Craft Spirits Association announces new president

25 April, 2016

The Board of Directors of American Craft Spirits Association has today announced that it has elected Paul Hletko as its new president. 

Hletko replaces Thomas Mooney, who served as the organisation’s inaugural resident since 2014. He has served as a key member of ACSA’s Board of Directors since the organisation’s founding in 2013.

Thomas Mooney, who remains on the Board said, “I have had the privilege of working with Paul Hletko on the ACSA board of directors during the past two years, and I’m thrilled to see him at the helm. I look forward to supporting Paul and working closely with each of our new board members in the year to come.”

In addition to Hletko’s appointment as president, Dan Garrison, of Garrison Brothers Distillery in Texas, will serve as vice president.





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