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Exhibitor Registration - Requirements, Terms & Conditions

What We Supply

Two folding chairs

  1. One 3x8 table

  2. One table cloth

  3. Two exhibitor passes (these can be handed off, but only two representatives can be on site at any time - one additional pass can be purchased for $49.99+tax)

  4. Listing on the festival website

  5. Glassware for each attendee

  6. One spit bucket and one water jug - these are assigned to individual distilleries and we will collect them at the end of the night

What You Agree to

Upon acceptance by BC Distilled Media Ltd. (BC Distilled), this registration form, together with any fees, constitutes a contract for rental of space, assigned by BC Distilled.  Any exhibitor failing to occupy space is not relieved of the obligation of paying all fees.


  • Samples: The exhibitor agrees to supply sufficient product samples at no charge to the attendees. Samples are not ‘ticketed’.

  • Alcohol: If you wish to serve any alcohol with your product you must request permission. Only BC spirits may be used, and you must forward to BC Distilled the exact source and quantity of any product. Our general preference is that non-distillery exhibitors don't serve alcohol, but understand that it makes sense in some cases.

  • Serving it Right: If you are serving alcohol samples, all representatives of your company must have documented Serving it Right certificates. These must be present during the tasting.

  • Space Assignment: Space will be assigned by BC Distilled. We reserve the right to make the final decision and the right to amend the floor plans or relocate the Exhibitor as necessary.

  • Exhibitor Staff: At least one exhibitor staff must be present during the tasting. Friends, agents, distributors, or other paid representatives do not count as exhibitor staff.


We request that you promote the festival once per week during ticket sales. This is a requirement for participating distilleries, but only a strong request for other exhibitors!


  • The Exhibitor agrees that displays will remain set up during the show’s operating hours.

  • The Exhibitor also agrees to remove all their items from the show location within one hour of the festival closing time. The exhibitor is responsible for any additional fees incurred for materials left on location after the date and time.

  • You will be charged if you fail to return supplies provided by BC Distilled (e.g. water jug, spit bucket).

SALES OF Products

Selling your own product directly

With permission, you may sell products directly to attendees. We request that you do your best to streamline your payment processing, e.g. round prices and fast terminals. BC Distilled does not provide internet access so please ensure you have a stable cell/wireless connection.

Selling through our retailer

BC Distilled has partnered with Legacy Liquor to provide spirit sales. You may also sell through this channel if you wish.

  1. All products are sold on an 'on consignment' basis, which means you may provide product to the retailer, and once sales are complete collect unsold product and bill the retailer for sold products.

  2. At the end of the evening, you must wait until retail sales are completed to collect your unsold product.

  3. If you fail to collect unsold product at the end of the evening, we'll do our best to get it back to you, but the onus will be on you.


Exhibitors must forward to BC Distilled proof of insurance with at least $2 million Commercial General Liability, including liquor liability, product liability and contractual liability coverages, naming BC Distilled Media, Ltd. 406-1050 Broughton Street, Vancouver, BC V6G 2A6 as an Additional Insured.  This certificate must be provided at least 30 days prior to the festival date. 

** This should be a simple rider attached to your regular insurance. It is usually free, but you may be charged a small administrative fee by your broker or insurer. If your insurer quotes you hundreds of dollars, they're doing it wrong.

Exhibitors wishing to insure their exhibit materials, goods and/or wares of exhibits against theft, damage by fire, accident or loss of any kind, must do so at their own expense. Each exhibiting company is responsible for obtaining insurance in such amounts as deemed appropriate at their own discretion. 

BC Distilled is not responsible for loss or damage to any property, or injury to any person of the Exhibitor, its agents, employees, volunteers, invitees, licensees or guests. Exhibitor assumes responsibility and liability for all damage, loss and injury to property and persons arising from the movement or operation of Exhibitor’s exhibit, and hereby agrees to indemnify BC Distilled for any loss or liability with regard to the same.


  1. Failure to adhere to these policies and regulations may result in expulsion from the festival without compensation.

  2. Serving-it-Right and BC Liquor regulations must be strictly adhered to.

  3. There can be no cash transitions for alcohol samples.

  4. Alcohol can be served during festival hours only.

  5. All glassware will be provided by BC Distilled. No other glassware may be used.

  6. No food exhibitors or providers may serve alcohol without express permission from BC Distilled.

  7. Exhibitors must abide by all local health, safety, alcohol and fire regulations at their cost.

  8. Exhibitors aren’t guaranteed wall space — free standing displays which don’t go much past six feet, as well as banners on or behind the table are fine.

What We Need From You

  1. Complete the form below.

  2. Digital copies of your logo (EPS and JPEG) and high resolution product images, submitted through email.

  3. Certificate of insurance (as above).

Reducing Waste at BC Distilled

BC Distilled's goal is to be a zero-waste event. Please review and follow these guidelines and rules.


  1. Absolutely no disposable plastic, including glassware. Glassware is provided to all attendees. If you have plastic cups at the event, we will ask you to give them to us until the event is over.

  2. If you feel you absolutely require cups for pre-made cocktails, they must be compostable (PLA) cups. Ask for permission in advance. You must provide clearly marked receptacles at your table. We reserve the right to require proof of the cups' composition. You will be assessed a disposal fee of $50.

  3. No plastic cocktail picks. If you feel you have to use them, they must be made from compostable material only.

  4. No straws.

  5. Separate your waste: any waste you generate to prepare your samples or any cocktails must be separated by you into clearly marked containers provided by you, at the back of your table. This includes:

    1. Compostable material

    2. Glass

    3. Plastic

    4. Paper products

    5. Garbage

  6. BC Distilled will provide clearly marked waste containers for attendees to use, but the waste you generate in preparing your samples must be collected and separated by you on your own containers. Volunteers will be available to help dispose of your waste in between shows or when needed.


  1. Minimize swag and other non-recyclable marketing material.

  2. Avoid the use of pop cans with plastic holders (which can't be recycled and end up in landfill). Use bottled product instead.

  3. Avoid non-recyclable decorations such as balloons.