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Call for Applications for Fall 2020 Certification for Export Analysis Program is open from September 1 to October 1, 2020. Please note that applicants who confirmed to participate for Spring 2020 will be automatically enrolled to participate in the Fall 2020 cycle and do not need to reapply; if you are unsure about your status please contact us at chemistcertification@ttb.gov.

Chemist Certification Program

TTB Procedure 2018-2 was approved in September 2018 and supersedes existing documents relating to the Chemist Certification program. The revision incorporates certification and eligibility guidelines for testing of beer, wine, and distilled spirits for exportation.

TTB offers a Chemist Certification Program for the export of beverage alcohol to foreign markets. Chemists in the private industry are certified to analyze specific tests as listed in TTB Procedure 2018-2. Many countries accept a report of analysis of alcohol beverages from a TTB-certified chemist accompanying the export shipment as a condition of entry.

Certified Chemists and Qualified Laboratories

We update the lists of certified chemists twice a year (spring and fall); the current lists are below.


Certified Chemists List


Fall 2019 Certified Wine Chemists

Distilled Spirits

Fall 2019 Certified Distilled Spirits Chemists


Fall 2019 Certified Beer Chemists

Additional Information about TTB's Chemist Certification Program

The certification is free of charge. Initial certification is valid for two years and re-certification is required at the expiration of the two-year period. Details of the Chemist Certification Program can be found in TTB Procedure 2018-2.





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Questions? If you have questions regarding TTB's Chemist Certification Program, contact the Scientific Services Division online or at 513-684-3401. If you're having technical issues with our online applications contact the TTB Help Desk or see the TTB Online Help Center.

Page last reviewed: August 6, 2015
Page last updated: August 27, 2020 
Maintained by: Scientific Services Division