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That Is the Soul: Distilleries Change to Creating hand sanitiser to Assist with COVID-19 fight

Distilleries and breweries across the world are a part of an industry that’s been hit hard by the coronavirus epidemic.

With many nations shutting down bars, restaurants, and stores, artisan alcohol manufacturers are feeling the pinch.

But a few are battling back.

Together with distilleries employing high-percentage alcohol as part of the production process, they’ve an integral ingredient prepared for a single product that is in high demand everywhere right now: hands sanitizer.

Verdant Founded in Dundee, Scotland, utilizes a 96 percent grain alcohol to create its spirits. Its proprietor Andrew Mackenzie said”Somebody flagged us that there’s a recipe about the World Health Organization site that’s extremely clear and simple and is nice to use.”

And from Manila into Pennsylvania, alcoholic beverages organizations are joining the struggle against COVID-19.

Eight Oaks Farm Distillery at Pennsylvania has filled its initial 20 bottles, also intends to radically boost manufacturing and disperse the bottles as well as supplying them at farmers’ markets in which it sells its spirits, and via its site.