Distilleries are making their own hand sanitisers – but they aren’t fit for drinking. Photo: @prohibitionspirits/Instagram Distilleries are making their own hand sanitisers – but they aren’t fit for drinking. Photo: @prohibitionspirits/Instagram
Distilleries are making their own hand sanitisers – but they aren’t fit for drinking. Photo: @prohibitionspirits/Instagram

How gin and vodka makers are slowing the spread of coronavirus – by making their own hand sanitisers, and giving them away for free

As Covid-19 continues to spread, distillers are stepping up to fill the shortage in hand sanitisers, and giving them away to customers who come through their doors

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Distilleries are making their own hand sanitisers – but they aren’t fit for drinking. Photo: @prohibitionspirits/Instagram Distilleries are making their own hand sanitisers – but they aren’t fit for drinking. Photo: @prohibitionspirits/Instagram
Distilleries are making their own hand sanitisers – but they aren’t fit for drinking. Photo: @prohibitionspirits/Instagram
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