With so many businesses forced to temporarily close due to the spread of COVID-19, distilleries around the country have found a way to help out the people who need it the most.
"What we’re doing basically now is taking the high concentration of alcohol that we would normally be throwing away and we’re using that as a product that we can then distribute to the community as a hand sanitizer," Dread River co-owner John Cubilec said.
Dread River has donated several bottles to local hospitals and emergency services, while Broad Branch is letting people get two bottles of sanitizer and allowing people to donate money that will go to students and families in need.
"When everyone needs you, you’ve got to step up," Broad Branch Distillery's Joe Tappy said.
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