Three Minnesota craft distilleries are making and donating bulk quantities of hand sanitizer to high-risk organizations and communities throughout Minnesota during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“What we’re doing is we’ve lined up all of our resources and we’re bringing in tanker trucks of ethanol each week for the next four weeks and it will probably extend beyond that, but that allows us to make a little over 9 thousand gallons of sanitizer a week.”

Jon Kriedler of Tattersall Distilling says Du Nord Craft Spirits and Brother Justus Whiskey Company are also providing the “All Hands” sanitizer to congregate-care facilities, homeless shelters and first responders. Organizations interested in receiving the sanitizer can visit allhandsmn.org.