I think we can all agree, it’s a weird time all around. Markets are shifting and what’s important is changing – so when hand sanitiser suddenly became an essential item, the alcohol used to produce it quickly sold out. So distilleries all across Australia saw a gap in the market only they could fill – making high quality alcohol.. Then, since sanitiser is primarily alcohol, it makes sense that they started producing the sanitiser too!
You can find Brookies hand sanitiser in many local stores, but you can also buy it online! Their sanitiser is 70% alcohol, liquid (not gel) and sold in PET recyclable bottles!https://www.capebyrondistillery.com/shop/brookies-hand-and-surface-sanitiser/
Their hand sanitiser is 70% alcohol content, liquid (not gel) and comes in a glass bottle. Try the Sloe Gin too – or the ink (which is amazing and changes color when lemon juice is added!) Husk also had discounts for essential workers, aged care facilities and charities.https://www.huskdistillers.com/sanitiser
Lord Byron Distillery
The Lord Byron Distillery is 70% alcohol and a liquid (not gel). You can get their 50ml bottles for just $2 – they said it’s their part in serving the community during this time!
You can checkout Lord Byron’s hand sanitiser here: https://www.lordbyrondistillery.com.au/product/sanitiser/