Two local distilleries producing sanitiser

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There is a major shortage of hand sanitiser in Australia and two local distilleries stepped up to help get sanitiser to the market quickly.

So this week Husk Distillers converted to a sanitiser production facility! They’ve been giving sanitiser away to Tumbulgum residents, local schools and charities, and selling bulk packs to publicly funded services. This is actually a blessing – it’s an unexpected revenue stream helping them keep their permanent staff busy.

Their online store is currently sold out while they source more shipping boxes. Sign up online to be notified when more is in stock. www.huskdistillers.com

Cape Byron Distillery have just released a Hand & Surface Sanitiser.⠀With the overwhelming demand for sanitiser from the Covid-19 pandemic, in particular in the medical services industry, Brookies Gin and co-founder Pam Brook have developed this desperately needed product for the community.
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Made from an ethanol by-product of Brookie’s Byron Gin, it contains all natural ingredients and smells oh-so-good!
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Head to their website now to get yourself a bottle. www.capebyrondistillery.com