BrewDog, the Scotland-based brewing giant, is doing its part to help the community get needed supplies during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The brewer is making “punk sanitiser” at its distillery in Abderdeenshire, to give away for free to those who need it.
In a Twitter post, which has now been liked more than 12,000 times, the brand said “We are determined to do everything we can to try and help as many people as possible stay safe. It’s time to keep it clean.”
The company is “working around the clock on producing the first batch to have it available for next week” amid widespread shortages of hand sanitizer, which is recognized as an important tool in fighting coronavirus.
Say hello to Punk Sanitiser 🙌
To help with the shortages, we have just started working on making hand sanitiser at our distillery in Scotland. We are determined to do everything we can to try and help as many people as possible stay safe.
It's time to keep it clean. pic.twitter.com/1rNoGqdVXF
— BrewDog (@BrewDog) March 18, 2020
BrewDog’s founder James Watt said “Hand sanitizer is selling out everywhere. So we have started using our distillery to make ‘Punk Sanitiser.’ We want to do all we can to help everyone get through this difficult time.”