More Texas Distilleries Turning Alcohol Into Hand Sanitizer

Thanks to the folks at the Dallas Morning News, we can now add Lockwood Distilling Company to the list of Texas-based distilleries turning alcohol into hand sanitizer. The Richardson company says they will sell to the public and to help those who need it, including the city’s police and fire departments. Orders for food, alcohol and the $8 sanitizer can be placed by calling 469-399-1599.

Other distilleries include....

Duckworth Distillery, Dallas: $9.23 for an 8 oz. bottle of 80%-alcohol mix, while supplies last. 3737 Atwell Street, Ste. 203. (214) 444-7666.

Blackland Distillery, Fort Worth, is producing sanitizer for medical communities and others in need. For public sale at $7 for an 8 oz. bottle during limited hours of 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., or free with purchase of spirit. (682) 268-5333.

Balcones Distilling, Waco. The distiller plans to produce more than 18,000 bottles by month’s end for donation to first responders, hospitals and others in need. (254) 755-6003.

Buzzballz, Carrollton. The distillery/winery is making hand sanitizer for first responders, the city of Carrollton and Texas Women’s University, among others.

Garrison Brothers Distillery, Hye. Planning to produce 200 gallons of hand sanitizer for distribution for front-line employees such as medical workers and law enforcement.

South Texas Distillery, Sandia. Plans to make and donate 2,400 bottles of 80%-alcohol mix to nursing homes and home care facilities in central and south Texas.

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