In response to COVID-19, 3 Daughters Brewing has begun bottling 4-ounce bottles of hand sanitizer and will be making them available to patrons of the brewery in St. Petersburg for free starting Thursday.
“We wanted to look for a way our large brewing capacity could help the community” said Mike Harting, Owner of 3 Daughters Brewing. “We are all in this together and this is an opportunity to give back to people who may not have been able to find it in stores.”
The brewery is one of the largest independently owned breweries in the state of Florida and has enormous capacity to brew beer, cider and hard seltzer. They also have a sophisticated lab with a TTB certified chemist and plenty of sanitary cleaning agents. When added with a thickening agent, the final result is a sanitizer that can be bottled and offered to the community.
“There’s no perfume or flowery smells, but it works very well as an alcohol-based hand sanitizer, and ours is free to anyone who would like to stop by,” said Harting. “Though our tasting room is closed by government mandate, we still want to find a way to help people during these uncertain times.”
The free hand sanitizer will be available to patrons (one per person) for a limited time until supplies run out. Anyone who would like to have it can come by the brewery starting Thursday from 10:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. and any day after for as long as supplies last.