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Local Distillery Uses Resources to Supply Sanitizer to Locals

Local craft distillery, Copper Bottom Craft Distillery, is using their business and resources for good and to help fight the spread of coronavirus.

Local Source for Hand Sanitizer

Copper Bottom, located in Holly Hill in Volusia County, creates spirits hand-crafted in small batches using an unrefined pure cane sugar. 

In a video posted today (March 18, 2020), and an announcement made on the city of Holly Hill’s Facebook page, Copper Bottom explained that they will begin producing hand sanitizer using their own high-quality alcohol as the base.

Locals Can Fill Hand Sanitizer Bottles for Free at Copper Bottom Craft Distillery

Locals are invited to bring their own bottles to fill at no cost. Please keep bottles to a maximum of 4 fluid ounces. They are currently working on finding a supply of bottles.

Additionally, medical offices and assisted living facilities or nursing homes that are at a greater need may contact Copper Bottom directly at (386) 267-5104 to request a larger supply.

In the statement posted by Holly Hill on Facebook, they explained, “although they are incurring expenses by developing hand sanitizer, it’s worth it to them in order to fill a need within the community and beyond.”

At this time, they are only the second Florida distillery to begin producing hand sanitizer during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Individuals may come by the distillery during their normal operating hours to fill their bottles with sanitizer.

Hours:

12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday

Copper Bottom Craft Distillery

998 N Beach Street, Holly Hill, Florida 32117

(386) 267-5104 // CopperBottomSpirits.com

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