CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland Whiskey spent Tuesday morning with some employees of the Cleveland Clinic to mix another batch of hand sanitizer in the bottling section of the Cleveland distillery to help gap the low supply due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Distillery manager Brandon Conley was in charge of mixing the sanitizer ingredients. Measured amounts of 190 proof ethanol, glycerol, hydrogen peroxide, water and denatured alcohol were poured into a 55-gallon metal drum and mixed together.
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Written by John Kuntz.
Originally published March 31, 2020.