Heritage Distilling Hand Sanitizer Delivered to Your Door

Heritage Distilling Hand Sanitizer available for purchase in tasting rooms

As sanitizer continues to disappear from grocery store shelves, along with America’s newest currency – Charmin – craft distilleries across America are stepping in to help their communities. Once again, booze saves the day and Heritage Distilling is delivering sanitizer to your front door.

Heritage Distilling is a craft distillery based in Gig Harbor, Washington with tasting rooms all over the northwest. While they offer a variety of spirits, their award winning Brown Sugar Bourbon has delivered loyal fans and big distribution. 

Heritage, like so many other distilleries across America, is answering the call for help by using their facilities to produce hand sanitizer. 

You can now buy sanitizer online or at one of their tasting rooms. Be sure to call ahead to check for availability. Online orders can be shipped directly to you.

Here's what you need to know about Heritage Distilling Hand Sanitizer

Heritage Distilling staff working to make sanitizer available for purchase
Photo Credit: Heritage Distilling Co.

Here's what Heritage Distilling has to say

"We are excited to announce that we have mobilized to start producing Hand Sanitizer for our community. This HDC Hand Sanitizer will be available for purchase in 750ml bottles. In addition, to help get sanitizer into the hands of those who need it the most, even quicker, we are offering the opportunity to bring in your empty, clean bottles back in for a sanitizer growler fill of up to 750ml for $15. This will be on tap and customers are encouraged to bring their own refillable bottle with a lid. In response to request for assistance from the state of Washington, members of the Washington Distillers Guild have agreed to produce hand sanitizer to FDA and WHO specifications. Please note we are working around the clock to produce and share this product – please bear with us as we create product based on the demand and strive to keep this in stock for everyone."

- Heritage Distilling Co.
Heritage Distilling is also making it easy to donate hand sanitizer through their website. First responders need our support and a quick donation for the cost of your morning latte is a great way to show your appreciation.  For those lucky enough to be within driving distance of a tasting room, you can now have select spirits delivered to your front door along with your order of hand sanitizer. Check out their local delivery page for qualifying areas and products.

Here at Wild Human, we weren’t looking for another reason to support craft beer and spirits, but Heritage Distilling gave us one. I always have a bottle of their Elk Rider Bourbon ready to share with guests. When we’re safely on the other side of the COVID-19 curve, drinking that bourbon will be just a little more meaningful. 

 

There are distilleries all over America who are doing their part to help keep the supply of hand sanitizer flowing. Heritage Distillery may not be the most accessible option for you so here’s a complete list of distilleries who’re also making sanitizer, organized by state.

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