Witness Distillery, located in Vandalia, is scheduled to open to the public this fall. But they’ve been producing whiskey and other distilled spirits almost every day for about a year, barreling their products for future sales. This is, until coronavirus impacted all of our lives. Now, Witness Distillery has shifted their production to making hand sanitizer.
Co-owner and operator Cindy Radliff says it’s the right thing to do.
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Cindy’s son, Shane, explained the difference in making whiskey and making hand sanitizer. He said ethanol is the main thing the distillery produces and they just needed glycerin and hydrogen peroxide to make sanitizer.
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The Radliffs said to start with, hand sanitizer made at Witness Distillery will be made available to healthcare workers.