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If you’ve tried to by Purell or any other hand sanitizer in a store, by now you’ve seen empty shelf space. There may be some help coming.

Instead of brewing beer, local breweries are scrambling in the wake of coronavirus causing their loss of revenue.

Some breweries are taking the alcohol they produce and are using it to produce hand sanitizer.

In St. Petersburg, 3 Daughters Brewing has begun producing bottles that they are donating to charity organizations.

As everyone tries to navigate through this unprecedented time, we are going to do everything we can to help our partners, employees and the community that is affected by this crisis. One thing we can do is re-purpose our brewing equipment and materials to produce our own hand sanitizer. Right now, we are bottling 4-ounce bottles of hand sanitizer and will be making them available to anyone for free starting this Thursday. Please limit one per person so we can try and help as many people as possible. Just stop by the brewery between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. and we will give you one free bottle, per person, until we are out. As the situation around Coronavirus escalates, we wanted to share what's happening and how it will affect 3 Daughters Brewing. In accordance with the mandates and policies set forth by the state government, we are forced to close the tasting room for at least 30 days. Unfortunately, this also means for the time being, we are not able to provide any To-Go beverage options. The 3 Daughters family is committed to keeping the foundation of the brewery solid so as soon as the mandate is removed, and the crisis is past we can re-open and see you all back here again soon enjoying your favorite beer, cider, seltzer or hard soda! . . . #drinkin3d #3daughtersbrewing #framily

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Motorworks Brewing in Bradenton plans to produce hand sanitizer that will be donated to nurses and first responders.

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