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In light of the coronavirus crisis, Charleston-based Firefly Distillery has switched from making their signature sweet tea vodka to making hand sanitizer for the masses.
Firefly, the state’s oldest working distillery, will be producing 180 cases with each run and started offering the sanitizer to the public last Friday. According to ABC News4 the distillery is selling half gallons of hand sanitizer on a first come, first serve basis. While the public is limited to one bottle per person (at $25), hospitals, state departments, military and other institutions will be the first to receive Firefly’s hand sanitizer through its office supply distribution.
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We've been working hard behind the scenes to help meet the demand for #handsanitizer and we're happy to announce… IT'S HERE. ⚡️ Starting Friday (4/17), y'all can come pick up half gallons at the #distillery for $25 (available while supplies last). ✨We're limiting to 1 per person as we're also helping out our hospitals, military, state departments with our production.
If you’re interested in purchasing your own, head over to the distillery located at 4201 Spruill Avenue, North Charleston.