KENTUCKY CRAFT HAND SANITIZER
DISTILLED AND PRODUCED ENTIRELY IN KENTUCKY
ENJOY KENTUCKY SAFELY
Introducing Distijl's Limited Edition Small Batch Hand Sanitizers
In keeping with Distijl’s mission of creating unique products and experiences, we’ve created a
Kentucky-made hand sanitizer to meet the safety needs of Kentuckians, and make it fun as well.
“What could be more Kentucky than carrying your hand sanitizer in a hip flask?”
Distilled, formulated, bottled in Kentucky — made entirely in the USA — in partnership with a Kentucky Craft Distillery, severely impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic
Double distilled in pot stills from Kentucky-grown corn
Bottled in vintage-styled whiskey bottle flasks
8 oz, 12 oz, 20 oz, or gallons * gallons by special order
8 oz bottle comes with child-safety, leak-proof cap
Dash-sized personal dispensing, using orifice reducer without the need for touching pumps, aerosols, etc.
Safety sealed and marked clearly – “Do Not Drink, For External Use Only”
Compliant with FDA and WHO guidelines for hand sanitizer
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Distijl is donating their first batch to Central Kentucky independent restaurants and bars as they prepare to reopen safely.
A portion of the proceeds from additional sales will be donated to support the independent local restaurants of Central Kentucky, as well as Team Kentucky.
Distijl will donate much of the first batch to local independent bars and restaurants as Kentucky prepares for Phase 1 & Phase 2 re-openings, to promote health and safety among restaurant workers, bartenders, wait staff, and their patrons.
In addition, Distijl will donate a portion of the proceeds from Hand Sanitizer sales to support APRON: an non-profit supporting independent restaurants and restaurant workers. Proceeds will also go to support the Team Kentucky fund.
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, 5 million hospitality workers are at risk nationwide. 300,000 independent restaurants across the country have been closed at an estimated cost of $225 billion in lost revenue in the 3 month's shutdown.
Almost 15 million Americans work in tourism and hospitality, making it the 5th largest industry in the country. — Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
More than 3 million restaurant industry jobs were lost in the first 22 days of March, as the coronavirus outbreak swept the US.
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