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More Crawford hand sanitizer soon available

 

Last updated 4/6/2020 at 11:41am

Havre Daily News/Jack Lambert

Head Distiller Neil Crawford pours sugar into warm water inside a distiller to start making the next batch of hand sanitizer Friday at Crawford Distillery in Havre. The hand sanitizer takes three to four days to complete.

Crawford Distillery on 2nd Street in Havre has joined many distilleries around the U.S. that have moved their operations to creating hand sanitizer which they are giving away for free in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Neil Crawford, who owns the distillery with his wife, Alyssa, said they're in the process of bottling their second batch, which will be freely available to the public.

"The first batch went out to the elderly and first responders and health care workers," Crawford said, "... We're trying to get it to the most critical people in need first. This second batch we're going t...



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