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Brewdog sanitiser donations continue to help out those in need

By David Porter

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Following approval last week for Ellon's Brewdog to turn its spirit into hand sanitiser, a massive effort by staff has seen over 50,000 units donated to the NHS and local charities.

Brewdog staff have been working round the clock to produce sanitiser.
Brewdog staff have been working round the clock to produce sanitiser.

Taking to social media a company spokesman said: "Since our plan came to light we have been blown away by the number of requests from those at the front line who have (or will soon) run short of sanitiser.

"We delivered free cases to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary’s Intensive Care Unit this weekend and are continuing to work with NHS Grampian.

"We are happy to say that we have now agreed distribution for keyworkers across the UK from next week and our own crew, plus we are also working with the NHS and a number of charities.

"This week we will be delivering free hand sanitiser to Aberlour, a charity working across Scotland to support vulnerable families and The Archie Foundation, for their parent’s accommodation at Aberdeen Children’s Hospital."

Showing their creative spirit, staff utilised any and all containers that were available, leading to an eclectic mix of end packaging for the vitial supply.

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