A Tulsa distillery that switched from earning liquor to earning hand sanitizer for the duration of the pandemic is now back to normal.
For about eight months, Crimson Fork Distillery stuffed bottles of sanitizer and donated them to initial responders – but that’s far from their specialty.
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“Commonly we’re just building spirits we’re generating vodka, we make whiskey, we make bourbon, we make unaged white whiskey, we make moonshine,” explained Proprietor and Proprietor Mike Hoey.
Hoey stated putting the release of their whiskey line on ice and getting a shot at sanitizer was