Fond du Lac distillery begins production of hand sanitizer


Brenda Ordoñez, Writer, Editor

Hand sanitizing products were amongst the first products to be swept off the shelves during the coronavirus outbreak. To help the community with this product shortage, Ledgerock Distillery in Fond du Lac will be transitioning from whiskey curating to hand sanitizing makin’. 

Ledgerock Distillery announced on March 22 that they will begin the production of hand sanitizer over the next few weeks. In a Facebook post on the company’s page, Ledgerock Distillery said, “During these difficult times, we need to enjoy the little victories. For us today it was filling our 100th barrel of whiskey. Hope it turns into a honey barrel for us.” 

They continue, “Once the barrels are filled we will be transitioning the distillery to produce hand sanitizer over the course of the next few weeks. It will take a little time before we have product available.” 

Due to COVID-19, the distillery has suspended tours and the Saturday cocktail event. 

Ledgerock Distillery says customers can call 920-238-9588 for curbside pickup of products.