How Dogfish Head Brewery Is Fighting Coronavirus - NYT Opinion.

With worrisome shortages of medical supplies, businesses around the country are manufacturing things they wouldn’t normally be making — everything from face masks to hand sanitizer.

NASCAR engineers are using 3D printers to roll out face shields instead of car parts. Masks and gowns for hospital workers are being made from Major League Baseball uniforms. And distilleries and breweries large and small are getting into the hand sanitizer business.

Among them is Dogfish Head Craft Brewery in Delaware. The workers there are more accustomed to brewing I.P.A.s, but in the above video Sam Calagione, the founder of the company, shows how they’re now bottling growlers of hand sanitizer to help their community. He has a few tips for other businesses who are looking for a way to pitch in.

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