Cape Byron Distillery

Brookie's Hand & Surface Sanitiser

Enriched with Natural Lime & Gin Botanicals

Hand & Surface Sanitiser from the team at Brookie’s Gin, a critical product for the community.

We are adapting to meet the overwhelming demand in the current COVID-19 climate by producing a high quality, alcohol-based, natural sanitiser, scented with our signature rainforest gin & lime.

We are extremely proud to be in a position to produce this product to assist with the current need for personal hygiene, health and safety of our community and will be doing everything we can to meet the demand. ~ Eddie Brook, Co-Founder & Distiller

The sanitiser was developed by Pamela Brook B.D. Sc MBA (Co-founder of Brookfarm & Cape Byron Distillery) using all-natural ingredients including; 70% Ethanol, by-products of the production of Brookie’s Gin, UV & charcoal filtered Mt Warning Spring Water, Vegetable Glycerine, Aloe Vera & Citrus oil. Brookie’s Hand & Surface sanitiser is bottled at 70% volume by volume ethanol, above the minimum recommended alcohol strength for sanitiser, according to the CDC and medical professionals.

The overwhelming need for sanitiser from the COVID-19 pandemic, in particular in the medical services industry has inspired the distillery to develop a product for the community. The distillery has access to high proof ethanol, essential for creating hand and surface sanitiser and the production of this product means that there will be consistent employment for the Brookie’s team given the downturn in gin sales as a result of the closure of the cellar door and all hospitality venues around Australia.

We’ve reached out to the local medical community to see if there was interest and demand for the sanitiser and have since been inundated with requests.

We will be supplying larger containers of sanitiser to the local medical professions, doctors, hospitals and care workers. We are prioritising supply to many health organisations within the local community and will be initially releasing our first batch to some of our current Brookie’s Gin retailers and other local businesses in the Northern Rivers. We understand the urgent need in the community, and we will be doing all we can to meet this demand during these testing times. ~ Eddie Brook

Medical services in need are directed to contact [email protected].

The sanitiser is available in 500ml recyclable bottles online via our website, local retailers and pharmacies.

15 Comments

  • Christina Huber

    I am a midwife working in a public Hospital in Sydney.
    Could i please purchase 2 bottles for my personal use
    With thanks
    Christina Huber

  • Betty Maighan

    Put order in cart but never get to check out
    I want 2 bottles of handsanistiser.

  • Carol Haddad

    Pls let me know when sanitiser is available thx

  • Ed johnston

    Hi
    I just rang to enquire about buying a couple of hand sanitizers for myself & was told to go online & register to be notified before the public is so as to avoid missing out & I didn’t see anywhere else on the website to do this so I hoping this is ok ? Much appreciated

  • Michelle Stanley

    Hi,

    I have a couple of Aged Care Facilities needing Hand Sanitiser and have been told that you are making it! Just wondering how we can get some and what the pricing would be please?

    Thanks,
    Michelle
    0429498400

  • Serena

    Hi! Do you have a list of stockists for the hand sanitiser? I’m located in Brisbane. Thanks. 😊

    • Pauline

      Hi Serena, we don’t at this stage as stock is flying off the shelves too fast… We just released more stock online if you would t jump in and place an order. Max. 2 bottles per order, free shipping for orders over $50. Cheers, Pauline

  • James Smith

    Has the Alcohol been denatured? Have an allergice reaction to Pyridine with sensitive skin.

  • James Smith

    Has the alcohol been denatured? A very limited opportunity, got an allergy to Pyridine with sensitive skin.

    Thanks, James Smith.

    • Pauline

      Hi James, Thank you for your enquiry. The alcohol has not been denatured so is safe for you to use. Pauline

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