Bently Heritage’s Estate Distillery Takes The Lead In Helping Its Community
Distillery to Produce Hand Sanitizer for Hospitals and Law Enforcement

Minden, Nevada, March 27, 2020 – Today, Bently Heritage Estate Distillery announced that it is converting its operation to produce 1,300 gallons of hand sanitizer and disinfectant spray per week; the distillery hopes to up this production to 5,000 gallons by the end of April. The sanitizers will be donated to local hospitals, law enforcement, and health and human services.

Master Distiller John Jeffery states, “We want to help our community during this time. We wish we could make more production, but we are limited by the amount of other necessary ingredients available. We have seen an overwhelming need from local medical professionals.”

Christopher Bentlythe distillery’s proprietor, states, “It is everyone’s responsibility to make the world a better place. In times of need, that’s even more true.”

As this is a new endeavor for the Heritage team, it has been all hands on deck to get the project up and running. From the distillers to hospitality, sales, quality personnel, and more, the team has banded together to support their local communities.

Bently Heritage Estate Distillery has released their first batch this week.

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About Bently Heritage Estate Distillery:

Bently Heritage Estate Distillery’s spirits are made from grain grown on our Bently Ranch here in Minden, Nevada. We are currently in partial shutdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic but we are using our equipment and staff to support our community in every way we can.

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