Per The Daily Chronicle: 

The Whiskey Acres Distilling Company announced this week it has plans to make hand sanitizer to donate to hospitals and first-responders.

The DeKalb based distillery was approved Wednesday by the U.S. Tax and Trade Bureau and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to convert its distillery to make hand sanitizer, using a special formula approved and passed on from the World Health Organization.

By the end of next week, they hope to have several thousand bottles of hand sanitizer to donate free of charge to Kishwaukee Hospital and countywide paramedics and police officers who respond to 911 calls.