Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.As soon as the coronavirus pandemic hit, Hotel Tango Distillery in Indiana — the first combat-disabled, veteran-owned distillery in America — stopped making liquor and started making hand sanitizer.Travis Barnes, its founder, said: “This started as a way to give back and assist some local folks in need, but it became clear right away that we needed to scale up fast if we wanted to help in any substantial manner.” The artisan distillery, the first to open in Indianapolis since Prohibition, has produced over 2,000 gallons since mid-March, when the first run of sanitizer was bottled. (Hotel Tango Distillery) CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGEHotel Tango, founded in 2013, also operates two tasting rooms, and suddenly with the state mandate to stop dine-in visits for bars and restaurants, Barnes created a manufacturing line from his staff, now with new, alternative jobs.“Our ability to get mobilized as a team and start filling bottles in less than 48 hours is something I am personally very proud of, because that has allowed us to keep our team employed while also providing a vital product to businesses in need,” Barnes said.He learned it all from


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