Toilet paper, Clorox wipes and hand sanitizer are just a few items that are still hard to find, even a month into quarantine. Stores have been trying to keep up with the demand, but it's proving to be difficult. Other outlets are pitching in, like this Nashville distillery that's making hand sanitizer and you can get it in trendy six-pack mason jar cases.\nOle Smoky Distillery in Nashville, Tennessee has been working diligently for the last two weeks to produce its own hand sanitizer to combat the spread of COVID-19.\nThis distillery is the "leading craft distiller of Moonshine and home of the world’s most visited distillery," according to the official website.\nThere are currently multiple locations in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and Nashville, and each of the locations is offering curbside pick-up for alcohol and while hand sanitizer can only be ordered online.\nView this post on Instagram Tomorrow, our first batch of hand sanitizer rolls out of our distillery. It'll go to law enforcement and first responders in Sevier County. We're so proud of our team for working like crazy to make this happen. Here's to y'all. More soon. A post shared by Ole Smoky Distillery (@olesmoky) on Mar 30, 2020 at 4:32pm PDT\nWhether you want apple pie moonshine, traditional or one of their many creatively-flavored whiskeys to wet your whistle, you'll get a free hand sanitizer with your purchase.\nLocal brewery Yee-Haw Beer and Ole Smoky split the taproom at their unique shipping yard location, so Tennesseans ordering a six-pack from Yee-Haw will also be eligible for the free sanitizer. Essentials for all, right?\nView this post on Instagram We love @olesmoky and any time we are near one of their locations we have to stop by for the tasting. If you have never been to @olesmoky or have never tried their moonshine, then let me be the first to tell you, it's amazing! In Pigeon Forge at @theislandpf you can try 11 different variations of their moonshine and 2 whiskeys for only $5. We tried Blue Flame, Blackberry, Apple Pie, Moonshine Pickles, Margarita, Sour Watermelon, Hunch Punch, Salted Caramel whiskey, Peanut Butter whiskey, Grape, Maple Cream, Butter Pecan, and Mountain Java! Our favorites were the Moonshine Pickles and Sour Watermelon! Which one would you try? A post shared by John & Cory | Travel Goals (@letsfindfun) on Mar 2, 2020 at 1:40pm PST\n\nOle Smoky is offering six-pack cases of sanitizers, 50-milliliter mason jars, and even 5-gallon buckets. Not to mention, the 50-milliliter jars might be the cutest sanitizer ever and are also reusable.\n\n View this post on Instagram Nashville has really given me a liking to Moonshine and @olesmoky’s distillery has every kind you would need! Their sprawling distillery/tasting room/brewery (@yeehawbrewing) serves all their beers, moonshines, and bourbon. The moonshine cocktails are so deceivingly tasty! . . . #weekdaysoff #weekdaysoffeats #eatstagram #eeeeeats #eatnashville #eaternashville #nashvilleeats #foodstagram #foodism #drinkstagram #nashvilledrinks #cocktails #mixology #moonshine #olesmokymoonshine #nashville #distillery #explorenashville #explorethyhood A post shared by Weekday Eats (@weekdayeats) on Aug 13, 2019 at 4:00am PDT\n\nOne of the 50-milliliter jars will run for $2.99 a piece, the six-pack cases are $14.99 and the 5-gallon buckets are $125.00. \nLocals’ weekend plans might include picking up a few bottles of moonshine, might as well grab a case of hand sanitizer while supplies last.