NHS Grampian has approved BrewDog's revised hand sanitiser for hospital use. 

The beer makers have made a hand sanitiser which can be used in clinical settings. 

The hand sanitiser is 80 per cent alcohol, the necessary level for use in hospitals.

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BrewDog were initially knocked back by the board for making a hand santiser which fell short of clinical standards. 

After revising the formula, the alcoholic cleaner will now be used in hospitals in the NHS Grampian area. 

James Watt, BrewDog co-founder, said: "We are have been working super closely with our friends at the NHS to meet their high specifications at our own cost.

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"Yesterday the NHS approved our processes and the  80% sanitiser product and placed an official order. Thousands of units will be shipped to them next week."

A spokeswoman for NHS Grampian said: "The BrewDog NHS sanitiser is now approved and we will get them out early next week. Thanks to all involved."

Find out more about the BrewDog NHS Sanitiser here.


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