Super Bock Group produces hand sanitizing gel to support National Health Service Super Bock Group has developed a wide range of initiatives to combat Covid-19 since the first signs appeared showing that the virus would have a significant impact in Portugal, and has been committed to help the National Health Service to safeguard public health.
Super Bock Group developed a partnership with Destilaria Levira, and together they were able to convert, in an unprecedented way, the 30’ of alcohol left over from the production process of non-alcoholic beer into hand sanitizer. Knowing that this product is essential to prevent the spread of infection, the company has been able, so far, to manufacture more than 18,000 liters, a quantity that has already been donated to more than a dozen hospitals all over the country, according to previously identified necessities.
In this context, Super Bock Free (non-alcoholic beer) has also temporarily changed its name to “Super Doc”, a special edition that has associated a public demonstration of solidarity and tribute to all health professional, those who are daily work in the front line of this pandemic.
In order to carry out this project, Super Bock Group had to temporarily reorganize its performance, knowing that this was essential to make its active contribution and to help Portugal overcome this situation.