Ukrainian beer maker Pravda has swapped craft brewing for making Molotov cocktails.
The brewery, which opened in Lviv in 2014, usually makes a range of craft beers and IPAs but its owner Yuriy Zastavny said they are now supporting the war effort.
The brewery started manufacturing the makeshift petrol bombs three days ago and has sent them to roadblocks and Kyiv.
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“We never left the resistance,” Mr Zastavny told Sky News.
“West Ukraine has a long history of fighting the Russians since 1939 and, talking about the situation now, there is a high time in everyone’s life when you have to mobilise yourself to use all your knowledge, all your energy, everything you have lived for and everything you have gained in life to turn it into making the fall of this empire possible.
“We have put our own money and built on our knowledge of chemistry and our experience from the 2014 Maidan revolution to make good quality Molotov cocktails.”
Many Ukrainians have dropped their day jobs to support the war effort, as Russian forces continue to fight their neighbour across the country.
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Men of military age have picked up weapons to fight Russia, while others have been making makeshift weapons such as Molotov cocktails.
Mr Zastavny added that people have been bringing them empty bottles to use to make the weapons.
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He said on the first day they made 300 to 400 and now make them as they are needed.
“It’s now or never. The Russian enemy who have come to our land has to stop and we will do everything,” Mr Zastavny added.
“All Ukrainians are making everything possible to make this stop and turn the situation around.
“We have already disrupted the plans of the dictator through clever blitzkrieg. We have to continue fighting. We are doing it not only for us, but we are also doing it for Europe and the whole world.”
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