Air Still Mini Distillery Kit

Kit includes:


  • Air Still
  • 10L Fermenter with Thermometer
  • Carbon Filter System with Spirit Collector
  • Mixing Spoon
  • Distilling Conditioner
  • Boil Enhancers
  • Air Still Fermentation Kit (Turbo Yeast & Nutrients, Turbo Carbon, Turbo Clear for making a wash)
  • 2 x flavours Vodka Essences (for flavoured water or vodka)
  • Hydrometer
  • Instructions



T500 Condenser

EZ Filter

6KG Production Pack (classic yeast, 6kg Turbo Sugar,Turbo Clear, Turbo Carbon)

30 Litre Fermenter (includes - air lock, tap, grommet,

digital thermometer, sediment reducer)

5 Litre Measuring Jug

Alcometer & Hydrometer

50cm paddle

Steriliser & Detergent

200g Bourbon Staves

4 x Icon Liquer Varieties

6 x 1 litre Classic Varieties


Package Deal!




T500 Copper Condenser
Package Deal




Pure distilling package deal over $1,000 worth
of equipment for $750.00


So what comes in our new kit you ask?


  • 1 x Stainless steel fermenter.
  • 1 x Smell Eliminator so you can ferment in our stainless boiler/fermenter.
  • 1 x Condenser with new high yield output tap.
  • 1 x 10 litre plastic filter still using stainless internals.
  • 4 x Flavours that make 2.25ltr each bottle.
  • 1 x Yeast, Crystal Clear, Spirit Enhancer, Conditioner & Easy Clean.
  • 1 x 60cm Plastic Paddle.
  • 1 x Stick on thermometer.
  • 1 x Alarmed thermometer
  • 1 x Stainless long plug so you can collect straight into the filter then dilute to 40% pull the plug and filter all in one easy method.


Package Deal!

In Australia, it is legal to own a still of up to 5 litre capacity for the sole purpose of manufacturing essential oils and for distilling water. Any still of over 5 L capacity is required to be registered with the ATO, even if it is to be used for the sole purpose of distilling water or essential oils.

Making of distilled alcohol in Australia is still illegal if you aren't approved by the ATO to do so and further details can be obtained from the Australian Taxation Office from http://www.ato.gov.au/content/66216.htm


Selling of home distilled alcohol is an offence in most countries as well and penalties apply.

There are also overlapping Liquor Licensing Laws for each Country, State and Territory which may apply.

We recommend any person considering distilling alcohol to be aware of all relevant rules and regulations.

Make informed decisions and be aware of any possible consequences.


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