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PACK – [4] x 4-in-one Pack

  • 4   Air Still Fermentation Kits
  • 10 Air Still Carbon Cartridges
  • 10 Air Still Washers
  • 1   Distilling Conditioner

Contains all the ingredients (all you need to add is the sugar) to produce 40L of wash for distilling through the Air Still system, which produces 8L of 40% alcohol. This pack does not contain any carbon blocks. Please note: you will have carbon cartridges & washers left over.

Fermentation Kit

For use with the Turbo Air Still system. Each pack contains all the ingredients to produce 10 litres of wash for distilling through the Turbo Air still system and 2L or 40% alcohol.

Carbon Cartridge

Each carbon cartridge is suitable to filter up to 1125mls (40oz) of distilled spirit or grain alcohol. Discard old cartridge after each use.

Air Still Washers

Food grade Polyethylene Washers designed for the Air Still Filter and the Air Still Fermenter Lid. You only need to change the washers once they become compressed. Ideal for use with alcohol as Polyethylene will not taint alcohol.

Distilling Conditioner

Defoaming Agent

All our yeast has a minimum expiry date of 6 months. If you keep the yeast refrigerated, it will last at least 12 months past the best before date. 

Air Still Fermentation Kit Instructions

Legality – Alcohol Distillation

Please note that in certain countries alcohol distillation may be illegal and you may require a licence. Ask for advice or contact your local Customs & Excise Department.

In New Zealand, Switzerland and Italy it is legal to own a still and use it to extract alcohol.


In New Zealand it is legal to use up to a 25L still at home to produce spirit for personal consumption.


In Australia you can use a still of up to 5lt capacity without a distillers licence for either water purification or essential oil extraction.

Please note: You must have a license to produce alcohol using a still in Australia. It is not legal to separate water and alcohol via distillation in a still without a permit.


In the UK it is illegal to manufacture spirits without a distiller’s licence which is required under the provisions.

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