I believe the LiquorQuik was designed specifically for the Australian
market as it is not legal to distill over there.
I have some for sale here. The packs contain all ingredients for
fermentation - no still required.
(The idea is to forget all the other ingredients, and just use the
There are 6 really popular essences that will make up 6 x 750 ml bottles:
The RRP is $NZ24.95 within New Zealand (Export is excluding sales tax @
$NZ22.20) - not a bad price at all for an assortment of six flavours!!
MILL-FORD LODGE HOMEBREW SHOP
From: Brad McMahon <brad@...
Subject: Re: [Distillers] Liquor Quik
Date: Tuesday, 24 April 2001 03:58
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From: "Matt" <spore@...>
> Anyone heard of Liquor Quik brand? you can see some here:
> a few of these labels look a lot like the Prestige brand. Is LQ a North
> American name for re-packaged Prestige or some other essence label?
I have used the Liquor-Quik kits years ago. A good attempt to make
something drinkable using turbo yeasts in a sugar wash.
Basically you do everything but distill. i.e. ferment, treat with carbon,
However it is almost impossible to get a good tasting neutral spirit this
and of course the alcohol level doesn't exceed 20%.
I have been given some old stock of the kits by my homebrew supplier who
them out and I can say the quality of the essences in the kits are very
I haven't heard of Prestige so I can't comment on that side of things.
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