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Examples of rapid-intoxication drinks banned after midnight LCD

From 1 July 2016 after midnight in all Queensland venues:

  • No sale of shooters, shots, bombs and blasters or any drink designed for rapid consumption or drinks containing more than 45ml of alcohol (examples included).
  • No pre-mixed alcoholic drinks over 5% or containing more ethanol than 2 standard drinks (examples included).
  • Yes to sale of up to 45ml of a spirit or liqueur in a tall glass with, or without, a mixer (examples included).
  • Yes to sale of wine, beer and cider.
  • Yes to sale of cocktails if listed on menu with set price (example included).

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1 July 2016
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Justice and Attorney-General, Queensland Government, In-venue signage for liquor licensees, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 sourced on 30 November 2020


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