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Seven Stills Slo Flo Whiskey

Seven Stills Slo Flo Whiskey

Size: 0,375 l
(47.0% ABV)
$31.99
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  • BrandSeven Stills
  • CategoryAmerican Whiskey
  • CountryUnited States
  • DistillerySeven Stills
  • AgeNAS
  • Style Malt Whiskey
  • Maturation New American Oak Char #3
  • Alcohol47.0%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 Warning.

First there was Slo Flo Pilsner. Abracadabra! Now there's Slo Flo Whiskey.

We all see the Germans for the masters of Beer that they are. What's lesser known is that they've been distilling their lager for ages, calling it "Bierschnapps". Making booze from brewskis makes sense, since they both start with fermenting grain before their paths diverge. Now ― in the wake of the craft Beer revolution ― this practice is taking America by storm. The guys at Seven Stills are doing just that ― turning craft Beer into craft Whiskey. If you ask us, that's almost as awesome as turning water into Wine. The founder Tim Obert has been at it since 2016, collaborating with craft-brewing heavy-hitters from his base of operations in Bayview, San Francisco, expanding considerably along the way.

They go about it two ways, either using their own Beer or ones from established craft wizards. The Slo Flo Whiskey falls into the first category. They poured their easy-drinking flagship Czech-style Pilsner into a 300-gallon pot still, then aged the distillate for 12 months in charred new American oak. As you can imagine, it's a limited affair with a grand total of 540 94-proof bottles produced. It's also totally unique, with the saaz hops influence contributing those delicious floral notes.

Flavor Spiral TM
  • hops hops
  • floral floral
  • honey honey
  • herbs herbs
  • spicy spicy
  • sweet sweet
  • woody woody
  • caramel caramel
  • biscuit biscuit
Appearance / Color
Light amber

Nose / Aroma / Smell
The nose promises a light & floral affair with those hops contributing the floral and herbal aromas. Then there's honey, cereal, and spice.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
It's equally light on the palate with a pleasant sweetness, herbal, and wood notes along with a malty, caramel, and biscuit side.

Finish
The finish is short and sweet with those hops making a final entry.

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First there was Slo Flo Pilsner. Abracadabra! Now there's Slo Flo Whiskey.

We all see the Germans for the masters of Beer that they are. What's lesser known is that they've been distilling their lager for ages, calling it "Bierschnapps". Making booze from brewskis makes sense, since they both start with fermenting grain before their paths diverge. Now ― in the wake of the craft Beer revolution ― this practice is taking America by storm. The guys at Seven Stills are doing just that ― turning craft Beer into craft Whiskey. If you ask us, that's almost as awesome as turning water into Wine. The founder Tim Obert has been at it since 2016, collaborating with craft-brewing heavy-hitters from his base of operations in Bayview, San Francisco, expanding considerably along the way.

They go about it two ways, either using their own Beer or ones from established craft wizards. The Slo Flo Whiskey falls into the first category. They poured their easy-drinking flagship Czech-style Pilsner into a 300-gallon pot still, then aged the distillate for 12 months in charred new American oak. As you can imagine, it's a limited affair with a grand total of 540 94-proof bottles produced. It's also totally unique, with the saaz hops influence contributing those delicious floral notes.
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  • BrandSeven Stills
  • CategoryAmerican Whiskey
  • CountryUnited States
  • DistillerySeven Stills
  • AgeNAS
  • Style Malt Whiskey
  • Maturation New American Oak Char #3
  • Alcohol47.0%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 Warning.
Flavor Spiral TM
  • hops hops
  • floral floral
  • honey honey
  • herbs herbs
  • spicy spicy
  • sweet sweet
  • woody woody
  • caramel caramel
  • biscuit biscuit
Appearance / Color
Light amber

Nose / Aroma / Smell
The nose promises a light & floral affair with those hops contributing the floral and herbal aromas. Then there's honey, cereal, and spice.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
It's equally light on the palate with a pleasant sweetness, herbal, and wood notes along with a malty, caramel, and biscuit side.

Finish
The finish is short and sweet with those hops making a final entry.

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