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Review: Last Straw Distillery Stout Spirit

Posted by Arctic Wolf on June 7, 2019

The Last Straw Distillery is Ontario’s smallest production micro-distillery located at 40 Pippin Rd. in Vaughan, Ontario (a wee bit north of Toronto) just off Highway 400 and around the corner from Vaughan Mills Shopping Centre. According to Mike Hook, the team at Last Straw Distillery come to the craft of distilling from a variety of different backgrounds, and surprisingly none have had prior experience in the beverage or alcohol business. They are self-taught, and developed their recipes in house, through research, and trial and error, without the use of outside consultants.

Last Straw Distillery’s Stout Spirit is the result of their second collaboration with Vaughan’s Lake Wilcox Brewing Co. made from the distilled essence of their powerhouse Irish Stout. This brew was mashed at Lake Wilcox and then fermented a full two weeks at Last Straw, then double-distilled, and finally aged for four months in a charred American oak cask which was re-coopered for them by their friends at DRM.reCoop in St. Catherines, Ontario.

Here is a link to my full review”

Review: Last Straw Distillery Stout Spirit

“… There is a malty sweetness rising from the glass with indications of butterscotch and hints of corn syrup dipped graham wafers. Vanilla, barley, and almond seem to meander into the breezes along with some grassy menthol …”

Please enjoy my review.



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