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Night Stalker - Goose Island Beer Co.

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BA SCORE
91
outstanding

1,651 Ratings
THE BROS
88
very good

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Ratings: 1,651
Reviews: 729
rAvg: 4.07
pDev: 14.25%
Wants: 241
Gots: 561 | FT: 26
Brewed by:
Goose Island Beer Co. visit their website
Illinois, United States

Style | ABV
American Double / Imperial Stout |  11.70% ABV

Availability: Rotating

Notes/Commercial Description:
No notes at this time.

(Beer added by: ClockworkOrange on 02-02-2009)
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Photo of jera1350
4.35/5  rDev +6.9%

Solid black color with a ring of tight tan foam around the edge of the glass.

Huge grassy hop nose. The most hops I've smelled in an IS. A big coffee scent to compliment the hops.

Massive hops that taste mostly of grass. Bitter coffee with lots of deep roasted malt. A bit of alcohol. Not the most complex, but very in your face flavor. Lots of bitterness in the aftertaste.

Smooth and lightly creamy carbonation. Maybe a bit thin in the body, but not too much.

Good drinkability. A very unique IS with more hops than imaginable. Hoppy IS are a good thing. This is a very worthy brew.

jera1350, Mar 22, 2010
Photo of ommegoose
4/5  rDev -1.7%

Bomber for $10.99. Underfilled. Right at the bottom of the neck, which was one of the more full bottles at Andersonville Wine & Spirits. I will say that this in the bottle was utterly and completely different from the experience I had with it this summer, to the point where I definitely would not have said they were the same beer. It's no coincidence that 18 of the 20 highest rated scores were for the on-tap or growler version. Something changed in the bottling of this beer, and not for the better. I was well prepared to award about a 4.5 based on the previous incarnation of this beer.

Poured into a small snifter. Very black, but not as thick and tarry as the BCS. Did not really lace or hold the head long. Does not stick to the glass as much. I never know how to rate appearance for impy stouts, but it's not doing anything wrong.

Citric aromas dominate. Grapefruit and orange. Very hard to find typical stout aromas. Granted, this is a very fresh beer, and the hops are going to be strong, but this smells more like ST Iniquity than any stout.

This definitely a hoppy stout, but very low on bitterness. Lots of citric flavor, specifically grapefruit. I remember the draft version having way more chocolate cakey richness, sharper bitterness, and way less citrus. Like BCS without the bourbon. But in the bottle it really tastes a lot different than BCS. It's really a grapefruit bomb. Roasty chocolate and coffee flavors are seriously muted, and only show lightly on the finish, where some powdery dark chocolate can be found. It's like the dark stout flavors are neutralized by the bitter hop flavors, and that fruity essence is what remains. Tasty beer, but not what it could have been. Late emergence of licorice, and hints at what it could be with flashes of malt depth, but too fleeting and too late in the game. Tastes best near room temperature at the end of the bottle

Thick and rich, some heat, but not an overwhelming amount. There are thicker and more viscous stouts than this, but it still has a satisfying feel, even if carbonation is a bit low. Does not seem to have the body I remember it having.

Seems to drink easier than the abv would suggest. There's enough to contemplate that it doesn't get boring. But really there seem to be startlingly few stout characteristics. This is a pretty tasty beer, but no way is this worth $11, and no way is it going to taste well enough after a year or two to make another $11 purchase justified. Not to mention the missing ounce. I'd be inclined to say it's not ready to drink yet. Way unbalanced. If it shows up on tap again, I will try, but this is a different beer out of the bottle.

ommegoose, Mar 21, 2010
Photo of spointon
3.93/5  rDev -3.4%

I poured this one from a 22oz brown bomber bottle into a tulip pint glass.

A= This stout poured jet black. When held to a very bright light some ruby highlights appeared around the edges. A hard pour at cellar temp produced 1/4" of reddish-chocolate colored head that settled to zero super fast. No lacing to speak of.

S= Holy god is this one hoppy imperial stout. Granted I live in the home market for this brewery and this was bottled only 2 weeks prior to this tasting but cripes! The aroma was bursting with a very "green" hop character, not unlike the Goose Island IPA when it is super fresh. Lots of floral and citrus hop character in the nose. Roasted malt and alcohol made their appearances as well but the hops were all over everything.

T= Once I tasted this stout, the hops showed themselves mostly as flavor not as base bitterness. Very floral, grassy, and with significant citrus notes. The roasted grain character lent some coffee notes and the richness of the malt also showed some caramel/toffee sweetness. Up until the end of each swallow, bitterness was actually modest and came mostly from the roasted character. The finish gave a surprisingly short but sharp alcohol bite that contributed to a lingering bitterness in the aftertaste.

MF= Heavy body, viscous, with a low carbonation level. Overall a pleasant feel, but a sipper for sure.

D= On one hand, there are a lot of things I like about this beer. Its very well made, it hides the huge ABV extremely well, and its very unique and interesting. On the downside, it is HUGELY hoppy for the style (not in bitterness but in flavor). I'll be laying down a few bottles and am really interested to see what happens when all that hop flavor fades out of extreme-land. Kind of makes me wish it was toned back a bit now so I could enjoy it more without having to wait a year for the hops to mellow...

spointon, Mar 21, 2010
Photo of billab914
3.9/5  rDev -4.2%

First thing I noticed when I got this bottle was that it was under filled by about an inch. Not sure how this would effect it over a longer period of time decided to drink this one sooner rather then later.

Poured from a 22oz bottle into my Stone RIS glass. Poured black with a thin tan lacing covering the top of the beer. The head all but faded away and only left slight traces of lacing on the glass.

The aroma is surprisingly very hoppy but it also has a strong roasted smell to it to back it up. The floral citrusness of the hops really comes through like an IPA. It also has some bitter, roasted, coffee & chocolate to it but the amount of hops really surprised me.

The taste is hoppy as well with more citrus present then probably any imperial stout I've had. The roasted flavors really come through as well, especially in the incredibly bitter finish. Bitter coffee, and roasted/burnt grains seem to be the most present in the finish but there is a little chocolate coming through helping smooth it out a little. There is a slight alcohol bite in the finish but not a lot.

Mouthfeel is thick and slightly creamy and carbonation is low. Drinkability is decent, it has some good flavors but the alcohol bite makes it a little less smooth drinking.

Overall an interesting imperial stout for sure. I can't really say it's one of my favorites, the high levels of citrus from the hops and the bitter coffee just wasn't meshing well for me in this beer as well as some of my favorite imperial stouts do. I will say that I could see me liking this a lot more with some age on it though. Might have to put one away for a bit.

billab914, Mar 21, 2010
Photo of kylehayworth
4.03/5  rDev -1%

A: Pours a deep brown, with a similar head.

S: Has a good hop smell with some chocolate underneath of it.

T: It has good hops playing with good malts. Well balanced, citrus then chocolate, piney then coffee. Some caramel

M: Thick and creamy, with mild carbonation.

D: This was a pretty solid beer. I wasn't really sure what to expect. I would like to try this and the Bourbon County side-by-side.

kylehayworth, Mar 20, 2010
Photo of bonbright7
4.25/5  rDev +4.4%

The crazy aroma of hops surprised me as I inhaled the dark malted stout. The first taste also made me take a step back as it twisted and turned with muscular complexity. I quietly wished I had more of this superb Stout on hand as the rush of the abv became apparent in my face.

I tried to compare it to the Bourbon County, but the sly licorice taste even topped my perceptible thoughts of describing it.
I thought that maybe the best strategy was to simply apply a little brie to the moment and enjoy it without further discussion.

bonbright7, Mar 20, 2010
Photo of webmanspidey
4.3/5  rDev +5.7%

Bomber poured into a large chalice. Dark black, with a fizzy white head. Smells include strong dark fruit, grape, and citrus. Flavor is really offbeat for a stout: strong fruity citrus flavors and hops are prevalent, twisted with caramel, black licorice, and molasses. Finish is on the bitter side. Alcohol is blended in very well. Excellent drinkability.

This isn't what you normally expect in a big stout, but it is very interesting and delicious nonetheless.

webmanspidey, Mar 20, 2010
Photo of crossovert
4.08/5  rDev +0.2%

600th beer tried.

22 oz bottle, properly filled.

Pours into my snifter a thick brown/black with pretty much no light permeability. The head is small and tan receding decently fast leaving some decent lacing.

Woah, the first thing you notice in the scent of this one is the massive amount of hops. They are very tropical smelling, and very fresh smelling. The hop scents mi with the chocolate scent quite well. Under that is some caramel scents.

The flavor is sweet, almost cloying, but also hoppy. It has some herbal bitter tasting hops, the tropical doesn't translate in the taste. It also has coffee, chocolate, caramel, and a huge dose of alcohol flavor. It is almost whiskey-like. The alcohol is very present on the palate.

It is interesting now, interestingly hoppy, but I think if it aged it could calm down a little, like BCS it is very hot and wild when fresh.

crossovert, Mar 19, 2010
Photo of Mora2000
4.43/5  rDev +8.8%

Thanks to mar for sharing this bottle. I have been looking forward to it.

The beer pours dark brown to black with a brown head. The aroma is coffee and roasted malts with some piney hops. The flavor is more of the same with the coffee and malts being overshadowed by the strong hopping. Medium, very creamy mouthfeel and low carbonation.

Mora2000, Mar 19, 2010
Photo of jjayjaye
4.97/5  rDev +22.1%

Pours dark and with a viscous character and a HUGE stiff light brown colored head that resists fading. Spotty patterns of Belgian lacing are redeemed by the oily film that I look for in my favorite Double Stouts! The smell is AGGRESSIVE and COMPLEX and nothing short of AMAZING! The full frontal hop attack is the last thing that I would expect from a beverage of this style. HOLY CRAP this is WILD!! The grassy hops over licorice and chocolate aromas are unique and IMAGINATIVE. Adequately carbonated with a light tingle from the alcohol; spikes up with an oily creamy smooth coating texture TOTALLY complements its drinkability. Full flavored, the choco-licorice, plum grassy hop BLITZ is consuming. The licorice and grassy hop flavors linger well into the after experience. The 11.7% ABV is buried...and at $10 a bumper, this one is a COSMIC drinker!! End of story...just feed me Night Stalker for the rest of my f*& life and I'll die a happy BA. Many thanks to DavidEddie for the opportunity to consider this one...it's my new all-time favorite!!

jjayjaye, Mar 18, 2010
Photo of mjl21
4.22/5  rDev +3.7%

Acquired via trade...thanks Mike. 22 ounce bottle poured into a snifter. Comes in at 11.7%. Bottled on 2/19/10.

A-Pours a sludgy dark brown that has a little glimmer of red. The first pour results in virtually no head and a miniscule ring with a few scattered bubbles. The second pour was more aggressive and resulted in a decent head that eventually goes to a nice film. Leaves some good streaks of lace and has some visible legs.

S-It is different than most imperial stouts. Lots and lots of tropical citrus and pine give it a hoppy nose. There is some noticeable booze that fades as it warms. There is not much malt that jumps out.

T-Roasted malt and chocolate are very prevalent at the start. The flavor is a mixture of dark chocolate, sweet chocolate, and bitter sweet chocolate.The alcohol is more noticeable at the start and quickly drys out my tongue. I pick up on orange citrus flavors after it has gone down. As it warms there is more pine flavor. This is one that really needs to be given time to open up.

M-Fuller bodied and perfectly carbonated.

D-I had this over two hours and it definitely knocked me upside the head. A 10 oz serving would be perfect.

An interesting take on an imperial stout. I prefer Darkness more for a hopped up imperial stoutl, but this one is definitely worth checking out.

mjl21, Mar 18, 2010
Photo of GRG1313
4.38/5  rDev +7.6%

Pours a thick brown/black with a dark dense brown head.

Nose if full rich and bold bitter black chocolate; roasted grains; soy sauce; bitter espresso and licorice.

Mouthfeel is thick, rich and creamy with elegant light carbonation and a wonderful mouthfeel.

Well balanced hop/malt the flavor profile of this stout is all licorice, bitter chocolate and bitter espresso but nicely balanced. This is the quintessence of a roasted grain flavor but with a bitter hop balance. Flavor profile has hints of whiskey and red wine characters. Lots of molasses and underlyng sweet black chocolate nad licorice.

Finish is long, bitter licorice, black chocolate, roasted grain and bitter espresso; again, all very well balanced and which goes on forever. A wonderful example of a well balanced and very big stout.

GRG1313, Mar 16, 2010
Photo of orbitalr0x
4.53/5  rDev +11.3%

22oz bomber, like the label on this one. Pours into my glass a deep, brooding black with dark brown edges and a half inch of creamy tan head on top. Aromas start off with a blast of citric and piney hops. Resinous with a mix of rich chocolate and espresso notes. Nice and roasted with a mild burnt accent. Quite complex and the bold hops just jump out of this.

First sip brings big malts upfront with a mix of chocolate, espresso and a touch of caramel. Huge hops intertwine bringing loads of citric and piney resins along for the ride. Hop bitterness does a good job of working alongside the malt sweetness here. Flows down with lingering hops and the alcohol is just barely detectable. Tasty stuff. Nothing like hop burps from a RIS!

Mouthfeel is smooth, rich and creamy with a mellow slickness. This is almost too easy to drink for the abv and the sweetness is kept in check well. Overall, this is a pretty damn tasty hopped up RIS. Worth seeking out and possibly even better than I remember it being on tap last year!

orbitalr0x, Mar 14, 2010
Photo of trbergman
4.58/5  rDev +12.5%

Poured from a 750mL bottle into a tulip.

A - Pours an opaque dark brown, nearly black, with one finger of cinnamon-colored head. The foam reduces to a ring of lace, but leaves some sheets on the glass.

S - Hop aroma leaps out of the glass, with plenty of citrus zest and leafiness. Past that, the beer has great chocolate and roast barley aromas.

T - Very hoppy and bitter, but nothing like a fresh bottle of Storm King - and that's a good thing. While this has very assertive citrus hop flavor and bitterness, it's well integrated and leaves room for the malts to shine. Nice candied orange peel flavor, along with some leafiness, chocolate, and a touch of coffee. Some vanilla and dried fruits come out as it warms. Flavorful, lingering roast and bitterness in the finish.

M - Very full, though the hop bitterness adds a peppery zing to keep things lively.

D - An excellent beer, definitely one I'd like to have again. This should cellar very well, too.

trbergman, Mar 13, 2010
Photo of SFLpunk
4.1/5  rDev +0.7%

22oz brown glass pry-top. Label dated 02/19/10.

Appearance: Black, black, black. Thin khaki foam.

Nose: Straight weed, skunky bud, herbal. Citrus hops on top of black malt, tanned leather, bitter chocolate, and old black licorice.

Palate: Sharply hoppy right off the bat, both bitter and citrusy. As the hops let go, bitter chocolate (no sugar) takes over. Tastes like a bittersweet chocolate orange. Full bodied, but nowhere near cloying or slick. Finish is long and balanced, but pleasantly bitter.

Notes: Hot damn! The chocolate orange thing is uncanny. Highly recommend FFO huge IPAs and Impy Stouts.

Update: 2nd bottle thanks to pzymali! Bottled 02/07/11. Cracked it 3/3/11. Pours a thick syrupy black with some pale tan head. And here's that sticky-bud weed hop aroma! Uncanny how hoppy this thing smells with some faint chocolate/roast coffee notes creeping out. The palate notes match last years, but the orange is down played and more hidden this year. Really. F*c*ing. Good.

SFLpunk, Mar 13, 2010
Photo of Vonerichs
4.35/5  rDev +6.9%

This one is as black as black can be, with an amazing coffee colored head that's thick and fluffy.

I got lost inhaling it, and I do mean inhaling. There are a lot of different scents going around and each time I stuck my face in the glass it was something new. My first thought was soy, then dark leaf tobacco. Going back for more I noticed some licorice, chocolate, and a ton of hops.

The taste is almost as impressive. The hops are much more noticable on the palate. Dark, dark berries and a little pine. Malts are bordeline burnt with a little bitter chocolate to sweeten it up.

Mouthfeel is rich and creamy, with little carbonation.

This is heavy and rich, deducting from the drinkability a little, but on the other hand the 11.7% alcohol is not hot at all so it makes up the points there.

This is an impressive stout, no question.

Vonerichs, Mar 13, 2010
Photo of jcnd9803
4.6/5  rDev +13%

A: Everything about this beers appearance is black. It actually is one of the more intimidating beers I've seen.

S: Hops, chocolate and espresso. There's a ton going on with the smell. It's amazing. I find it extra amazing that this is 11.70% alcohol and I can't smell any alcohol whatsoever!

T: This thing is well balanced. I was fearful when it said "hopped up stout". But it works. It starts tart, ends smooth without leaving a dry feeling. Wow!

M: Smooth, creamy and little carbonation. Medium bodied.

D: This is going down way to easily for the high alcohol. I've been dying to try this beer ever since they began offering on tap, but never had the chance. When they finally bottled, I bought thinking there's no way this can live up to the hype I've read. It blows way passed they hype! This is an outstanding beer!

jcnd9803, Mar 12, 2010
Photo of PeprSprYoFace
4.2/5  rDev +3.2%

Wow. Like nothing I've had before. Thanks krtman.

Pours deep black and a nice tan head that dissapated to a ring. A little bit of lacing. So far all is normal.

Aroma: WTF? This isn't an RIS. This is a PtE. Wait. Theirs roast and caramel too. What is going on. This smells wonderfully complex. A little bit of a good cigar smell in there too.

Taste is wild. You tase so much flavor hops. Not really bitter per say but flavor hops are there in abundance. Lots of caramel and a different kind of roast. All these flavors are throwing me off. I can't identify some of the stuff because I've never experienced this kind of brew before.

Mouthfeel is thick like an RIS and low carb.

Overall a great experience. Would be interested to see how this does over time. Might have to get a couple more bottles to try it but drink one fresh for sure because I can imagine alot of this hop flavor and aroma will go away fast so if you got only one bottle, don't sit on it. Drink it now and then get another to save if you want to do an experiment because of the hops, I believe this one was meant to be drank soon

PeprSprYoFace, Mar 12, 2010
Photo of MarkFy
4.38/5  rDev +7.6%

Poured from a 22 oz. bomber.

Look: Pitch black, no head, very thick and syrupy, just like GI BCS (makes sense, same base).

Smell: cigar smoke, licorice, light pine and light coffee

Taste: follows the nose, with prominent, sweet licorice, coffee, and a nice light, but not overwhelming smoke finish.

Mouthfeel: rich, sweet and creamy

Overall a great addition to the GI line. BCS is one of my all time favorites and this is an extremely likable cousin, especially when a bomber is half the price of a BCS bomber. Can't wait to have it again on tap at GI Stout Fest.

MarkFy, Mar 12, 2010
Photo of bluemoonswoon
4.33/5  rDev +6.4%

22oz bottle poured into a New Belgium tulip.

A: Pours out thick and slow. Pouring from a height yields only a half inch of glowing reddish brown head. No lacing but none really expected, long legs though.

S: My first highly hopped imperial stout and it does not disappoint, strawberry, pine, licorice, honey it's really a huge blend of sweet fruit and sweet malts mixed with doses of hydroponic weed (gummi bear aroma) and a dusting of ground coffee and coco powder. Interesting to be sure but does not blow the doors off.

T/MF: Coffee, licorice, honey and pine, rich earth. Sort of like baklava covered in pine resin. There are some spicier aspects to this beer as well, a nasally kind of spiciness like ginger with a bit of cinnamon mixed together with all the other flavors. Nutty in the finish and lasts for quite some time after the beer leaves the tongue. Very dry, almost abrasive

D: Certainly feels like an above 11% abv but does not really drink that way. This is certainly an interesting beast. Certainly hoppier than the Darkness I had a year ago but does not really compare.

bluemoonswoon, Mar 11, 2010
Photo of RustyDiamond
4.3/5  rDev +5.7%

Bottled 02.19.10 on label. Poured into a Brooklyn snifter. Very dark brown/black with 1/4" tan head that quickly dissipates.

Aroma of maple syrup, bright hops, licorice, plum & strawberry. Very fragrant hoppy.

Strawberry/blueberry green hop blast up front. Roasted chocolately malt, then more of the green hop assault. Alcohol warmth thrown in there also, finishing dry and hoppy bitter. Hit of bitter espresso in the mix.

Mouthfeel- hoppy, syrupy & slick

Pretty darn drinkable for 11.7%...this one should age fairly well although the hops will die down which I may or may not like.

RustyDiamond, Mar 10, 2010
Photo of AgentZero
4.38/5  rDev +7.6%

A - Nice and black, slightly brown edges, small head, nice lacing with the dissipation. Not the best looking stout ever, but definately solid.

S - The noticable thing in this sout is the earthy hops tones that come from it. Chocolatey smell, almost carob-like. Roasted malt backbone.

T - This is truly a unique taste, earthy hops smell does not dissapoint, as it comes through and blends with the roasted mild coffee malts very nicely. The chocolate hints ride through this beer, with a hint of licorice. I have not had anything quite like this before, this is the true beauty of this brew, it's a different take on a good style, but it still manages to be fantastic.

M - Full bodied, thick, carbonation is slightly less than medium, works for the style.

D - I could obliterate bottle after bottle of this, gets easier to drink the more I go. Unbelieveabley dangerous for an 11.70%. I'm always curious to review highly ranked beers that are rare, thinking that the high rating is due largely to the rarity, but this definately did not dissapoint.

AgentZero, Mar 07, 2010
Photo of jwinship83
4.43/5  rDev +8.8%

22oz bottle drank out of a snifter as the bottle asks. bottled on 2/19/2010 with a 5 year shelf life.

A- this one pours out a black colored body. no light passes through the beer when held up to a light. a rather large coffee colored head forms on top and lasts a long while. it leaves behind a solid wall of tiny bubbles on the sides of the glass. cant ask for anything more.

S- even before the roasted malts i can smell the end result of the copious amount of dryhopping this beer went through. a sharp blast of piny and grapefruit like hops. after that is the dark roasted malts. sweet and bitter chocolate, and a definite tobacco like odor. very nice.

T- dark roasted malts come to the forefront of this one. after that, unfortunately, comes a massive blast of alcohol. 11.7% and it makes itself known. there is lots of dark chocolate in the middle as well as some smoke (not as much as i could smell). the finish is all about the hops. lots of pine and grapefruit. probably the hoppiest stout ive had.

M- full bodied and syrupy. thick and chewy. one of the most viscous stouts ive had. rather strong warming from the alcohol.

D- this is one intense beer. one bottle by itself is enough for me. in fact, its probably best to find someone to split this with. it took a long time to finish. if possible to believe, i find myself appreciating this one more in the bottle than on tap. wow.

jwinship83, Mar 07, 2010
Photo of ghostee
4.25/5  rDev +4.4%

Poured from a 22oz bottle into a pint glass. 2010 vintage, bottled a couple weeks ago.

Pours black with a very small tan head and lacing.

Tastes of sugar, chocolate, a hint of bourbon, fruits, and HOPS! The alcohol taste is noticeable.

Mouthfeel is heavy, syrupy, and smooth.

Drinkability is medium. More drinkable than the BCS as the bourbon taste in that one can get a bit overwhelming after a good amount of it.

Overall a great beer that will hopefully be even better after some aging. The hop taste in this sets it apart from BCS. I do still love BCS, but I could drink this more often than that. Definitely happy I purchased this one.

ghostee, Mar 07, 2010
Photo of ChadQuest
4.18/5  rDev +2.7%

Excited to get some of this. Have lived a few hours from Goose Island but never been there while this was on tap. Now that the bottles are out I finally get my chance.

Black as Night. Decent head fading to a attractive collar but leaving some lacing as it dwindles.

BCS has Kentucky influence for its Bourbon...and this also has Kentucky, but for its Tobacco. A nice black Maduro Cigar hits the nose and palette. A touch of sweetness and carmelized brown sugar, molasses, chocolate, and the roasted malt. I was surprised i also noticed faint bourbon notes in this one, though they are faint.
This is quite unique,complex, and excellent.

Mouthfeel is thick and creamy, the hops dance on the front of the tongue while the body rolls and holds the palette hostage.

Compared to BCS i feel this is more drinkable in a long sitting, as while i love BCS i sometimes feel the heavy Bourbon gets cloying after a while. This is very welcoming for a Imp Stout.

Next one i pop open, i think i'll also light up a nice thick CAO Brazilia and see how they pair, these seem like a beautiful match. From this inital impression i think this could be the ultimate cigar beer.

ChadQuest, Mar 06, 2010
Night Stalker from Goose Island Beer Co.
91 out of 100 based on 1,651 ratings.