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World Wide Stout - Dogfish Head Brewery

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BA SCORE
94
outstanding

3,975 Ratings
THE BROS
100
world-class

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Ratings: 3,975
Reviews: 1,631
rAvg: 4.2
pDev: 14.52%
Wants: 532
Gots: 1,361 | FT: 120
Brewed by:
Dogfish Head Brewery visit their website
Delaware, United States

Style | ABV
American Double / Imperial Stout |  18.00% ABV

Availability: Rotating

Notes/Commercial Description:
Brewed with a ridiculous amount of barley, World Wide Stout is dark, rich, roasty and complex. This Ageable Ale clocks in at 15-20% ABV and has a depth more in line with a fine port than with a can of cheap, mass-marketed beer.

70 IBU

(Beer added by: Todd on 01-02-2002)
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Photo of BeerBelcher
3.58/5  rDev -14.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 3.5

A very fine imperial stout. Extremely smooth, with flavor that was more mild-mannered than I would have expected from Dogfish Head. Inferior and far more expensive than Alesmith Speedway Stout and Central Waters Brewers Reserve Bourbon Barrel Stout, but a very fine beer nonetheless.

It poured a rather viscous black with no head into my glass. Aroma was powerful and a bit off-putting - bourbon was present along with some soy sauce aroma, smokey-ness, and a lot of out-of-place (in my opinion) sourness. Flavor was much more mild than I expected, both from a Dogfish Head product and from an Imperial Stout, but was decent and extremely smooth. There was no biting astringency that I frequently get from Imperial Stouts, and this beer hides its potent ABV quite well (caveat emptor on that one my friends). Definitely recommended, but I would challenge that this beer is really best in class.

BeerBelcher, Oct 20, 2007
Photo of mikesgroove
4.28/5  rDev +1.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

2005 Edition, cellar stored since Fall of 2006.



Ok, so I really had not ever tried this one before and I had a this bottle sitting in the closet for a while and really wanted to give this a shot. I put it in the fridge about a week ago, and last night just grabbed it for no other reason then I felt I wanted it. Poured a very deep dark black with a minimal say one inch of thick brown head that faded rather quickly leaving behind just a touch of film across the top and a nice amount of side glass lace. Absolutely opaque, no light was coming though on this one. Smell was very full and rich, and very sweet. A ton of chocolate could be picked up at first, but this mellowed and mixed with some oak and caramel aromas. Deep sense of roasted malts comes over you, no taste of the ABV. A full on malt explosion takes hold on the first sip. Deep roasted flavors, mixed in with chocolate and a robust full earthy feel. This was really complex and very smooth. Had the thick consistency of a shake like dessert, but without the carbonation. Lots of wood and oak like flavors came though out. I was shocked by how mellow this was. It really offered me no idea of how strong it was and I was able to sip through the bottle with ease. I don’t know if it was the aging or if it really is just that good, but this was excellent. Very rich and smooth and really took me by surprise. I was expecting something a bit harsher, but this was very drinkable and really very nice. I think I have another bottle floating around and if I do I will save it for a very cold night. This was a perfect nighttime sipper, probably one of the best I have had for hat role in a very long time. Definitely have to recommend this one and seek one out again.

mikesgroove, Oct 20, 2007
Photo of KAF
4.33/5  rDev +3.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

I drove 20 minutes over into Hudson, Wisconsin to get this beer and it was well worth it. They carried it at both Chicones and Casanova. Smooth and syrupy with a hint of molasses and dark fruit. You will also notice the alcohol but it blends well. This beer packs a real punch so be careful.

KAF, Oct 18, 2007
Photo of dawg
4.38/5  rDev +4.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Poured from the glass into a small tasting glass. Third go at this one.

The first glass poured from the bottle had little head. The second glass had 0.250 of tan foam fading quick into a tan ring.

Smells like toasted and roasted malts and like dark brown, cane, or maybe turbinado. Alcohol presence on the nose.

Very nice and bitter sweet. Chocolate notes, coffee feel, roasted malts and black patent bitterness and tannins. Gets chewy as it warms releasing sweeter tones. Black licorice, anise, candy.

Alcohol and CO2 burns the tongue. Chewy body followed by warmth through the finish.

Goes down very good for such high ABV.

dawg, Oct 16, 2007
Photo of srandycarter
4.5/5  rDev +7.1%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

I think my tastes are being steered to this style of beer more and more!

A - Dark as night, chocolate milk head that dissipates fairly quickly. Permanent, clumpy legs throughout.

S - MMM. Dark fruits that remind me of Belgium, mixed with espresso, chocolate and alcohol.

T - It's a party, for sure. Alcohol hits you pretty quick, some carbonation then a finish of dark fruits and hard dark chocolate.

M - Only thing about the mouthfeel is that the coating dark fruits aren't really balanced in the end. Not a bad thing, IMHO, but does make things a little cloying.

D - As mentioned above, heavy beer, lots of alcohol and a sweet, unbalanced finish. Tasty, but one is about all I yearn for at a time.

srandycarter, Oct 15, 2007
Photo of NCBeernut
2.9/5  rDev -31%
look: 2 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 1.5

Bottle cellared for about a year at 60 degrees.

Pours black with just a touch of deep red around the edges. Almost no head, and the little bit that's there quickly disappears leaving a brownish ring. Also, basically no lacing in a clean glass. Looks pretty much like oil in a glass. The smell is almost completely dominated by dark fruits. Even my girlfriend sitting next to me told me it smelled like I was drinking wine. There are also some hints of coffee (odd combination). Taste: Wine-like dark fruit taste up front; alcohol definitely there, but expected at 18%. This eventually fades a bit allowing some coffee and roasted malt notes to come through a bit, maybe some black licorice as well. Also some chocolate comes out as it warms. VERY sweet. Definitely let this one warm a bit. Very smooth and rich mouthfeel, not too carbonated, but not very drinkable either. Unique, but if I wanted this much of a wine taste (and smell) I would rather just drink wine....ok I would take beer over wine any day but not both at the same time. Loses points on taste for this wine-like bit that I don't care for quite as much as I suppose some do.

NCBeernut, Oct 14, 2007
Photo of mnj21655
3.8/5  rDev -9.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

12 oz. bottle. Bottled 10/10/06

Pours black with reddish hues and a half inch of brown head that quickly dissipates to a partial coating. Aroma is dominated by alcohol but also present are roasted malts, dark fruits, and some hints of coffee. The dark fruits are slightly more dominant than the roasted malts and at first this reminded me more of port than beer. As it warmed I was able to detect more roasted malts which balanced the aroma nicely. Taste is reminiscent of the aroma, however the alcohol is more of an afterthought while the dark fruits move to the forefront. Raisins and molasses are the 2 main flavors that I can detect here. Brown sugar and malts round out the flavor. Overall this brew is quite sweet and not particularly bitter. The dark fruits lend their flavor first then transition into an overall sweetness that lasts into the finish. The brew is full-bodied but not thick or overwhelming despite a high level of residual sweetness, carbonation is low despite a fizzy head. Overall this brew is certainly unique, enjoyable and definitely an experience. In terms of drinkability I simply can't rate this very high. I'm just not compelled to have another. The alcohol content is hidden amazingly well and results in a pleasant warming effect. So, would I recommend this? Sure, but at $9+ for a single bottle I won't be having this too often.

mnj21655, Oct 11, 2007
Photo of Metalmonk
4.68/5  rDev +11.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

Pours an utterly opaque Black with a capital B. Head is tiny, tight little bubbles forming a creamy quarter-inch skim on top, with lace forming a webby wall around the snifter.

Humungous sweet cream and cocoa powder aromas, port-like alcohol, dark cherries drunk on sherry and brandy...

Yowza...glad I like sweet beers, cuz this one is a tooth-rotter. Somehow it's not overboard, its sweetness given depth by dark chocolate, dark berry, fresh-cut wood, big vanilla and alcohol heat. Very creamy and milky in the mouth, like cream from the center of paradise. But also airy and weightless in the absolute best possible way. If there's such a thing as complex mouthfeel, I think this is it. I'd give a "5.5" if it were possible. So, the mouthfeel is absolutely spot-on excellent, while the flavor, though divine, carries some heat with it. But, being an 18% beer, they've done a great job in not making this feel like a blowtorch. Drinkability? Maybe just "good", because this is textbook-definition "special occasion" beer.

Took me forever to try this particular DFH offering, and though it was pricey, it's $8.99 well-spent. I toast this awesome brew to Portland, OR and msubulldog25, see you in 24 hours!!!

Metalmonk, Sep 27, 2007
Photo of MyGoodness
2.5/5  rDev -40.5%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 2 | feel: 3 | overall: 2

My friend and I were very excited for this, as our appreciation for DFH is ever expanding and we have liked everything we've tried from them in the past. However, we tried World Wide Stout and were startled at how sweet it was. We couldn't finish our drinks. The smell is misleading- it is pleasently sweet (and you can definently smell the alcohol) but it does not prepare you for the taste. It is impressively dark and the mouthfeel is not bad, although it does coat the tongue just a bit too much, rather like syrup. Still, we could not get past the candy-like taste. Neither one of us is big into sweet drinks of any kind in general, but this was rather unpleasent.

Still, I forgive DFH as this has been the one misstep I've tasted from them.

MyGoodness, Sep 23, 2007
Photo of dogger6253
4.08/5  rDev -2.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Pretty dark beer, I'd say it's black, totally opaque. The head is kind of mocha, sort of short and falling to a film. Bubbles form at the bottom of the glass, trapped there. Very rich color. The smells going on are mostly sweet, kind of like toffee with a hint of coffee. An alcohol smell drowns out anything else, dominating the nose. Taste is much the same as the smell, but with notes of hops and a more roasted taste, also some caramel.

This is really heavy and thick, very syrupy with a dry finish. I'd say it's too heavy for most people, not really allowing a casual or newcomer to stouts try it, but this was an amazing beer.

dogger6253, Sep 22, 2007
Photo of flexabull
4.3/5  rDev +2.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

I was able to get a few bottles of these in trades, this one is a 2005 vintage courtesy of leftmindedrighty. Thanks again!

Pours a dark flat black color with a nice off white head on top.

Aromas are sweet, almost hard candy like. There is some dark cocoa, and coffee notes as well.

Beer tastes of bitter chocolate, coffee, dark roasted malts, and with a sweet underlying creaminess. There is a hint of booziness, bitter hops and biting alcohol on the finish, but it is still surprisingly smooth for a 18% ABV beer.

Mouthfeel is nice and full. This has a thick and warming feel to it that is quite nice.

Drinkability is good, a bit of a shock for such a sturdy and flavorful beer. The alcohol is not nearly as overwhelming as I thought it might be. This is a warm, toasty, and smooth dark brew. A nice way to end the weekend.

flexabull, Sep 10, 2007
Photo of shivtim
3.43/5  rDev -18.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 2.5

Time to review this one. Pours out deep brown, with a small tan head. Looks true to style. Nose is syrupy sweet burnt malts, alcohol, and toasted dark chocolate. Taste is burnt roasted malts, some sweet belgian qualities, more abstract sweetness, and alcohol on the end. Mouthfeel is decent but thinner than expected. Drinkability is hurt by the ABV and cloying flavors. Overall a decent stout, but perhaps over-hyped.

shivtim, Sep 04, 2007
Photo of AlephNull
4.53/5  rDev +7.9%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Been eyeing this one for a while, but I haven't had a good excuse to pick it up at $9 per bottle. When I heard Michael Jackson died, I thought I'd raise a glass for him.

A- Pours a deep, dark opaque almost-black brown with a slight red tinge. A thin head rose on pouring with a mahogany brown color. Swirled around the glass, a sticky, heavy white lacing's left on the glass. Head disappears quite quickly.

S- Smells FANTASTIC. The grains smell fresh and lively, not like the burned and toasted flavors I was expecting. Robust chocolate, cherries, and dark berries intermingle with an alcohol scent that you've got to expect at 18.0% ABV.

T- As with the scent, there's a fair amount of alcohol, but I don't fault it because it mingles with a sweet bourbon flavor to taste great. Once again fresh berries come forward and leave a nice sweet note.

M- For a higher ABV beer, you know it won't be lively. Has a bit of a syrupy character, but not cloying. Very clean finish.

D- At first sip, I rated drinkability pretty weak due to the beer's strength, but it's warming, and I'm warming to it. I'm enjoying it quite a bit. The clean finish is missing from similar beers, and that's what makes the next sip so welcome in this beer.

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Rest in peace, Mr. Jackson -- Your dedication to the power of beer made beers like this one possible. You made the world a better place. Cheers.

AlephNull, Sep 01, 2007
Photo of Drew966
3.7/5  rDev -11.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

World Wide Stout pours a very dark brown with a light brown head from a brown twelve ounce bottle with a green cap. The aroma is sweet malt and a touch of alcohol. The taste is dominated by sweet malt, in fact, except for a hint of stout type flavors such as coffee, cocoa, and roasted barley, this could almost be the same beer as the 120 minute IPA, except there isn't much noticeable hop flavor here. In other words, it's big and sweet with noticeable alcohol, but with a hint of the flavors a stout typically has. Very interesting, not something I would drink often, and getting through an entire bottle would be tough (I split this one with a friend). Worth a try.

Drew966, Aug 28, 2007
Photo of BlindPig
4.47/5  rDev +6.4%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Vintage 2004
A- Pours with a little less than a inch tan head on a pitch black body.
S- Dark fruits, strong alcohol, caramel malts, light burnt malt, chocolate, and one other thing I just can't pick out what it is.
T- Chocolate, light roasted malts, black currants, alcohol, some other kind of dark fruit all blended together really nicley and really complex. It has smoothed out and really come out nicley. Alcohol is still strong in back of throat. Light bitterness on tongue from either citrus or grass hops.
M- Full body with low carbonation.
D- It has aged very nicley and I would get this again. Still really hot and would like to see how it would hold up for a few more years. Very tasty but of course very strong.

BlindPig, Aug 20, 2007
Photo of flowerysong
4.65/5  rDev +10.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Appearance: Soda pop. Very thin, highly bubbly head falls away quickly. Pitch black and opaque.

Smell: Chocolate and caramel with some woody vanilla overtones. Alcohol is present on the nose, but subdued.

Taste: Huge roasted malt flavour, presenting mainly as bitter chocolate and charred coffee; some dried fruit and bourbon character. Sweet and bitter in perfect proportions. Sweetness falls away in the finish leaving vanilla, some piney hops, and maybe a bit of oak(?). Alcohol is noticeable, but not intrusive.

Mouthfeel: Thick and creamy, medium carbonation. Finish is slightly oily from the alcohol.

Drinkability: Huge beer, nicely done. Rich and complex, this is best sipped slowly; remember, there's a lot of alcohol in there.

flowerysong, Aug 17, 2007
Photo of guitarmage
4.47/5  rDev +6.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Appearance: This beer is black with no light passing through. A sudsy tan colored foam dissipates into a nice sticky lacing.

Smell: Very aromatic stout, lots of raison like sweetness, molasses and brown sugar, a little coffee and chocolate in the nose.

Taste: The beer attacks with raw sweetness, raison-like or molasses, huge brown sugar, again, very sweet, alcohol warmth, residual syrupy feel on the palette.

Mouthfeel: Full bodied and liquidy, a little sticky, hangs around. Almost like a brandy without the burn.

Drinkability: One of the sweetest and most alcoholic stouts out there, very delicious sipping brew, surprisingly easy to drink, surprisingly easy to get drunk.

guitarmage, Aug 14, 2007
Photo of Gatch
5/5  rDev +19%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Bottle dated October '06. Wow, this is serious. It's so heavy and strong that it doesn't even pour pitch black. It pours like a port wine, with a deep red hue, but has a thick, deep brown head like any good stout. The head was actually darker at the bottom and became lighter towards the top.

The smell is crazy, with a lot of alcohol, roasted malt, spice, and dark, sugary fruits as well as hints of espresso. Dark fruits and roasted malt really dominate and you can't help but vocalize that a few times before even taking a sip. These characteristics are present for the entire length of time the beer is in the glass, they don't fade when the head fades.

It really isn't as strong as you think, which is great. I was almost intimidated by this brew, but it has surprised me by being extremely well balanced. I'm sure a lot of the strength has been subdued from being almost a year old, but the flavors are so smooth yet so robust. It's almost like I'm chewing on fresh, roasted malt.

The mouthfeel and drinkability are off the charts. This is unlike any beer I've ever had and perfects every aspect of a beer. The carbonation is almost nonexistant which gives it an incredible, velvety smoothness. It's so complex and flavorful but not overwhelming and after a 12oz. bottle, it isn't filling and hasn't destroyed your taste buds. The one-time experience is worth the price of the bottle, which in my case was $8.99, so don't hesistate to pick it up. You'll find yourself trying to write a detailed review because you don't want to short-change such a great beer. And after you write your review, you still want to keep it to one word and you can't find any other word besides "wow." I have to give this beer a perfect 5.

Gatch, Aug 14, 2007
Photo of bluejacket74
4.4/5  rDev +4.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Served in my Dogfish Head snifter, the World Wide Stout pours dark brown/black with a half inch brown head which goes away very quickly. It smells like roasted malt, chocolate, raisins, molasses and alcohol. The taste is pretty similar to the aroma. It's sweet, definitely a malt bomb but with a burnt wood taste too. Lingering aftertaste is bittersweet. Mouthfeel is medium/full, creamy, slick and coating. It leaves a nice warm feeling in my stomach! Drinkability is surprisingly good for an 18% beer. It's a sipper, but it's very smooth and easy to drink. I found myself drinking this a bit faster than I should have. Luckily I have another bottle I plan on aging another year or so. Overall I think this is a pretty good beer, definitely recommended.

bluejacket74, Aug 04, 2007
Photo of aforbes10
3.73/5  rDev -11.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

My second review of this, and i'm doing it again because i feel like the first time i was romanticising the beer somewhat. This time ill try to be totally honest. Pours thick, and excessively dark. Looks amazing. Smells of maple syrup, cocoa powder, chocolate malt and alcohol. Taste is extremely bitter for even a big olf imperial. It's almost caustic in its attack. Boozy and burning. Nutty and chocolately with hints of soy sauce. Syrupy and heavy bodied. Definitely and ass-kicker of a beer, and an experience but maybe too extreme to call it a good drinker (although you definitely enjoy it more as you drink more of it).

aforbes10, Aug 03, 2007
Photo of maltysfalcon
4.78/5  rDev +13.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 5

I tasted this in comparison with Great Divide's Yeti "Oak Aged" and there was no comparison. The World Wide Stout provided incredible balance and flavor. When I first poured the beer, there was a creamy head which took up about the top 1/5 of the glass- just perfect. As black as night. Aromas of sweet malt, chocolate and mocha. The flavor was not dry, but in balance with the high alcohol. It almost remided me of a Belgian in that respect. This is a beer to savor, and the last sip leaves you longing for more. Outstanding!

maltysfalcon, Jul 30, 2007
Photo of rodrot
4.35/5  rDev +3.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

I really shouldn't be drinking this stout in the middle of the Summer, but I'd been looking forward to trying it for so long that I couldn't wait for the more appropriate cooler weather of Fall. The beer pours as black as black can be with a good half inch head that recedes slowly. Very strong aromas of roasted malts, dark chocolate and hops waft in my nose. The taste is a mix of espresso coffee, burnt currants, bitter chocolate and alcoholic warmth. Mouthfeel is very rich and full bodied. This is almost like sipping on a fine Madeira. The drinkability is excellent in that the strong alcohol blends in perfectly with the other flavors of the beer. I could probably down two of these in one sitting if I nursed them slowly, but I'd probably regret it in the morning. Excellent beer and highly recommended if you can find some.

rodrot, Jul 22, 2007
Photo of Budlum
4.3/5  rDev +2.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Pouring this beer produces a dense, yet short head. The head drops to a spotted, thin layer on top of the beer after about two minutes. The body of this beer is about the darkest and most opaque that I've ever seen. With better head retention, this would be the perfect looking stout.

A strong, charred smell tingles the nose before this beer really opens up. Dense layers of coffee beans, dark chocolates and light cinnamon display excellent complexity. There is quite a potent shot of alcohol that burns the nostrils. The aromas finish with a faint sweetness and strong spices. Excellent.

A sugary-sweet candy flavor leads this beer off before a balanced charred and toasted flavor touches the tongue. Light spices and firm hops liven the feel and provide some entertainment for the tongue. Many smoky flavors blend in with additional sweetness likening to molasses. Surprisingly, the alcohol content is masked very well and is barely noticeable. The finish provides more of the strong, charrred flavors with lingering sweetness. This is a delightfully complex stout.

The mouthfeel of this beer suffers from a sticky feeling even though the texture is good. Carbonation is basically nill.

Drinkability is good for such a powerful stout. Those interested should plan on an hour for a twelve ounce serving.

Budlum, Jul 11, 2007
Photo of tempest
3.53/5  rDev -16%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Got a bottle roughly 6 months from bottling. It starts with a slight vodka taste, followed by big roasted flavors. There's less fruit development than other big beers. The taste is bitter enough, but the sweetness is still unavoidable and a bit too much. Still this is a beer worth trying, escpecially, I imagine, after several years of aging.

tempest, Jul 07, 2007
Photo of Bighuge
4.97/5  rDev +18.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

2006.

Appearance: Pitch black. Thin but creamy brown head. The retention is quite good as are the lacing patterns.

Aroma: Chock full of dark fruits, rich chocolate tones, roasted malts and the slightest hint of alcohol.

Flavor: Decadent layers of rich chocolate and coffee. Black cherry and figs come to mind. Anise oil and charred malts create some depth. An interesting little tangy attribute is present as well. Beautiful flavor.

Mouthfeel: Luxuriously creamy and velvety. Maybe medium bodied or so. Carbonation is delicate as it should be. And the presence of alcohol that I've noticed in some vintages is damn near absent in this one.

Drinkability: The alcohol is remarkably hidden and the flavor still comes with full force. This remains one of my all time favorite sippers. I don't drink this often nor do I drink Barley John's Dark Knight often. However, I did have a Dark Knight recently and this particular beer kicks the shit out of that particular beer. That was very toxic. This is not. This is much more enjoyable. To me this is better than fine port.

Bighuge, Jun 29, 2007
World Wide Stout from Dogfish Head Brewery
94 out of 100 based on 3,975 ratings.