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Dogfish World Wide Stout

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Alright, as you know I am usually a session beer guy.   That’s why my ratings favor good session brews. But I never turn down a beer suggestion from a professional, and so when the barkeep sent me a Dogfish Head World Wide Stout, I happily obliged.

Far from a session beer, this beer is the extreme opposite of poundable.  But in such a delicious way.  Dark, black, vanilla, burbon, a little bit of chocolate and sweetness – I can just imagine sitting outside by the campfire fire on a cool summer night sipping on this.  Probably would pare well with this jerks bacon smores

Of course if the high alcohol level doesn’t make you sip it slowly, the price will.  At $9 a bottle (at the store, it was $12 at the pub) this beer is probably reserved for the elitists out there.  Luckily I’m one of them.   More for me.

Sexy as hell and yet another fun beer from the people at Dogfish.  This is the perfect “I’m only having one tonight” beer.  Make it count. Make it a World Wide Stout.

4 thoughts on “Dogfish World Wide Stout”

  1. Sam was slinging these last week when he was in Portland for the Novare/Dogfish party. Wow, great stuff.

  2. This 20% ABV beer can be dangerous at the end of the night. Just ask Tim, he broke out in a spontaneous Vogue on the car ride home.

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