Lord Chesterfield Ale has been brewed by Yuengling (Pottsville, PA) since they opened in 1829. That makes Lord Chesterfield one of America’s oldest beers brewed by America’s oldest brewery. For the first time, it is being offering this American pale ale in Georgia.
Lord Chesterfield is brewed with a unique two-state European brewing style that enhances bitterness. The process utilizes kettle hopping (during the boil) and dry hopping (after fermentation.)
Per Yuengling –
“Lord Chesterfield brewed with select hops, its distinct robust flavor is derived from a delicate combination of sweet maltiness and lingering herbal bitterness. Lord Chesterfield Ale’s bright gold color is complemented by a lightly laced foam head and fragrant zesty aroma.”
Taste Expectations – Strong malt backbone with noticeable hops in the finish. It’s got a light bitter, dry, crisp finish. Little earthy, little bready.
Availability – Year round – Green bottles, cans, draft.