Lord Chesterfield

Recently, friends and acquaintances have asked for my opinion when it comes to beer.  With that in mind, I have decided to craft a monthly post dedicated to brews that hit the spot.  This month’s brew: Lord Chesterfield Ale.

March seems like a great month for Lord Chesterfield Ale.  This American Pale Ale is balanced enough to pair with crisp windy weather and is a great way to quench a heavy thirst during warm spring days.

Back Story

Lord Chesterfield Ale is a pale ale beer produced by Yuengling.  This ale is one of Yuengling’s oldest beers and production was started back in 1829.  Lord Chesterfield has gained so much popularity that it has its own social club: The Chesterfield Society.

Taste

The bite this beer carries is fit for royalty.  It has a true “Pale Ale” bite that grabs your taste buds with the first sip you take.  Lord Chesterfield’s taste is versatile, which makes it a classy choice when dining at an upscale steak house or a great selection to have with buffalo wings.  In fact, the only limitation I have come across with Lord Chesterfield has been with Italian dinners.

Locally, Lord Chesterfield Ale is distributed by Eagle Distributing Company (@EagleDist) and can usually be found in places that carry other Yuengling beers.

Lord Chesterfield himself can be found on Twitter (@LrdChesterfield) and his knowledgeable advice can be found on youtube.

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