National Bohemian Beer Returns to Oriole Park at Camden Yards

| March 27, 2024 | 0 Comments

After an almost 10-year absence, National Bohemian Beer (Natty Boh) will return to Oriole Park at Camden Yards. It will be available at different beer concession areas throughout the stadium. 

Natty Boh was first brewed in Baltimore in 1885 in the neighborhood now known as Brewers Hill. After leaving Baltimore, it was brewed at different facilities around the country and is now brewed in Latrobe, PA.

Natty Boh is a medium-bodied lager with a 4.6 percent alcohol by volume. During the baseball months, Natty Boh transitions to its orange, baseball-themed can.

“It’s always exciting to partner with beloved Baltimore brands, and this partnership with Natty Boh exemplifies that,” said T.J. Brightman, Orioles senior vice president, chief revenue officer, in a press release. “We look forward to offering fans the iconic taste of Charm City to sip on while cheering on the O’s.” 

“Boh is back in the yard! Drinking a Natty Boh while watching the Orioles play has been a time honored tradition, passed down through generations of fans,” said Nitasha Chopra, brand manager for National Bohemian, in a press release. “We’re excited to put Natty Boh cans back in the hands of Orioles’ fans. It doesn’t get more Baltimore than that.”

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