Buy me some peanuts and crack open a Natty Boh commemorative can. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Oriole Park at Camden Yards, National Bohemian beer will be packaged in a special line of 16-ounce cans.
The limited edition design in the Oriole’s signature orange and black colors features the bountifully stashed Mr. Boh sending a line drive with the beer’s logo flying towards the consumer. The Baltimore City skyline rests off in the distance like business and to-do lists set aside for a day at the park.
The special cans continue a revival of National Bohemian beer being sold at Camden Yards that began spring 2011, the first time the beer was offered at the ballpark since 1992.
While the nostalgia invoked by the can’s design succeeds in making me want to sit in the park and take in the sights and sounds of this classic pastime, the commemorative cans aren’t limited to the stadium, but will also be sold at bars and liquor stores that carry the brand.
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