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Natty Boh launches light beer, adopts new ‘Live Pleasantly’ mantra

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Seeking a new brew for “life’s bright and breezy everyday moments,” National Bohemian today launched Day Beer, a lower-calorie, lower-alcohol content take on its beloved lager.

Per a release, “Day Beer offers today’s health-conscious drinkers a casual way to stay connected to their busy schedule while not sacrificing their social lives.”

Pabst goes back to the nostalgia well to push more Natty Boh

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The Los Angeles-based Pabst Brewing Company announced yesterday that it is going to milk the National Bohemian cow until it is dry, i.e. it is releasing the first new Natty Boh beer in 30 years.

Natty Boh Cans Have Red Crab Tabs, and They Can Help The Bay

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When ordering a Natty Boh, Baltimoreans are used to keeping the caps. This summer, the tabs from cans are the centerpiece for a challenge.

A Focus on Local Beer Kicks Natty Boh Out of Camden Yards

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Having come of age in the Alanis Morrissette era, I am never whether I’m using the word “ironic” correctly. All I’ll say is this: there’s something very “ten-thousand-spoonsy” about this Camden Yards-Natty Boh saga.

Camden Yards May Have Fewer Natty Bohs This Season

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Photo via HuffPo

Pitchers and catchers reported to Sarasota this week, meaning it’s time to start gearing up for baseball season. In Baltimore, the Orioles thoughts that involved Natty Bohs were quickly clouded.

Natty Boh Sells to Russian Company

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Mr. Boh looks East.
Mr. Boh looks East.


As Baltimore’s craft beer scene continues to grow, it seems the city’s old one-eyed brewing standby is only getting further away. First, National Bohemian was sold to Pabst. As a result of another blockbuster beer biz deal inked last week, Natty Boh will be controlled by ze Russians.

According to the Baltimore Business Journal, Pabst will be sold to Russia-based Oasis Beverages, sending Natty Boh’s headquarters a long flight away from its Southeast Baltimore home.

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Boston Dares Disrespect Baltimore with Planned Poe Statue

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Baltimore's Edgar Allan Poe statue

So apparently, Boston has commissioned a statue of Edgar Allan Poe to be placed in, get this, Edgar Allan Poe Square. The statue will depict the author walking in the direction of his birthplace. Can you believe the nerve of these people?

Sure, Poe was born there and, yeah, his first book of poems was signed only “a Bostonian.” But Baltimore is where he was found wearing another man’s clothes stumbling around deliriously just before he died. And he’s buried here. Plus, we need this! Without Poe all we’ve got are Mr. Boh, the Utz girl and Old Bay (and some moderately tenuous claims on Tupac Shakur, Frank O’Hara, and David Byrne).

After viewing the statue design concept that accompanies the Sun article, I feel confident that Boston’s monument won’t hold a candle to Baltimore’s in terms of a certain physical attribute (ever seen our statue really close up?).

I only hope that this Boston thing won’t embolden Richmond and Philadelphia to try to steal Baltimore’s Poe crown. You’d think that naming your NFL team after a poem — A POEM! — would send a clearer message. Poe is ours!

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