After an absence of more than 15 years, National Bohemian beer will return to Camden Yards for 2011, the Orioles and Pabst Brewing Company announced today. The partnership includes a branded Natty Boh Bar on the first base side of the lower concourse and a new Natty Boh Brat, a bratwurst sandwich featuring Baltimore's own Roma Sausage infused with the taste of National Bohemian beer, sold during home games.
Natty Boh will be served on draft at several locations throughout the stadium and will also be offered as a "Bucket of Boh's!" in suites on the Club Level. The Natty Boh Bar will offer "Early Bird" specials on Natty Boh at each game.
"National Bohemian Beer continues to win fans after the reintroduction of draft in January. The response has been overwhelmingly positive and we're excited to continue the momentum by offering Natty Boh in Camden Yards for the 2011 season. It's been a long time coming, but we can now finally say that "Boh's and O's" are truly together again," said Pabst Brewing Company Chief Marketing Officer Jon Sayer.
"Natty Boh is quintessential Baltimore and has a local, regional and national appeal," said Orioles Director of Communications Greg Bader. "We are pleased to offer our fans several ways in which to enjoy Natty Boh, and look forward to this mutually beneficial reunion."
The addition of Natty Boh is part of a wide-scale effort to enhance the food and beverage options at Oriole Park by the club and Delaware North Sportservice, the new concessionaire. Other local favorite brands that will be offered this season include Berger cookies, Polock Johnny's sausages and Old Bay seafood and wings.