Excitement brewing over Natty Boh's return to Camden Yards

While the Orioles spend the 2024 season trying to repeat as division champions, fans will be reintroduced to one of Baltimore’s iconic brews - which also repeats if you chug it too fast.

Natty Boh is coming back to Camden Yards.

The Orioles sent out a press release earlier today that featured new and returning menu items at the ballpark, but the big news is that National Bohemian will be available for the first time since 2016.

Fans will be able to purchase it in a specialty-themed orange can sold exclusively at the park, though the diehards would happily sip it out of their cupped hands. They just want their Natty Boh that disappeared suddenly in 2016 due to a dispute with parent company Pabst.

The blue ribbon goes to whoever mended those fences.

Coca-Cola also is returning as the beverage provider after five years of Pepsi products. Choose a side. It's like Alabama-Auburn.

If you want to support local businesses and purveyors, you can grab the following:

Deddle’s Mini Donuts: Near Section 84 for all Saturday and Sunday games.
Vida Nacho on Eutaw: On Eutaw Street near the Flag Court.
Squire’s Pizza: Sections 11, 53, 316 and 360.
Maria’s Pupuseria Factory: Near Section 69.
Pat & Stugg’s: Near Section 44.
Fuzzies Burgers: Near Section 67.
The Local Fry: Near Sections 27 and 368.
Fuku Chicken: Near Sections 49 and 332.
Big Mozz: Available at the Bleacher Grill, SuperBook Bar & Restaurant and the B&O Market along Eutaw Street.
Berks hot dogs: The new official hot dog partner of the Orioles can be found at participating concession stands.
Omaha steaks: Available at The Eutaw Street Butchery and Ballpark Sausage Cart on the upper concourse near Section 337.

Brick & Whistle Food Co., the official hospitality team of Camden Yards, also is introducing new signature dishes.

Chicken Flatbread Sandwich: A pulled Rotisserie Chicken with arugula, tomato cucumber salad, cilantro pesto, and roasted pepper aioli, served on a flatbread. Available at The Eutaw Street Butchery.
Rotisserie Chicken Platter: A half-roasted chicken with three cheese mac and cheese, topped with hot honey and coleslaw. Available at The Eutaw Street Butchery.
Steak Burger: An Omaha Steak burger with American cheese, caramelized onions, dill pickle, and brick sauce, served on a brioche roll. Available at The Eutaw Street Butchery.
The Warehouse Dog: A Berks all-beef footlong hot dog with horseradish-infused brick sauce, crispy onions, pit beef queso fundido, and pickled pico on a pretzel bun. Available at the Bleacher Grill on Eutaw Street.

That’s not enough? Some popular concession locations are returning.

Jimmy’s Famous Seafood: Near Section 73.
Vida Taco: Near Section 31.
Stuggy’s Gourmet Hot Dogs: Near Section 71.
Boogs BBQ: On Eutaw Street.
Oro Pizza: On Eutaw Street.
7th Inning Sorbet: Members of Citywide Youth Development will sell the sorbet after completing the organization’s eight-week training program.

The Coors Light Roof Deck hasn’t left its location in center field. Can’t miss it.

The Orioles have added a state-of-the-art sensory room which is designed to cater to the needs of individuals with sensory processing needs. It’s located along the main concourse near Gate F.

The room features “adjustable lighting, calming visions, comfortable seating and a range of sensory tools and equipment like bubble walls, bean bags and tactile objects.” It’s fully accessible and made for individuals of all abilities and ages, and will be available for use beginning Opening Day.

Gate open one hour prior to first pitch Monday through Thursday; one hour and 30 minutes prior to first pitch on Fridays and Sundays; two hours prior to first pitch on Saturdays. And don’t forget, it’s a cashless ballpark.

Opening Day on Thursday is sold out, but tickets remain for the rest of the homestand. You’ll find them at Orioles.com/Tickets.

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