Natty Boh Glass Gift Pack

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$19.95

 What makes a better gift than a Natty Boh Pint Glass? Why, two Natty Boh pint glasses in a handsome collectors gift set, of course!! Double your pleasure, double your fun with this awesome gift set of two – count ‘em – TWO Natty Boh Pint Glasses. (That’s one you for you and one for a friend… Or two for you, who’s counting?) 

This awesome gift – for someone you love or for yourself (you know you’ve earned it!) measures 7" x 3.5" x 6".

Get all of your natty boh gear at Chesapeake Billiards; 1991 E. Joppa Rd. Parkville, MD 21234.

From the Land of Pleasant Living® comes National Bohemian, a treasured mid-Atlantic brand since 1885. National Bohemian, or Natty Boh is Baltimore's signature beer and a legend among American beers.

A Bohemian-style beer, Natty Boh was first brewed in 1885 by the National Brewing Company in Baltimore, Maryland. After prohibition, National Bohemian returned with the introduction of Mr. Boh, the one-eyed mascot with a handlebar-mustache and distinctive smile. Instantly adopted as a symbol of a proud city, Mr. Boh continues to be the iconic face for the brand today appearing on all cans, bottles, packaging and merchandise found in shops all over Maryland.

In the late '40s, canned beer started becoming popular and National was the first brewer in the U.S. to put six-packs of cans on the market. In following decade, National Brewing continued to proudly represent Baltimore and the Maryland shore, adopting the now famous slogan: "From the Land of Pleasant Living". In 1965, National Bohemian became the official sponsor of the Baltimore Orioles. Natty Boh was served at Memorial Stadium and cemented its reputation as "official" beer of Baltimore.

Today, Natty Boh has returned to the traditional recipe that made it the beer of choice in Baltimore and across the mid-Atlantic. Likewise, Mr. Boh continues to be a symbol of the community he so proudly represents and can be seen keeping watch over the city on top of the Natty Boh Tower. But he represents far more than a simple mascot, he is also the uncrowned king of Baltimore and plays a significant role in what makes Baltimore different from any other city in the world!

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