A Baltimore classic is returning to Camden Yards this season.

Opening day is Thursday (weather permitting), and fans will be able to enjoy a crisp National Bohemian, better known as Natty Boh, at the stadium for the first time since it was taken off the menu in 2016. A specialty baseball-themed orange can with the brew will only be available at Camden Yards.

Natty Boh was originally brewed in Brewers Hill, then Halethrope, before its production was moved out of state. It’s currently owned by Pabst Brewing Company and made in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, a spokesperson confirmed.

Even though the beer is made elsewhere, Boh and its winking, mustachioed mascot Mr. Boh are still beloved icons of Baltimore.

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“Drinking a Natty Boh while watching the Orioles play has been a time honored tradition, passed down through generations of fans,” Nitasha Chopra, brand manager with National Bohemian, said in a statement. “We’re excited to put Natty Boh cans back in the hands of Orioles’ fans. It doesn’t get more Baltimore than that.”

For years, it was a staple at Orioles games. Jerold Hoffberger, the president of the company for almost 30 years, was also the majority owner of the team from 1965 to 1979, a stretch that includes two of the team’s three World Series championships.

But in 2016, the beer suddenly vanished from Camden Yards six games into the season and beers still brewed in the region were sold at the stadium in its place. The Orioles sent a cease-and-desist letter to Pabst, accusing it of using trademarks and imagery without permission.

The makers of National Bohemian fired back. They took out a full-page ad in The Baltimore Sun with the headline “Boh: Thrown Out at Home,” and criticized the team for replacing them with a non-local beer, even though Boh hasn’t been made locally for years.

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That campaign did not work. But now, eight years later, the beer is returning.

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It’s joining other new food partners and offerings, including The Local Fry and Fuzzies Burgers, as new additions to the stadium this year.

Other favorites, including Ekiben, Attman’s Delicatessen, The Local, South Mountain Creamery and Deli-Ish, will be available during select homestands as part of the Camden Commons program, which rotates in local restaurants throughout the season.

Fans will be able to wash it all down with Coca-Cola products, not Pepsi, as the new official beverage partner of the team.

The new options include:

Danielle Allentuck covers the Orioles for The Baltimore Banner. She previously reported on the Rockies for the Denver Gazette and general sports assignments for The New York Times as part of its fellowship program. A Maryland native, Danielle grew up in Montgomery County and graduated from Ithaca College.

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