One of the cheap
s money can buy. The going rate is about $8 a case (cans, of course). While it's certainly by no means good beer
, it's got a definite charm
to it, once you get used to it, and it sure beats Budweiser
. It's got the consistency of thick ginger ale
, with a strong yeast
y flavor to it.
It's also available in a bottle, although I've only seen it sold as such in six packs, and for $3-4, so save it for a special occasion.
This should be the first thing you look for if you're visiting Baltimore. Anyone who's never experienced drinking a case of natty boh and contemplating smoking crack has not truly experienced charm city.