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National Premium, Natty Boh’s classy older brother, to be brewed in Maryland again

October 17, 2022

Maureen O’Prey was excited to taste the first batch of Natty Preme brewed in Maryland in decades. A historian and self-described beer nerd, she sniffed her pint before sipping. “Hmm,” she said, tilting her head slightly. “I’m liking this. It’s not over the top.” She paused: “It’s better than when it was in Delaware.” At Heavy Seas Beer’s Halethorpe brewery Friday, O’Prey and others gathered to mark the triumphant return of National Premium, or “Natty Preme” as it was nicknamed, to Maryland for the first time in decades. The beer, long one of Charm City’s favorites, was rescued from obsolescence by an Eastern Shore Realtor and beer lover named Tim Miller. For the past 10 years it’s been brewed in Delaware, and fans are glad to see it back.

Article Source: The Baltimore Banner

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