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June 12, 2007

The cheapest Boh in town?

Where can I get the cheapest can of Natty Boh in town?

During game days, Quigley's Half Irish Pub has a three Bohs for $5 deal, which I think is the best you'll find near the ballpark.

Anybody else have some suggestions?  


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Posted by Sam Sessa at 3:34 PM | | Comments (6)
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Good question - I think they're a buck over at Canton Station in Brewer's Hill, or up at Frazier's in Hampden. I dream of a place where you can get a Boh for 50 cents ... surely it's out there somewhere.

They had better be cheap at Canton Station -- isn't the place upstairs called the Natty Boh Lounge?

Bleacher's on the corner of Milton & Fleet has $1.50 Boh bottles all the time (PBR's too).

Red House Tavern at Leakin and Foster in Fells Prospect (whatever) has $5 all u can drink Boh's on Tuesday nights.Yeah Boh!!!

Mt. Royal Tavern is a cheap classic.

Dollar Bohs at Cheerleaders on certain nights (fells pt)

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