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November 17, 2009

Who has the cheapest Natty Bohs in town?

natty boh bucketFaithful Midnight Sun readers know, I'm not Natty Boh's biggest fan.

I usually only drink the stuff if I'm desperate, broke, on a bender or all three.

Still, I can't deny Natty Boh's rich history here. That's why you can still get the stuff really cheap at local bars. Usually, it's as cheap as -- if not cheaper than -- Miller Lite.

It's been a loooooooooooong time since I last posted about the cheapest Boh in town. That was more than two years ago, which is an eternity on the Interwebs.

Two of the bars people suggested (Cheerleaders and Red House Tavern) on that post have since closed. ...

I still believe Frazier's on The Avenue has $1 Bohs, but I don't know about the Natty Boh Lounge, since it's under new ownership. I looked around online, and there doesn't seem to be a solid list of the best Boh specials in town.

So I ask you, Midnight Sunners, to help me find the best Natty Boh specials in town. Bar owners, feel free to post about your own deals, too.


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Posted by Sam Sessa at 7:30 AM | | Comments (17)
Categories: Bars & Clubs


The actual cost of Boh is higher given the fistful of Advil I need after drinking one.

I believe Boh cans are $1.00 at Elliotts Pour House.

Nutty's Pub (when the owners have it open to keep the liquor license valid) up in Hampden on Chestnut St., have $1 Boh's, and free pool from what I saw the last time I walked by.

I'm furiously taking notes.

Actually the recently mentioned Hideaways (or Key Highway) has $1 bohs all ze time. Pretty sure American Harry's (or Harry's American Bar, whichever) has them as well.


BUT, if you'd like to drink cheap Bohs at 7 different places this Saturday AND help raise funds for prostate cancer research, check out - a team of us have put together a charity bar crawl (and have all grown amazing mustaches) which is shaping up to be pretty fun times. Plus, the cheapest Bohs in town. I'll stop shilling now.

Tyson's in Canton always has dollar boh's as well.

I think there is a dive bar somewhere in Fells that has 75 cent Bohs. But that was three years ago so they could have easily raised the price to a dollar.

Dead end saloon fells pt---had 75 cent boh at one point

Frazier's sells Natty Boh for $2 now (plus tax). The Hon Bar serves them for $1, but I don't know if that's all the time or just for Happy Hour/the NFL special. And lately, when I pass Nutty Pub, it doesn't appear to be open.

The opposite of what you were asking, but I've found the most expensive Natty Boh is at Slainte. For one bottle, you can buy a 6-pack of cans.

Natty Boh cans are $1 at Elliott's Pour House all day & night @E_P_H -- thanks for the help Potter

I think thortons in LP has Nattie Boh Bottles for a 1.50 or 2 bucks.

I was at The Horse a few months ago and paid around $3.50 for a Natty Boh. I had to give the bartender a little piece of my mind. I haven't been back since and after reading a few articles about brawls there, it sounds like I'm not missing much.
I know Bartenders has $1.50 Natty Boh cans all the time.

Man, I've only heard bad things about Horse You Came in On since the new owners took over. It's a shame, because that bar is a landmark.

Sam, the new owners don't care cause they got suckered into buying the place for 1.57 (pinky to the corner of my mouth) MILLION DOLLARS.

Bad Decisions- location of the Midnight Sun Meet Up-- has them for $1.50.

The $2 Natty Bohs at Fraziers are for the bottles- last I saw they stopped carrying cans.
And as someone who likes a good beer, I think Boh is WAY better than Bud or PBR or MGD and definitely kicks the ass off a Coors Light.

I m gonna go with first one.

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