Orioles fans, beer drinkers, and beer-drinking Orioles fans collectively freaked out on Feb. 18 when the site Beer In Baltimore wrote it had confirmed that National Bohemian, the hometown beer that isn't actually brewed here, would no longer be served at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. People on social media acted as if this was tantamount to throwing the Oriole Bird off the B&O Warehouse roof. But let's consider a few things: Boh costs about the same as Bud, Miller, Coors, and all the other macro lagers available at the stadium, and the difference in taste is negligible. None of these beers are brewed in Maryland, let alone Baltimore. Is this really a big loss? The whole thing ended up being something of a non-story, anyway, when the team confirmed that Boh will still be available during games. Everybody chill out.