Mr. Boh has become a civic symbol in Baltimore. The winking, mustachioed mascot of National Bohemian beer is, not surprisingly, on the cans, bottles, and draft handles that deliver the untold volume of liquid gold this city consumes on a daily basis. Boh's face is on all sorts of T-shirts, some hawking the beer, others pairing him with the Orioles or Ravens in some fashion, and others still—like those designed by a friend of mine—that put Boh's head on Mickey Mouse's body or arrange a bunch of Boh heads in different colors to look like the logo of Krylon paint. Walk around any festival in the summer or fall and you'll see a slew of craftspeople incorporating Natty Boh into their wares, from paintings with Boh and crabs on newspaper to dog leashes. A billboard ad for Smyth Jewelers in which Boh proposed to the hair-bow-wearing, bob-cut-having Utz girl became a local icon before it was taken down; the store still uses the image on its gift cards.