The on-the-field struggles of the Wet Demons are soon forgotten when the Hotlanta Softball squad knocks back some beers and shots, turns up the music and hosts its annual (and quite popular) beer bust at Joe’s.
The team did just that on Saturday, drawing a big crowd for bottomless beer, Jell-O Shots, beer pong, a raffle and the beats of DJ Travis Roache. The event raises money for the team, which competes in HSL’s Open C Division.
Their beer busts are legendary, though they don’t offer as much skin from the hunky squad as their shirtless car wash.
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