Hotlanta Softball’s season is but a few weeks old, yet we’ve already knocked back beer at more than a few beer busts. But no team hosts them quite like the Titans, who live by the motto, “We pre-game harder than you party.”
Earlier this season, the Titans bowled and beered. But they did it again on Sunday during their signature event—Party on the Patio at Joe’s. They describe it like this:
Hotlanta Softball League’s craziest, wildest, and undisputed champions (if we say so ourselves) of drinking host PARTY ON THE PATIO at Joe’s on Juniper!
And what with $10 bottomless beer, Jell-O shots, a DJ and raffle prizes, the annual event always lives up to the hype. No, really. Check out photos from the 2012 event.
Photos by Sher Pruitt
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