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It Starts with Beers Opening and Ends with Laughs

Beers in The Lot is a hockey podcast looking to recreate beer league hockey post game conversations. It was started by four beer league hockey players and friends, used to sharing a few beers, hockey opinions, stories, and laughs, in the rink parking lot after their games. New episodes of Beers in The Lot are released each Wednesday.

Dec 7, 2022

On Episode 121 of Beers in The Lot, the guys (mostly Jonny) talked about the differences in paths to the NHL, focusing on the NCAA and CHL. They also provided their thoughts on St. Louis Blues goaltender, Jordan Binnington's recent antics. The BITL crew finished up this episode by reviewing Chicago Blackhawks forward,


Nov 30, 2022

Episode 120 of Beers in The Lot is all about the Wally Ice Fest in the Lake Wallenpaupack area of the Poconos. The BITL crew will be icing a team in the pond hockey tournament during the event being held in February. They were very excited about planning the trip and talked about what they are looking forward to like...


Nov 23, 2022

Episode 119 of Beers in The Lot was recorded the night after the Old Fat Bald Guys Hockey League, Fall 2022 Consolation and Championship games. The guys talked about the highlights in those games. They also discussed iron man, Phil Kessel reaching 1000 consecutive NHL games played. The crew finished up with more...


Nov 16, 2022

On Episode 118 of Beers in The Lot, the guys chatted about the NHL a bit focusing on the Penguins, Capitals, and Leafs, as usual but also some Canucks and Bruce Boudreau. Then they went over some of the highlights from their first Old Fat Bald Guys Hockey League playoff game. The crew finished up talking about one of...


Nov 9, 2022

On Episode 117 of Beers in The Lot, Rigs talked about the sights and sounds on a recent kids' hockey trip to Cleveland and asked the question-are the Leafs better now? The guys also talked about Alexander Ovechkin breaking Gordie Howe's goals scored with a single NHL franchise record and Ovi's affect on the growth...