Ken Anderson Alliance Teams up with 16 Lots Brewing

The Ken Anderson Alliance is excited to announce a collaboration with local brewing company 16 Lots. Starting this football season, Kenny’s Dey Drinkin’ Lager will be sold at several locations throughout Paul Brown Stadium as well as greater Cincinnati bars, restaurants and retail outlets. A portion of ALL sales will go to KAA.

Ken Anderson, our founder and President Emeritus, helped design the beer. It’s a crisp light American lager at only 4.2 percent alcohol by volume. The beer will be available by the kickoff of the 2021 season.

Kenny’s Dey Drinkin’ Lager will be available at these locations:


AC Hotel at The Banks

BC’s Bottle Lodge

Bucket Heads

Casual Pint Hamilton


Cock & Bull

Dickmann’s Sports Cafe

Fowling Warehouse

Gas Light Cafe

Growler House

Holy Grail

Hoppin Vines

Jack Brown’s Joint

Jefferson Social


Jungle Jim’s


MVP Sports Bar & Grille

Paul Brown Stadium

Paxton’s Grill

Ramsey’s Trailside Tavern

Slatt’s Pub

Smoke Justis

The Gruff

The Pitch Cincy

Willie’s Sports Cafe

Can Outlets:

Arrow Wine & Spirits

BC’s Bottle Lodge


Casual Pint Hamilton

Cork N’ Bottle


Delhi Liquor

Dorothy Lane Market

Good Spirits Wine & Tobacco

Jim’s Fine Wine & Spirits

Jungle Jim’s

Kroger – Select Stores

Lehr’s Prime Market

Liquor City Uncorked

One Stop Liquors

Party Town Florence

Rabbit Hash General Store

Rapid Run Carryout

Riverview Drive Thru

Root Cellar

The Party Source

White Oak Marathon

Whole Foods

If you are a retailer and would like to offer Kenny’s Dey Drinking Lager, please reach out to Del Hall by email at

Giving Back

The Ken Anderson Alliance has a special place in the heart of 16 Lots co-owner Del Hall. He has a daughter with cerebral palsy and sees great value in our mission of creating LIVE, WORK and ENGAGE events for adults with disabilities. The 16 Lots team is thrilled that Ken Anderson continues to use his football connections to help the alliance and, ultimately, vulnerable members of our community.

“As a beer drinker, I’m excited to have a beer with my name on it. Even better that for every beer I drink, KAA benefits!” – Ken Anderson

Did You Know? 16 Lots got its name from Major William Mason of the revolutionary war. He purchased 16 lots of land in what is now Mason, Ohio. How fitting that Kenny played 16 seasons for the Bengals! 

When you’re at the stadium or out for a drink, ask for the lager that benefits a great cause.