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Bengals give 4 Game Balls to Cincinnati businesses

Cincinnati Bengals Game Balls went to The Holy Grail, Jeff Ruby's Precinct, 16 Lot Brewery and...
Cincinnati Bengals Game Balls went to The Holy Grail, Jeff Ruby's Precinct, 16 Lot Brewery and Delwood.(@holygrailbanks)
Published: Jan. 23, 2022 at 11:35 AM EST|Updated: Jan. 24, 2022 at 5:09 AM EST
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CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Four Cincinnati Bengals Game Balls were given to businesses following the team’s win against the Tennessee Titans Saturday night.

The businesses - two restaurants, a brewery and a gastropub - announced it on social media Saturday and Sunday.

Ball 1 of 4: Jeff Ruby’s Precinct in Columbia-Tusculum

Jeff Ruby’s Precinct said in a Facebook post they received Game Ball 1 of 4.

“What a game and what an honor. Congrats and THANK YOU Coach Taylor! #WhoDey #Wincinnati Cincinnati Bengals.”

What a game and what an honor. Congrats and THANK YOU Coach Taylor! #WhoDey #Wincinnati Cincinnati Bengals

Posted by Jeff Ruby's Precinct on Sunday, January 23, 2022

Ball 2 of 4: 16 Lots Brewing Company in Mason

16 Lots Brewing Company said Bengals Assistant Head Coach Darrin Simmons gave them Game Ball 2.

Fans, however, caught an error in their Facebook post. The year on the ball says 2015.

After many comments, 16 Lots updated their post, “Quick update. Darrin reached out as he noticed the date error on the ball like so many of you did. We will have a new ball with the correct date shortly. Swing by for pictures with the ball anytime. This is for all the Bengals fans out there. Let’s enjoy it together. WHO DEY!”

A corrected game ball was dropped off at 16 Lots Brewing Company a few days after the playoff win.

Ball 3 of 4: Delwood in Mt. Lookout

Delwood received Game Ball 3 of 4, according to their Instagram account.

Ball 4 of 4: The Holy Grail Tavern and Grille at The Banks

In a tweet Saturday night, The Holy Grail announced they received Game Ball 4 of 4, thanking Head Coach Zac Taylor and players C.J. Uzomah and Kevin Huber.

The Cincinnati Bengals beat the Tennessee Titans 19-16 Saturday and now will face the Kansas City Chiefs at the AFC Championship game on Sunday, Jan. 30.

The Bengals are playing in their first AFC title game since the 1988-89 season.

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