The charges led by Robert Matano conceded twice in the second half and fell to second place on the league table
Tusker FC handed over the top position in the FKF Premier League to KCB after falling 2-1 to Bandari at Mbaraki Stadium, Mombasa, on Wednesday.
The Brewers took the lead after Rodgers converted Aloro from a set piece before Iddi Hassan answered for the hosts in the same way, and substitute John Mwita scored the winner.
Both teams were eager to return to the winning path after suffering defeats in their previous assignment as Bandari fell 4-1 to Nzoia Sugar, while the Brewers fell by a single goal against Nairobi City Stars.
It was the visitors who started the match on a high, and it took them three minutes to get their first corner kick. Danson Namasaka, however, took out the hosts with his header.
The charges led by Robert Matano had to make a change in the eighth minute as Boniface Muchiri, who returned to the Cecafa U23 Cup with the Emerging Stars, was involved in a collision.
Henry Meja, who was also part of the Kenya team in Ethiopia, took his place in the team.
Bandari stepped up and insisted on an opening with Hassan Abdallah, Umar Kasumba and William Wadri leading the attack. However, they could not get past the Tusker warden.
Tusker also had their chances, but Luke Namanda, Kevin Okoth and Meja could not take advantage of the opportunities they encountered.
In the end, it was the 11-time champions who managed to score in the 38th minute, when the Dockers conceded a free kick in the danger zone. Aloro takes it and succeeds in hitting the target.
Meja could have doubled the advantage only later, but he could not defeat the goalkeeper in a one-on-one situation.
After the break, the hosts returned stronger in hopes of quickly finding an equalizer to destabilize the charges in Nairobi. John Mwita and Collins Agade were proposed in place of Denis Magige and Namasaka.
Mwita made an almost immediate impact when he was left unnoticed in the danger zone, but his stabbing attempt was eliminated by the Tusker goalkeeper for a barren corner.
The hosts’ renewed energy paid off in the 56th minute, when the Brewers gave away a solid ball just outside the danger zone.
Hassan steps up and leads the ball into the back of the net to level the teams.
The Dockers scored their second goal in the 75th minute when Mwita got confused in the Tusker defense to score the winning goal.
KCB is now at the top of the league with 57 points after defeating Western Stima 2-0, while Tusker remains at 55 from the same number of games.
XI airport: Michael Wanyika, Iddi Hassan, Felly Mulumba, Brian Odera, Dennis Magige, Keegan Zakayo, Danson Namasaka, Siraj Mohammed, Abdallah Mohammed, Abdallah Hassan, William Wadri, Umar Kasumba
Subs: Justin Ndikumana, Duncan Otena, Salim Swaleh, Collins Agade, Daniel Omondi, Benjamin Murimi, Wilberforce Lugogo, Johanna Mwita, Bernard Odhiambo.
Tusker XI: Emery Mvuyekure, Eric Ambunya, Hillary Wandera, Rodgers Aloro, Eugene Asike, Otieno Apollo, Luke Namanda, Faraj Odenyi, Christopher Ochieng, Kevin Okoth, Boniface Muchiri
Subs: Michael Wanjala, Jimmy Mbugua, Sammy Mejja, Vincent Ngesa, Humphrey Mieno, Chrispinus Onyango, Michael Madoya, Brian Marita, Henry Meja