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Beer Labels Honor Fallen California Officers

January 09, 2014  | 

Chris Hernandez was commissioned by Ryan Wick, co-owner of Wicks Brewing Co. of Riverside, Calif., to create the beer bottle labels that will hold unique beer recipes for Detective Jeremiah MacKay of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department and Officer Michael Crain with the Riverside Police Department, reports the Victorville Daily Press.

Both Crain and MacKay were murdered during former LAPD officer Christopher Dorner’s rampage in February.

"It’s an honor and a blessing to create these labels for two heroes who were killed while doing their jobs," said Hernandez, a graphic artist who lives in Apple Valley, Calif. "I hope my work honors their lives and their families."


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Vincenzino @ 1/9/2014 5:19 PM

Cool. I'll be watching for them.

Ima Leprechaun @ 1/12/2014 12:21 PM

It's not the way I would want to be remembered but it is probably the only vehicle available to the artist and I give him credit for trying to do the right thing. I would not like a beer bottle with my likeness found in a car where a drunk driver killed any innocent people.

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