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Brewers at Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery in Centennial have named a beer in honor of Douglas County Sheriff's Office Deputy Zackari Parrish, who was killed in the line of duty Dec. 31.
The ZPIII sour will be unveiled during a tapping event fundraiser held in Parrish's honor Jan. 17, at 6 p.m. Twenty-five cents from each sour sold will be donated directly to the Fallen Officer Fund.
Steven Barry, assistant general manager of Rock Bottom South Denver, has worked with Douglas County sheriff's deputies to arrange the fundraising event, which will include a silent auction and the ceremonious tapping of the ZPIII sour. The event is open to anyone who wishes to show their support for local law enforcement, fallen officers and/or Zackari Parrish.
The brewery is located at 9627 E. County Line Road.
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