TRAVELING MEMORIAL HONORING FALLEN LAW ENFORCEMENT TO VISIT 1350 DISTILLING
The End of Watch - Ride to Remember Traveling Memorial will be open to the public for viewing at 1350 Distilling on Sunday, 14 AUG from 6pm - 8pm.
Please come and view this breath-taking memorial. It is free and open to the public. Sunday 14 August from 6-8pm.
Beyond the Call of Duty is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness of first responders lost in the line of duty and to support the families and communities of the fallen. Since Memorial Day Weekend, they have been riding throughout the nation with their traveling memorial to honor the 608 fallen law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty in 2021.
The Memorial is traveling from Raton, New Mexico to Grand Junction, Colorado with stops in Kiowa, Aurora, Denver, and Windsor—all within 48 hours. Their time in Colorado marks their 75th - 77th consecutive days of riding roads and highways all across the United States, visiting departments who have their fallen honored.
Last year, El Paso County Sheriff, Deputy Jeff Hopkins was honored for his sacrifice at the El Paso County Sheriff's Office by the End of Watch Memorial.
August 12, 2021 Ride to Remember procession at El Paso County Sheriff Department.
Next year, El Paso County Sheriff's Deputy Andrew Peery will be honored.
1350 Distilling is a proud sponsor and "Exclusive Night Cap Sponsor" of Beyond the Call of Duty, creators and promoters of the End of Watch - Ride to Remember Memorial. Our Code Four Cask Strength Straight Bourbon is dedicated to Law Enforcement, and the spirit of choice for their nightly recaps of the men and women who they have honored that day for their ultimate sacrifice.
More information about this organization and the ride can be found online here (our event is not on this list, for this is a special sponsor event outside of their ride):