In a very classy move, Cambridge Brewing Company has decided to name a new beer after Sean Collier, the MIT officer who was allegedly killed by the Tsarnaev brothers as they attempted to flee Cambridge following the Boston Marathon bombings. The Boston Globe says that the "Collier Stout" will be available by the middle of June and will cost $5.50; $1 of each sale will be donated to the Jimmy Fund, which was set up to honor Collier.

On Apr. 18, three days after the bombing, the 26-year-old Collier responded to a disturbance call on MIT's campus. His body was discovered at 10:30 p.m. inside of his vehicle. Authorities say the Tsarnaev brothers shot him before stealing another vehicle and escaping.

[via NY Daily News and Boston Globe]