The death of d.b.a. owner Ray Deter came as a shock to the beer-drinking community of New York. On Monday, the outpouring of support for Deter’s family has an outlet; d.b.a. Brooklyn is hosting a benefit to honor the life of the craft beer pioneer as well as to raise money for his sons’ college fund. A number of local restaurants and breweries have stepped up to donate food and drink to the event, including Fette Sau, Tchoup Shop, Sixpoint, and Kelso. There will also be a silent auction of rare beer and spirits courtesy of Spuyten Duyvil, as well as a DJ and other entertainment. General admission to the celebration starts at $20, which includes all-you-can-eat; $50 gets you a food and drink bracelet, and additional donations are also welcome.