A pub in Whaley Bridge has unveiled a new golden ale called Chinook in memory of the RAF helicopter which helped to secure the damaged dam.
After more than 1,500 people were evacuated from the town since August 1, Derbyshire Police said the stability of the dam wall at Toddbrook Reservoir had been achieved at 1pm on August 7 and people could return to their homes.
But the Goyt Inn, situated in the middle of the town, has decided to try and keep the memory of the evacuation alive.
The pub has said all proceeds from the ale will go to Buxton Mountain Rescue after they played their part in securing the dam.
Speaking about when the ale would be ready, the landlord of the Goyt Inn, Tony Gunner, told the PA news agency:
Addressing the reasons behind the new ale, Mr Gunner told PA: "We had this Chinook chopping across us all day every day and it was a really reassuring sound.
"The RAF were absolutely fantastic - as was everybody who helped save the dam."
Mr Gunner said the ale was provided by Halifax-based Elland Brewery.
Unveiling the new ale to customers, Mr Gunner said in a Facebook post:
In a tweet, Mountain Rescue thanked the Goyt Inn for the guesture.