This is a great story, from the Orthodox Arts Journal, about how a Texas brewery, named after St Arnold, patron of brewers, came to have a Russian iconographer paint a fresco of the saint on their wall:
On a recent trip to Texas, I encountered a beer which took me by surprise, not for the fact that it was a creative blend of hefeweissen yeast and Amarillo hops (though that was delightful) but because of its name and label. The beer is called “ICON” and featured a two-tone icon of St. Arnold, considered the Patron Saint of brewers:
This by itself was neat, if not perhaps a bit odd. The beer was great, and it cut the edge of the mid-June Texas heat. Upon posting a photo of the bottle on my personal facebook page, a discussion began, not only about the propriety of putting icons on bottles and the like, but also of the actual brewery that made this beer. Someone even suggested that the brewer had a very nice, venerable icon of St. Arnold on its walls. I found the website here, and proceeded to find an image of the icon.
Read the rest here: http://www.orthodoxartsjournal.org/texan-brewery-russian-iconographer/