(Press Release) Denver, CO (December 12th, 2022) – Ratio Beerworks and local artist Koko Bayer have teamed up again to re-release their collaboration “LOVE” glass in efforts to raise both funding and awareness for the victims,
survivors, and families of those affected by the Club Q shooting.

Ratio Beerworks will be donating 100% of all net proceeds from the glassware directly to Club Q Victims and
Survivors Compassion Fund, in which 100% of all donations are being given directly to those impacted and
in immediate need. Pre-sale of the glassware begins Sunday, December 11th, 2022 and runs through
Christmas (12/25/2022). Glassware will be available for purchase on-line and in both Ratio Beerworks

Originally designed for Denver Pride in 2021, Koko Bayer and Ratio Beerworks created a limited edition glass
highlighting one of Koko’s most famous designs, “Rainbow Love”. The collaboration was to raise awareness
and funding for the LGBTQ+ community in Denver with 10% of the proceeds being donated to The Center on
Colfax, the largest LGBTQ+ community center in the Rocky Mountain region.

Ratio will be hosting a “Love Glass” pickup gathering on Thursday January 12th, 2023 from 4PM-8PM in the
Ratio Beerworks RiNo taproom, with Koko Bayer and a representative from The National Compassion Fund
on-site helping to raise additional funding and awareness. Additional art to help support Bayer will be for sale
and on-site donations will be collected by and for the Club Q Victims and Survivors Compassion Fund
throughout the event. Additionally, Ratio Beerworks will be offering one free pour for all customers who
purchased the collaboration Love Glass during the event. Location: 2920 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205.
Shipping for out of state purchases will begin the following Monday (1/16/2023).

ABOUT Koko Bayer
Koko Bayer is a Denver-based artist whose work focuses on outdoor installations of printed images. Since
2015 she has installed thousands of temporary outdoor works for her “temporary structures project” a
collaboration with grandfather Herbert Bayer’s work. Ranging from foot-long prints to large murals, her goal is
to “adorn, engage and educate.” In April of 2020, she began Project Spread Hope, a series of installations
created in response to the COVID-19 crisis as a reminder of the power of hope. This December, Koko was a
featured artist at the 2022 Wynwood Mural Fest in Miami during Art Basel. Her mural titled MIA1 is dedicated
to the victims of Club Q. For more information on Koko Bayer visit @kokonofilter or kokobayer.com

About the National Compassion Fund
The National Compassion Fund is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that collects and distributes charitable
contributions in the aftermath of mass casualty crimes. It is a subsidiary of the National Center for
Victims of Crime, the nation’s leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims and
those who serve them. Since 2014, the National Compassion Fund has distributed more than $140
million to victims of mass violence. nationalcompassion.org

Having opened their doors in 2015, Ratio Beerworks flagship location is nestled in the heart of the River North
District of Denver at 2920 Larimer Street. Ratio opened their second location in Denver’s up and coming
Overland neighborhood in January 2022 at 2030 S. Cherokee St. Ratio’s profile includes a wide variety of
meticulously crafted beer, focusing traditional styles with a modern twist. With deep roots in the punk rock
music scene, Ratio’s co-founders sought to translate the industry’s sense of community, DIY spirit, and strong
musical influences via the beer and taproom experience. For more information please visit