COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- One of two men who brought down the shooter at the Club Q shooting continues to find ways to help others.
Fierro and his wife are owners of Atrevida Beer Company in Colorado Springs. They plan to donate a dollar of each beer they sell to the Mosaic and LGBTQ Resource Center at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs for Giving Tuesday, Nov. 29.
They said it's all about giving back and showing up for one another.
Since their re-opening this past weekend, Jessica Fierro said she just can't fit into words how thankful she is.
Jessica said they've received support from people all over the world. Folks from Germany, Australia, and Italy all bought merchandise to help raise money for the Club Q shooting victims.
"We've had lines going out our door, we've had lines waiting for people to get in before we open doors and we are just so grateful and it's an absolute blessing," said Jessica.
Since the reopening, the Fierro family said they've received hundreds and hundreds of merchandise orders.
"We've had an outpouring of orders and you know it's so overwhelming but at the same time we realize that it is a blessing," added Jessica.
At this time, Jessica said they don't have any more merchandise to sell. While people can't purchase any merch at the moment, Jessica said the brewery still has plenty of beer to offer patrons looking to provide support to her family or simply enjoy a well-crafted pint.
"As of right now, we are not running out of beer. Thankfully before this happened we wrapped up production for a bit," added Fierro.
Atrevida Beer Company has already raised thousands of dollars for the Club Q shooting victims. The owners told KRDO they plan on hosting more events to continue raising money for shooting victims who were hospitalized.