Hope for Hollerhorn Distilling
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — The Rochester music community came together Saturday night to help rebuild Hollerhorn Distilling after much of it was destroyed by fire earlier this month.
On May 12, fire officials reported that the tasting room, the bar, and the dining area were destroyed.
The benefit concert was held at Flour City Station and featured live music, food, and drink, with Hollerhorn’s chef’s taking over the kitchen.
"I’ve known Karl and Melissa, the owners since I was 17. My band White Woods actually played their grand opening party and they’re without a doubt the hardest working people I know, so to be able to give back in any way to people who are so passionate about what they do, it’s the least I can do," said Garth Clark.
Clark says Hollerhorn is known for supporting local bands and eateries.
Musicians on the bill included White Woods, Ice Cream Social, Matt O’Brian, and Aaron Vibez.
All proceeds from the concert will be given to Hollerhorn Distilling.