*Pricing and Availability are subject to change
12 AND UNDER
served with fries and drink
Every Tuesday night, the DB kitchen creates specialty burgs that will make you drool! Ask your server for the night's selections.
It is fitting that you find a story telling of the beginnings of this aspiration occurring at the end of our menu; but after all, one borne the other and the existence of the second stands as proof of the first. One might say that the spark of this menu occurred while on vacation in the Italian Alps, where an introduction to a German beer, Wien Stephan, was made. This crafted wheat beer opened a door of appreciation and began to foster considerations of the advantages afforded by the fusion of food, beer and community. Such that Devils Backbone became the flagship business in the Village at Glen Mary, a project reflecting the environmentally sensitive, social conscious and community oriented spirit of the partnership.
The timbers and structure of the lodge are from Lindal Cedar Homes, which maintains a reforestation program planting trees equaling the company use. The tin roofing and walls are recycled from a 1900’s dairy barn originally located in Urbana, Maryland. The tables, banquette seating and booths are made from recycled barn wood from a horse farm in Uppersville, Virginia. The recycled floor was originally 4x12’s from a tobacco barn floor, cut in half and sealed for protection. The stone work, both inside and out is local river bed rock. The sconces and chandeliers were made by a metal crafter from Charlottesville featuring a theme of hops with leaves and strands of wheat. The bar is locally made fashioned from walnut with a copper top.
The wildlife you see in the brewery is from Nelson County, with the exception of the Moose who hails from Northern Canada. The Nelson County wildlife is a community effort offered by local hunters and avid sportsmen.