Craft Brews

Devils Backbone Adventure Pack

At Devil’s Backbone, if you work for the brewery, you’re family. Being family means we look out for one another, and one way we do that is by supporting organizations that are meaningful to our DB employees. That’s why we created the Give-Back Pack, a collection of brews that benefit non-profit organizations chosen by the DB family. Each recipe was specially crafted to honor the Wildland Firefighter Foundation, Best Friends Animal Society, and Mental Health America, and with your purchase we’ll donate $1 to support each of their missions. From our family to yours, cheers to giving back!

Pack includes: Homeward Hound Hoppy Autumn Ale, Bell of Hope Keller Pilsner, and One Foot in the Black Smoked Black IPA

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This Throwback Pack was dreamed up as a way of thanking our DB friends and family for all their years of visiting the brewery and trying our new beers on tap. The DB employee-family selected some of our all-time favorite limited release beers to be voted on by our fans, and the 4 beers in this Throwback Pack are what our fans told us would hold a special place in their hearts and fridges. Most of these brews have only been on tap at our brewery; if you can’t make it to visit us in the Heartland of Virginia, here’s your chance to get a glimpse of what it’s like to try one of our limited release sampler flights! The results of the winning Throwback Pack beers:

Cattywompus: ALC|7.5% IBU|33
A Belgian-style India pale ale with tropical, pineapple and hop notes

Galaxy Fruit: ALC|5.0% IBU|38
A Pale Ale with fruity, bright and tropical notes

Tommy 2 Fists: ALC|6.0% IBU|20
European-Style export lager with bread, smooth and biscuity notes

Smoke Haus: ALC|5.7% IBU|21
An Amber Lager with smokey, clean and malty notes

Some folks like hoppy beers and hey, we get that. That’s why we picked from all sides of the hoppy spectrum for this Hop Pack. We start the proceedings with Mile 842, a lager that drinks like an IPA. Turning things up a notch is our Brut IPA, the champagne of extra pale ales, light bodied, yet hop forward. Next up, Tres Cray — named after the three kinds of hop in the boil, the dry hop, and finished with three kinds of hop oil — so there’s some hoppy algebra for ya. Then we finish with the monstrously hoppy 16 Point IPA, made with loud American hops like Cascade, Bravo, Citra, Columbus, Centennial, and Simcoe. This’ll all help you hop to it.