The walls of our restaurant tell the story better than we can; newspaper clippings, photos, antiques and awards. We've lived, loved and carved a place in the community one birthday party and fundraiser at a time.

Our Story

dbros2How a couple of guys who’d never worked in a restaurant, never brewed beer, and never owned a business started a brewpub. It was in the fall of 1993, during a visit to Baltimore, that my brothers Paul, John and I wandered into our first brewpub, Bill Oliver's Wharf Rat. The ales were terrific and with every pint we drank we became more convinced we should start ...

Process

Pub-SetupStay tuned for a video walkthrough of the Davidson Brothers approach to brewing, narrated by A.J. Davidson and shot and directed by Rick. Coming soon!

History of 184 Glen St

downbarWe bought our current building at 184 Glen Street in 1996. It was a great decision, but came with the kind of hard work you only find in old buildings. It was an all-hands-on-deck endeavor as we removed all the trash, junk, wiring, pipes and over 700 cubic yards of interior building materials from the 130-year-old building. Carpenters, plumbers, electricians, refrigeration specialists and more worked tirelessly ...