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Beers On Tap At The Pub 1

Kent Lake Kolsch:

*WINNER, BRONZE MEDAL, 2011 GREAT AMERICAN BEER FESTIVAL, GOLDEN/BLONDE ALE*
Our rendition of this classic from Cologne is brewed with all German
ingredients.  This light and crisp ale holds many characteristics of a lager with some tangy and tart notes. Water for this beer is locally sourced from Kent Lake.

Alsatian Pale Ale:

A single hopped European-style pale ale, made with oatmeal and has a cereal malt flavor, a clean, silky body, and a dominating earthy/citrusy noble hop presence. The Aramis hops used come from the Alsatian region of France. Wheat free.»


Menu

Pub | Menu

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At Iron Springs, we like to think of ourselves as active participants in our community and our town. We see our patrons not just as our customers, but also as our friends and neighbors.  We hope you’ll find this belief reflected in our style, our service, our food, and our beer.  Enjoy!
— Michael, Anne, Joey, Aaron & Casey Jones Altman

Appetizers

$1 off all appetizers during 4-6 happy hour every day Chips with Salsa Fresca

$3.75

Homemade Fries

small $1.99
large $3.99

Garlic Fries

$4.50

Onion Strings

$4.50

Fried Calamari drizzled with tomatillo sauce and lemon aioli

$9.25

Vegetarian Egg Rolls with Plum Ginger Sauce

$6.99

Roasted Garlic Spread on Grilled Baguette with Shaved Parmesan

$5.50

Lini’s Crudite Platter raw veggie with shallot buttermilk dipping sauce

$6.99

Chicken Skewers with Spicy Peanut Sauce and Sticky Rice

$8.50

Iron Springs Wings w/Blue Cheese Dressing and BBQ or Hot Sauce

1/2 order $4.99
full order $9.99

Roasted Chicken Quesadilla Cheese, Black Beans, Chipotle Sour Cream, Guacamole, Salsa Fresca

$8.50

Black Bean Nachos w/ Cheddar and Jack Cheeses, Sour Cream, Jalapenos & Salsa Fresca

1/2 order $5.45
Full order $8.99
add grilled chicken breast for
$3.50

Soups and Salads

French Onion Soup

$5.50

Homemade Soup of the Day

cup $3.25
bowl $4.99

House Salad with White Balsamic Vinaigrette

1/2 $3.99
whole $7.50

Iron Springs Caesar Salad

1/2 $4.75
whole $8.25

Fuji Apple Salad
Organic Greens, Candied Walnuts, Blue Cheese, and Balsamic Vinaigrette

1/2 $5.99
whole $9.99

Flatiron Steak Salad
Organic Greens, Tomatoes, Red Onions, Blue Cheese, and Balsamic Vinaigrette

13.99

Sauteed Tiger Prawn Salad
Organic Greens, Red Onions, Blue Cheese, and Balsamic Vinaigrette

$14.50

Panko Encrusted Turkey Cobb Salad
An Iron Springs Twist on the Classic Cobb

$10.99

Add Grilled Chicken Breast to Any Salad

$3.50

Sandwiches

All sandwiches served with your choice of fries, mashed potatoes, cole slaw or potato salad and kosher dill pickles.»


Brew News 2

Don’t forget every other Thursday we have one of our great beers on cask!

 

Here is the current regular beer line up:

•  Kent Lake Kolsch

•  Czechered Past Pilsner

•  Chazz Cat Rye

•  Election Session Ale

•  Alsatian Pale Ale

•  Epiphany Amber Ale

•  Pumpkin Spiced Ale

•  JC Flyer IPA

•  Casey Jones Imperial IPA

•  Anne Marie’s Amber

•  Edwin’s Winterscotch

•  Dark Path Dark Lager

•  Flashover Porter

•  Sless Oatmeal Stout

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Iron Springs Pub & Brewery Announces Give Back Tuesday Partnership with Marin Produce 1

 Iron Springs is very proud to announce a partnership with Marin Produce of San Rafael to donate additional funds to local nonprofits through its Give Back Tuesday program    Currently, each Tuesday, Iron Springs donates 10% of the day’s sales to a local nonprofit.  Starting in February of 2012,  Marin Produce will contribute an additional 5% of daily sales, for a total of 15%.

In May of 2008, Iron Springs Pub implemented its successful “Give Back Tuesdays” program. During the past four years, over $60,000 has been donated to a variety of local causes, many of them environmental & educational in nature.

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Get Rescued by the Ambrewlance: San Anselmo Patch

Get Rescued by the Ambrewlance

Restaurateur Mike Altman and brewer Christian Kazakoff of Iron Springs Pub & Brewery craft beer to pair with food and the seasons.

By Christina Mueller Welter: April 6, 2011

During a visit to Oakland with his wife, Anne, in the summer of 2004 for a short-term consulting opportunity, Mike Altman learned the Ross Valley Brewing Company was for sale. With 20 years of restaurant management and brewery experience already under his belt, many of those years with the McMenamins portfolio of brew pubs in Oregon and Mountain Sun Pub & Brewery in Boulder, Altman visited the 765 Center Blvd.»


San Anselmo Patch: Great American Beer Fest

Entering 11 of their brews in the U.S.’s biggest beer competition, Iron Springs team is off to Denver looking for luck and medals.

One of the world’s biggest events in beer — aside, perhaps, from Munich’s Oktoberfest — is the annual Great American Beer Festival, held each year in Denver. And several area breweries are getting pumped for this year’s proceedings, which takes place Sept. 29 – Oct. 1.

Phil Meeker, assistant brewer at Iron Springs Pub and Brewery in Fairfax, will make his third visit on behalf of the Center Boulevard brewpub and his eighth overall… <more


Give Back Tuesdays in April

sapsApril 5th – San Anselmo Preschool

The San Anselmo Preschool Center is committed to the growth of each child in an emotionally supportive environment that encourages self-acceptance and self-exploration.  Learn more at www.sananselmopreschool.org.

April 12th – Fairfax Open Space Committee

– FOSC’s mission is to preserve the visual and environmental values of our community through the purchase of undeveloped land in and around Fairfax.  Our goal is to provide sanctuary for indigenous flora and fauna for future generations.  Find out more at www.fairfaxopenspace.com.

April 19th – ForWords

Established in 2007, ForWords is a literacy and publication project for students in the San Rafael, California “Canal” area.»


Give Back Tuesdays in March

All of our Tuesdays in March benefit the YES Foundation.

YES foundationThe YES Foundation funds and is an advocate for high-quality, inspiring, engaging arts and other educational programs for the students of the Ross Valley School District. YES is a collaboration of parents, teachers, administrators, and community members dedicated to:
Securing the financial resources necessary to bridge the gap between available governmental educational funding and the funding necessary to provide educational opportunities so that all children have the chance to be inspired and to excel.
Working collaboratively with the district to identify program needs, set program priorities, and develop excellent programs.
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February Give Back Tuesday Recipients

February 1st:  Audubon Canyon Ranch

Audubon CanyonThe mission of Audubon Canyon Ranch (ACR) is to protect the natural resources of its sanctuaries while fostering an understanding and appreciation of these environments. Through ACR’s preservation, education, and research programs, Audubon Canyon Ranch educates children and adults, promotes ecological literacy that is grounded in direct experience, and conducts research and restoration that advances conservation science. Audubon Canyon Ranch properties include the Cypress Grove Research Center on Tomales Bay, the 535-acre Bouverie Preserve in Sonoma and the 1,000-acre Martin Griffin Preserve  in Stinson Beach, which is home to one of the San Francisco Bay Area’s most significant and most studied Great Egret and Great Blue Heron nesting sites.»