Beers On Tap at the Pub:


The Crippla’ 2.0 Double Pale Ale:

The Crippla’ is 8.3% ABV, made with all German malt and Oats, light on the bittering hops, and huge on the “Citra” dry-hops in the aroma. It’s a creeper!

Czechered Past Pilsner Lager:

One of 4 lagers created at Iron Springs, this traditional Czech Pilsner is crisp, smooth, light, and refreshing.  Brewed entirely with imported malts and Saaz hops.
Hops: Saaz Abv: 5.5%  O.G. 1.054
Grain Bill: German Pilsner, Wheat, Munich
Food Pairings: Salads, Pastas, Seafood Tacos, Spicy Sausages

Kent Lake Kolsch 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; tangy and tart notes are
attributed to the slight addition of acidulated malt.
Hops: Tettnang, Hallertau Abv: 4.5%  O.G.: 1.050
Grain Bill: German Pilsner, German Wheat, Vienna, Munich, Acidulated
Food Pairings: Fish Tacos, Tuna Tartar, Herb Chicken, Caesar Salads

Chazz Cat Rye Ale:

A light, golden amber ale with a slight hop bite;  well balanced with fruity, earthy notes and spicy overtones.    “We all got high on the Chazz Cat Rye”
Hops: Liberty, Fuggles, Cascade Abv: 5.5%   O.G.: 1.054
Grain Bill: Belgian CaraPils, British Two-Row, Munich
Food Pairings:Fish or Prawn Tacos, Herb Chicken, Quesadilla, Nachos

Shining Star Pale Ale:

This American Pale is well balanced, light and crisp.   Lingering citrus and grassy hop notes entertain the palate, while it is still mellow enough to be enjoyed any time.
Hops: Horizon, Cascade, Simcoe Abv: 5.5% O.G.: 1.054
Grain Bill: Marris Otter, Wheat, Vienna
Food Pairings: Burgers, Chicken Quesadilla, Herb Chicken, Apple Crisp

Anne Marie’s Amber Ale:

Caramel, toffee, and slight chocolate notes accent this complex
American style amber that is full of crystal malts and minimal in hop flavor or bitterness.  This ale is
generously sweet, yet bold, like the woman for whom it was named.
Hops: Crystal, Liberty Abv: 5.25%          O.G..:  1.060 Grain Bill: Marris Otter, Vienna, Victory, Vienna, Crystal Malt
Food Pairings: Burgers, Seafood, Cajun or other spicy foods, Roast Pork

Epiphany Ale:

A Pacific Northwest hoppy amber ale with floral and citrus aromas.  Ready for an Epiphany?!  There is a great story to how this beer got its name.  If you are curious please ask Mike.
Hops: Cascade (hop-backed with 12 lbs of whole leaf Cascades) Abv: 5.9%  O.G.: 1.057  Grain Bill: Marris Otter, Dark Crystal Malts
Food Pairings: Meatloaf, Prawn Salad, Sausage Plate, Nachos
*WINNER, BRONZE MEDAL, 2006 WORLD BEER CUP, AMERICAN RED ALE*

JC Flyer I.P.A. (India Pale Ale):

We wanted to experiment with some different hops and we thought the IPA would be a great vehicle for this.  Quickly becoming a new favorite, this IPA has great floral notes, while being smoother than the Iron Springs IPA.  Big & Bold, yet smooth & mellow.
Hops: Chinook, Palisades,Cluster, Nuggets & a generous amount of Simcoe whole leaf hop in the finish Grain Bill: All Pale malts such as  Marris Otter, wheat, victory, & carapils
Food Pairings: Hot wings, Chicken Skewers, Sausage Plate  Abv: 6.0% O.G.: 1.064

Casey Jones Imperial I.P.A.:

This double IPA has twice the hops and grains as its counterpart.   Significant floral, citrus, and peppery notes on the nose, yet even with the enormous hop profile, the huge grain bill results in a very well balanced brew.
Hops: Amarillo, Summit, Simcoe, Cascade Abv: 8.0% O.G..: 1.079
Grain Bill: All pale malts, Marris Otter, Wheat, Victory, CaraPils
Food Pairings: Nachos, BBQ Pork, Garlic Fries, Spicy or Smoked Foods

Fairfax Coffee Porter:

Infused with real “Marin Roasters” coffee, this English style porter has hints of chocolate and roasted nuts.  Very dark in color, but not quite as heavy as the stout, the porter is dispensed with nitrogen gas, replicating natural carbonation.
Hops: Horizon, Crystal Abv: 6% O.G.: 1.065
Grain Bill: British chocolate, British Brown, Two-row Pale, Crystal Malts
Food Pairings: Burgers, Steak, Chocolate Desserts, Reuben

Sless’s Stimulating Stout:

Dark, hardy, thick, rich, roasted and chocolaty, this ale is amazingly smooth due to the generous addition of whole oats.  Named for a friend of Iron Springs and easily the
finest pedal steel player around: Barry Sless, this one is layered with flavors.
Hops: Tetnanger, Hallertau Abv: 7.6%  O.G.: 1.074
Grain Bill: British Brown, Black Barley, Honey Malt, Dark Wheat
Food Pairings:  Pork Sandwich, Chocolate Cake
*WINNER, GOLD MEDAL, 2008 WORLD BEER CUP, OATMEAL STOUT*

Honey Blonde Ale:

A light session blonde ale made with 20lbs. of Marshall Farms SF Beekeepers Blend. Malt: Canadian 2-Row, Munich, Rye, and Oats. Hops: Fuggle & Galena in the bittering,  Fuggle & Cascade in the finish. 5.6% ABV O.G.: 1.053 Pairs nicely with light refreshing salads, fish and chips, pork, and egg rolls.

All of our beers are hand crafted on location in 10 barrel batches.  We start with the freshest water from the seven Marin reservoirs, as well as the Russian River, and add the finest ingredients available on the global market.  While remaining true to traditions, each of our beers also brings its own unique characteristics to the palate.  From the brew-house to the taps, to your glass, without filtration, our beers are “alive” and made with great care and craftsmanship.

Head brewer: Christian Kazakoff.

Also On Tap

Two Rivers Apple Cider: A light cider with a nice balance of tartness and sweetness.  $5.75 pint

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