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April Newsletter


  • Brewery update
    • New labels – same great beer but a whole new look
    • New beer releases
  • Construction Update
  • April Events
    • Closed Easter Sunday
    • NCAA and Warriors Basketball
  • 5 Wednesdays worth of music in April
  • Give Back Tuesdays®



Full labels

New Labels

We felt that our great beer deserved a great new label. Starting this month, you should see our new bottle packaging throughout the Bay Area distributed through a new partnership with Morris Distributing! (We’ll still distribute kegs ourselves – wouldn’t want the Ambrewlance to get rusty.)

Here is some press on the new labels along with some recent kudos from design experts:

Big shout out to Eric Read and Brandmade Design for coming up with these great labels

Pretty exciting considering they have not even reached the store shelves yet!

Tapping news

Chazz Cat Rye

“…we all got high, on the Chazz Cat Rye…”. Mike is excited to personally bring back this fan favorite after a long hiatus. An easy drinking Golden Ale that is well balanced with Cascade and Sirachi hops and close to 30% rye malt. Now on tap, both on Nitro and draft.

Czechered Past Pilsner

One of 4 lagers created at Iron Springs, this traditional Czech Pilsner is crisp, smooth, light, and refreshing. A “porch pounder.”  Brewed entirely with imported malts and Saaz hops. 4.5% ABV. To be tapped the end of April, please follow us on Facebook & Twitter to find out the exact release date.

Cask Card Program

Cask Thursday is every other Thursday of the month.  Follow us on Facebook for exact cask tapping dates, times, & flavors, or go to our web calendar acask cardt  After 10 pints of cask ale, you will receive a commemorative cask glassware only available by having your cask card punched.

April Casks

April 9th – Chazz Cat Rye

April 23rd – TBD


Construction is D-O-N-E!!! Thank you all for your patience these last few months – we hope it was worth the inconvenience as we think the pub has never looked better.  We now have two completely overhauled bathrooms, new offices, and a much expanded brewery and distribution space.  And don’t forget our new infared patio heaters making your outside patio experience warm and cozy – they are getting a lot of use already this spring!


Basketball and Basketball

The NCAA finals start April 4th - get your college basketball on!! Beers will be flowing as your favorite college teams whittle it down to the final four!

And come join us at the bar rooting on your favorite professional team, the Golden State Warriors, who are having a great year! Beers & basketball, what could be better? Regular season ends April 15th, then we will be ready for the playoffs!

Closed on Easter Sunday

We will be closed on Easter Sunday, and opening again Monday afternoon at 4pm for the NCAA Men’s final and fish & chips.  See you then!


We’ve expanded happy hour to include specials on our house white and red wine too.  $4.00 pints ($4.25 for Casey), $1.00 off all our fantastic appetizers, and our house red for $5.50 and our house white for $6.50.   All night Monday, 4-6 Tuesday, 12-6 Wednesday through Friday, and 4-6 Saturday and Sunday.


Please send booking inquiries to  Music starts at 8pm.

Wednesday April 1st

Honey Dippers

From the heart of the wine country in Northern California, The Honey Dippers play energetic and creative renditions of blues, rock, soul and country music, along with engaging originals…maybe something by Frank Sinatra…certainly something from Elvis. Always danceable, always fun!

Wednesday April 8th

Lorin Rowan’s Rattlebox featuring Barry Sless & Doug Harman

The music of ‘Rattlebox’ features Lorin Rowan’s finger pickin’ acoustic roots/Americana in folk/rock and world music, complementing his clear tenor vocal, backed by fellow musicians; Barry Sless, steel guitar extraordinaire, from the David Nelson Band,Phil Lesh & Friends and Moonalice; and cellist virtuoso, Doug Harman (Norton Buffalo, Alex DeGrassi,Susan Cianni) . The combination of these musicians and their unique instrumentation, together create a fresh, exciting sound with powerful melodies and intriguing lyrics, as well as acoustic ‘jam band’ interludes.

Wednesday April 15th

The Machiavelvets

Childhood friends and faithful bassist chart new musical territory in a blaze of Jazzedelic glory. All-original, high-energy instrumental funk/jazz/rock.

Wednesday April 22nd

Kurt Huget & Friends

Kurt Huget has been a mainstay for the Bay Area music scene for many years, as a performer, songwriter, and teacher. His original Americana music style contains elements of folk, country, bluegrass, jazz, blues, and jam. He has performed, recorded, and written songs with members of many of the great San Francisco rock bands, including co-writing songs with legendary Grateful Dead lyricist, Robert Hunter. For over 25 years, he has been a performer for the Bread & Roses organization, providing music to isolated audiences. Additionally, he teaches guitar to underprivileged Latino youth, as well as inmates at San Quentin Prison.

Wednesday April 29th

Doobie Decibel System

Jason Crosby and Roger McNamee formed a duo called “Doobie Decibel System” (DDS). As the Dewey Decimal System organizes library materials by discipline or field of study, the Doobie Decibel System throws its diverse musical talents together to create riffs and songs that cross genre and generation.


Each Tuesday we are thrilled to donate 10% to local groups working to support our community.   For more information, or to nominate a group, please contact

April 7th – San Anselmo Preschool and Afterschool

SAPS 2014The San Anselmo Preschool and Afterschool is committed to the growth of each child in an emotionally supportive environment that encourages self-acceptance and self-exploration.  Learn more at


April 14th – The Watershed Project

The Watershed Project’s vision is “people committed to a healthy San Francisco Bay watershed.” Since 1997, they have pursued that vision through initiatives that:
Restore and preserve our unique, local ecosystems
Give students, teachers and volunteers the tools to preserve healthy watersheds
Bring a watershed perspective to the urban environment
Support grassroots watershed organizations
Nurture young people who aspire to environmental careers working for positive change in our Bay Area communities.  Located in Richmond, CA, you can find out more at

April 21st – Friends of Corte Madera Creek Watershed

Friends of Corte Madera Creek Watershed, an all-volunteer, non-profit organization, was founded in 1995 to protect the remaining natural ecosystems of the area, especially those relating to urbanized creeks and wetlands, and where possible to increase the diversity of these ecosystems. They recognize that all activities – human and natural – within a watershed are interconnected, so that a wide range of issues must be addressed to meet our goals. Friends encourages residents and businesses to adopt creek-friendly practices, and works with local governments and public agencies to advocate for policies that benefit natural ecosystems. Hands-on activities are focused on creek clean-ups and habitat enhancement projects on public property.  Find out more at

April 28th – San Anselmo Cooperative Nursery School

SACNS_logoFounded originally in 1947 as the Fairfax Community Nursery School, the San Anselmo Co-Op is celebrating its 65th year in operation. Except for the faces of the children and their parents, since then little has changed. The goal of the preschool is to foster physical, emotional, intellectual, social and spiritual growth in each child.  The school provides a unique experience for families who wish to be involved in their children’s education and learn alongside them. By sharing parenting issues, insights, joys and struggles, parents gain a sense of community with one another and a greater understanding of their own child’s development. Through their participation, parents create the kind of school they desire for their children. Their many talents, strengths and interests provide the energy that fuels the school. By relying on parent ingenuity, teamwork and labor, we keep fees low and the school available to a wide spectrum of people.  Find out more at

We’ll see you at the pub!

— The Iron Springs Team