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July News and Music

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JULY HIGHLIGHTS

  • More Bike Parking for All
  • Brewery News
  • Music for July
  • Give Back Tuesdays®

MORE BIKE PARKING FOR ALL

In our efforts to promote environmental ways to get to the pub, we’ve worked with the Fairfax Town Council to convert one of our front parking spaces into a bike corral.   Bike on down and check it out! We have also implemented a bike lock program. Just ask at the bar to borrow a lock during your stay, so you can enjoy a cold beverage knowing that your bike is safe and secure locked up out front!  Please send any feedback on the new corral to info@ironspringspub.com.

BREWERY NEWS

saison jpegRelease of the Saison D’ete

Our bottled summer seasonal, the Saison D’ete, is available now for your drinking pleasure.  This 4.7% petit Saison is dry hopped with Mosaic hops and is perfect for your summer barbeque or festival!  Available in bottles or on draft.

New Beer Releases

Highly Decent Strong Ale –  Our Ales for ALS double IPA.  For every pint sold Iron Springs will donate $1 to Ales for ALS. 8% ABV.

When tha ACE Drops –  Session Pale Ale hopped with Sorachi Ace – tropical.  Part of our Hip Hoppy Compilation.  4.9% ABV.

Other Seasonals on Tap

  • Boom Boom Blonde – a spicy light blonde ale, 4.5% ABV.

Coming Soon

TBD collaboration beer with The Good Hop in Oakland.  Black Ale made with Kolsch yeast.

July Casks

We are moving our casks to Fridays!  Join us on the next Firkin Friday.  Follow us on Facebook for exact cask tapping dates, times, & flavors, or go to our web calendar acask cardt www.ironspringspub.com.  After 10 pints of cask ale, you will receive a commemorative cask glassware only available by having your cask card punched.

Friday 7/15 – TBD

July Brewery Events

Join our brewers at these fine events!

Saturday, July 16thBreastfest at Marin Civic Center

Saturday, July 23rd Ales for ALS festival at Faction Brewing 

JULY MUSIC

Please send booking inquiries to booking@ironspringspub.com.  Music starts at 8pm.

Wednesday July 13th – Matt Jaffe

Wednesday July 20th – 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 July 27th – Honeysuckle Rogues

We’re excited for the debut of a new band with Barry Sless on pedal steel, Danny Uzi singin’ and pickin’ guitars., Amy Gervais singin’, Daniel J Duffin on bass and Michael Pinkham on drums. singin’ and playin’ guitars. A night of CLASSIC COUNTRY MUSIC.

JULY GIVE BACK TUESDAYS®

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 anne@ironspringspub.com.

July 5th – Trips for Kids

TFK_Logo_Clr_revisedTrips for Kids® is a 501(c)3 nonprofit based in San Rafael, California. Founded in 1988, they now operate in over 80 locations throughout the United States, Canada, Israel and Sierra Leone. Their mission is to provide transformative cycling experiences for underserved youth. Through their signature Rides and Earn-A-Bike programs, they have opened the world of cycling to over 150,000 youth. These programs aim to build self-esteem, inspire healthy lifestyles and instill environmental values. They also operate The Re-Cyclery Bike Shop that sells affordably-priced, repurposed bikes, parts, accessories and clothing to the general public. For more information, please visit them at www.tripsforkids.org/marin.

July 12th – Huckleberry Youth Programs

huckleberry 2016Huckleberry’s mission is to educate, inspire, and support under served youth to develop healthy life choices, to maximize their potential, and to realize their dreams. Since 1967, they have accomplished this by providing San Francisco and Marin youth and their families with a network of services and opportunities by caring peers and adults. Find out more at www.huckleberryyouth.org.

July 19th – SummerAde

summeradelogo2016SummerAde pairs high school volunteers with children with special needs to aid them during their week at a summer day camp.  Children with disabilities, who would otherwise be unable to attend summer day camp, are offered additional social and/or physical support to ensure a rewarding week.  SummerAde teen mentors gain insight into the world of children with special needs with specific training and gain valuable community service experience.  Parents of these children are provided precious respite from their caregiving responsibilities. The program is based in Corte Madera and serves students primarily from Marin County.  Find out more at http://summerade.org.

July 26th – Marin County Bicycle Coalition

MCBC_Logo_2016The Marin County Bicycle Coalition (MCBC) has been steadily improving our county’s road and path facilities for walkers and bikers since they were formed 1998. You’ve seen the impact of our advocacy efforts in each of our towns: permanent bike racks, bike lane striping, green-and-white bike route signs, road resurfacing, ‘sharrow’ road stencils, and so much more.  Their goal is for 20% of all trips in Marin to be made by walking or bicycling by 2020. Visit them online at www.marinbike.org.

 

We’ll see you at the pub!

— The Iron Springs Team