Category Archives : Beers

Our glorious beers and ales.


Cranial Disharmony

Cranial Disharmony refers to the bonk you get on your head from falling off your bike and cracking your helmet. It also refers to our latest Brown style ale heavily infused with whole bean Mocha Java from local roaster Equator Coffee. Buzz buzz, buzz buzz in the eardrum»


2016 Winterscotch

A Scotch-style Ale we brew annually just in time for the holiday’s. This year’s 2016 Winterscotch is medium to full bodied, tawny in color, and has a light smoky cherry pipe tobacco character. The balanced lingering finish carries a mild toasted caramel flavor followed by a clean malt balance. Also a limited availability in bottles to go!»


Jam Session IPA

Session-style India Pale Ale brewed in collaboration with our friends at Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael. Light hoppy pale ale brewed with a touch of Rye malt and aggresively hopped in the late additions with Mosaic and Cascade hops to give it a spicy and very citrusy flavor and finish.»


Sless’ Oatmeal Stout

*WINNER, GOLD AWARD, 2008 & 2014 WORLD BEER CUP, OATMEAL STOUT*

*WINNER, GOLD MEDAL, 2016 GREAT AMERICAN BEER FESTIVAL, OATMEAL 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.»


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.»


Epiphany Red Ale

*WINNER, BRONZE AWARD 2006 AND GOLD AWARD 2016 WORLD BEER CUP, AMERICAN RED 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! Wheat free.»


JC Flyer I.P.A.   Recently updated !

A Fairfax favorite! We call this “The County” style IPA. Laid back, not too bitter, but sassy like a local. Late hop additions are Galaxy and Citra. Goes great in a hot tub or after yoga.»