Category Archives : Uncategorized

December 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

December 1st – NTSAD

The National Tay-Sachs & Allied Diseases Association (NTSAD) is one of the oldest patient advocacy groups in the country. They focus on funding research, supporting over 500 families and individuals worldwide, and raising awareness to prevent disease.  Today, NTSAD is recognized as a leading non-profit patient group with a demonstrated commitment to service, science and support.  NTSAD gives help and hope to thousands of individuals and families from many backgrounds and ethnicities who have been or are affected by Tay-Sachs, Canavan and related genetic diseases all over the world.  Find out more at»


chocolate Beer month 2015

November Newsletter

Iron Springs Pub and Brewery Bike Logo


  • Brewery News
  • Chocolate Beer Month 2015
  • Winter 4 packs released 11/27
  • New Releases
  • New Labels
  • Casks in November
  • Music for November
  • Veterans Day
    • Complimentary Iron Springs beverage to all our veterans out there
  • Give Back Tuesdays® in November
  • News from The Kitchen
    • New Happy Hour food menu

chocolate Beer month 2015chocolate Beer month 2015


Chocolate Beer Month

We are excited for another year of Chocolate Beer Month in November and we have an incredible selection of chocolate beers once again.  Each Friday in November we will be releasing one house chocolate beer, one guest chocolate beer, and a chocolate infused food special from the Iron Springs kitchen.»

November 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

November 3rd- River Ecology Project

River Otter 2015This Tuesday we’ll be supporting the River Otter Ecology Project.  River Otters have returned to the SF Bay Area, and this is good news for our watersheds!  As wetlands and watersheds are restored, and conservation measures are taken, river otters are able to find food and habitat to thrive once more.  The conditions that make watersheds healthy for otters (clean water, functioning ecosystem, plenty of healthy fish), make them healthy for all of us.  The River Otter Ecology project is a volunteer-run citizen science project providing research, education for adults and children, and lots of volunteer opportunities.  Their mission is to support wetland restoration with research, education and restoration partnerships.  Check out their videos and photos of local river otters at, and type on over to their website at

DrakeMtnBike_Logo 2015

October Newsletter



  • Iron Springs turns 11!!
  • October Events
  • Beer News
    • New labels
    • Casks for October
    • New releases
  • Music for October
  • Give Back Tuesdays® in October
  • News from The Kitchen
    • New Happy Hour food menu


Celebrate with us on October 7th for a night of revelry as we celebrate ELEVEN years in business!!

We will have great music from Lorin Rowan and his band, champagne, and all specials this evening will be $11.11.  We’ll also be giving away 11 free meals to 11 lucky diners on this auspicious day, so don’t miss out!»


Mark Twain’s Summer Ale

According to local folklore, Mark Twain said that the coldest winter he ever spent was a summer he spent in San Francisco. We brewed a heavy Imperial Porter in honor of that. Big chewy chocolate and liquorice black beer for those cold summer days»

September Music

Please send booking inquiries to  Music starts at 8pm except for Thursday September 24th at 8:30.

Wednesday September 2nd

Todos Santos

Todos Santos is Wendy Fitz, Gary Bauman, and Jack Pribble; an acoustic trio created in the small village in Baja California that inspired the name. The band’s sound has been described as “Cantina Americana”, a harmony driven mixture of soaring vocals, fiery guitars, and accordion. The music is roots to the core and includes not only originals but also many unique covers.

Visit their website at:

Voluntary Ale

A second and third running beer made from the mash of the Mark Twain’s Summer Ale. This is more of an northern English Brown Ale with plenty of roast and toast.»