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- July Give Back Tuesdays©
Come Get Your Crowler!
We are now filling 32 oz. crowlers filled with any Iron Springs beer at the pub! What’s a crowler? It’s a Thirst Repair Kit – a 32 oz. can filled on the spot with the beer of your choice. Great for hiking, biking, or throwing in your car for a Marin spring adventure.
Open for Lunch and Dinner 7 Days a Week
We are now open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner! We’ll be pairing this with all day happy hour and fish and chips on Mondays. Now there’s a winning combo!
Reservations for Smaller Parties Now Accepted
Iron Springs has revised its reservation policy – we now take reservations for parties of 4 or more, so make yours today!
Join our brewery team at these fabulous summer beer festivals!
July 12th – Cato’s Alehouse in Oakland, Iron Springs and Benoit Casper BC collaboration Tap Takeover 4pm
July 15th – The Breastfest @ Fairground Island in The Marin Center 1-5PM
July 22nd – Ales for ALS festival @ Faction BC Alameda 1-5PM
July 22nd – Marinwood Summer Brewfest @ Marinwood Park San Rafael 2-7PM
July Beer Releases
July 1st – Highly Decent Double IPA
Our Ales for ALS beer which is a single hop blend of nine different varieties curated by Loftus Ranches specifically for the use in beers made for Ales for ALS. 8% ABV
July 3rd – Cherry GOSE ‘Round
A salted tart wheat ale brewed with over sixty pounds of fresh Bing Cherries. 4.5% ABV
July 5th – #nowtrending IPA
A New England-style unfiltered hazy IPA. 6.9% ABV
July 7th – In The Clear IPA
A collaboration beer we brewed with and at Benoit Casper Brewing in Richmond. A filtered New England-style IPA with a west coast twist. Approx 6.5% ABV
Other Seasonals on Tap
Jam Session IPA – A hoppy rye pale collaboration with Terrapin Crossroads. 5.3% ABV.
All You Can Wheat – Hop forward American Wheat Ale. 6.5% ABV.
Socially Hopward IPA – A West coast-style IPA.
Mid to Late July – Mo’ Money! Mosaic!
Mosaic single hopped session pale ale, 4.9% ABV
Early August – Screaming Eagle
American light lager, 4.3% ABV
Mid-August – Saaz Hands
West coast dry-hopped Pilsner-style lager, 5% ABV
September 20th – Hopositive Strong Pale
Big Oatmeal Pale Ale hopped with Sorachi Ace and Citra, 7.5% ABV
Follow us on Facebook for exact cask tapping dates, times, & flavors, or go to our web calendar at www.ironspringspub.com. After 10 pints of cask ale, you will receive a commemorative cask glassware only available by having your cask card punched.
On Friday July 14th we’ll be pouring something hoppy and strong, IPA-style dry-hopped in the cask with Belma hops. 6.5%-8% ABV.
Gluten Free & Vegan Options at the Pub
We are pleased to remind everyone who may have dietary needs or constraints that Iron Springs has plenty of options for you. Here are some choices:
All of our salads can be made with Balsamic or Sherry vinaigrette which are vegan and wheat free. Our sandwiches, burgers and tacos are gladly made Paleo Style in hearty lettuce wraps. Our French fryer is celiac safe and uses 100% NON GMO rice oil. Our Stuffed Chile is wheat free and can be made vegan without cheese or sour cream. The Beans and Greens plate on the dinner menu is now wheat free and can also be made Vegan without the addition of Parmesan cheese. Iron Springs is also happy to work around your dietary needs to provide you with an exceptional meal. Don’t hesitate to ask!
Please send booking inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Music starts at 8pm.
Wednesday July 5th
North Shore Railroad
Featuring local talent and Iron Springs staff member Josh Graves, plus Rich Winter, Rebecca Chourre, Henry Kyburg, Marquesa Versola, and JT John. Soul funk dance band.
Wednesday July 12th
Howling Coyote Tour
Welcome the 2017 Howling Coyote Tour, an original singer-songwriter showcase that is returning to the bay area for its 12th season from the Southwest, introducing bay area music fans to new and established performers from the Southwest region. This year’s tour features Mr. Jonathsn Best (www.jonathanbest.com), an electrifying pianist who’s original songs and well-known covers have toured with David Byrne of The Talking heads & inspired fans young and old with his blend of blues, funk, rock, jazz and originality. The Howling Coyote Tour is also proud to introduce the acoustic multi-instrumentalists Cross-Eyed Possum, who’s about to embark via scholarship to the Berkeley School of Jazz with their infectious fusion of rock, blues, & jazz interpreted with their own brand of jamming performance oriented music. Jim Sobo, the MC and organizer (www.howlingcoyotetour.com) will keep the show moving, a three hour non-stop musical journey we hope you’ll enjoy!
Wednesday July 19th
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 and fiery guitars, all textured with accordion. The music is roots to the core and includes not only originals but also many unique covers.
Wednesday July 26th
High & Lonesome
This exciting new band came to be as the result of a casual jam that revealed a captivating synergy between talented professional musicians. The musical style and the outcome was unexpected – Americana, Alt Country, New Grass & Blues that never forgets where the beat lies. Featuring Ken Graven, John Poultney, Jimmy Johnston, and Andrew Mayo.
JUNE GIVE BACK TUESDAYS®
July 11th – Sleepy Hollow Swim Team
The Sleepy Hollow Swim Team was established in 1971 and competes in the Marin Swim League. With nearly 200 participating families (primarily from San Anselmo and Fairfax), 300+ swimmers ranging from 5 to 18 years old and 23 consecutive MSL Championship title wins (and counting), they have built an incredible community…in and out of the pool. Head Coach Mark Anderson emphasizes and instills Fun, Friendship and Sportsmanship.
July 18th – Fairfax Volunteers
Fairfax Volunteers is a town-sponsored group whose mission is to foster good will in the Town of Fairfax. We plan events and undertake projects to strengthen the community, improve town safety and awareness, and to make living in Fairfax special. Volunteers not only help the community, but we meet our neighbors, make new friends, and have a lot of fun! Get more information at fairfaxvolunteers.org.
July 25th – LAUNCH
We’ll see you at the pub!
— The Iron Springs Team