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Fairfax Festival Weekend is Upon Us!
Fairfax Festival weekend is one of the great events our funky little town puts on for local residents and visitors alike. You’ll find the Iron Springs Ambrewlance in the parade Saturday morning at 10am, and if you’re lucky, you’ll be on the receiving end of our t-shirt cannon (manned by Aaron Altman, age 8, and Michael Altman, of an older age). Then all weekend long get your favorite Iron Springs brew at the Ross Valley Fire Department booth by Bolinas Park…. we’ll be pouring beer and raising money for a great cause. If you need a break, you can also drop into the pub for a local ale and a snack before going to check out some of the killer musical acts at this year’s festival. Check out http://www.fairfaxfestival.com/ for parade info, the full music lineup, and all other information.
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!
Warriors in the NBA Finals
We’ll have the big screen going for all the Warrior’s NBA finals games – come on down and pick up a special edition Iron Springs Warrior’s color shirt for you or your favorite Golden State fan.
Father’s Day at Iron Springs
Bring your dad, your friend’s dad, or anyone you want down to the pub on Father’s Day, June 18th, for some amazing specials and a cold beer (or homemade root beer).
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!
June 8th – Return of the Mo’ Money Mosaic
June 21st – Release of our summer seasonal, the Saison D’ete – in bottles and in draft
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.
Saaz Hands – Czech Style Pilsner. 5% ABV.
Highly Decent IPA (Ales for ALS beer) – A strong pale ale brewed using this year’s Ales for ALS hop blend from Loftus Ranches
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 June 9th just in time for the Fairfax Festival we’ll tap the “Cask on Parade” – a dry-hopped IPA.
Kitchen Seasonal News
Morel mushrooms have sprung now that the snow has melted. King salmon are on their way down too! Spring lamb will make an appearance possibly in an Ale braised shank or even BBQ lamb ribs. We also have been fortunate enough to acquire some tasty American Kobe beef that will visit in the form of a steak carpaccio this June. Keep your eyes peeled for stone fruit as well. Cherries and Apricots are super sweet and delicious this year from the super wet winter.
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 email@example.com. Music starts at 8pm.
Wednesday June 7th
Victors of the YES foundation battle of the bands 2016, Mayfly has been rocking Fairfax for over a year now. With their break out debut, they swept the competition to the cheers of the idolizing and tipsy Ross Valley School District parents dancing in harmony. Kelly Atkins, Rebecca Chourre, Liz Pisco, Henry Kyburg, Matt Palmer, Tommy Casey.
Wednesday June 14th
From the nether-regions of the North Bay come . . . Soulbillies, a hodgepodge of strummers and singers who sing songs about drinking, cheating, and going to hell. Guaranteed to be a little something for everybody.
Wednesday June 21st
Wednesday June 28th
Shakey Zimmerman Acoustic Duo
Shakey Zimmerman brings a fresh, authentic, true-to-form sound to venues throughout California and beyond. The acoustic/electric band is led by Bay Area musician Pat Nevins on guitar, vocals, and harmonica. Shakey Zimmerman pays tribute with the most famous songs and deep cuts of iconic and legendary songwriters Bob Dylan and Neil Young. The songs are carried by Nevins, who has an uncanny ability to channel both Dylan and Young’s trademark voices, while giving them his own stamp. A Shakey Zimmerman show will take you on a ride through the decades.
JUNE GIVE BACK TUESDAYS®
June 6th – LEAP
LEAP (the Lagunitas School District Foundation) is the all-volunteer, nonprofit foundation that develops and sustains resources to benefit all children in the Lagunitas School District.Their small K-8 district focuses on educating the whole child in three unique programs, the elementary Open Classroom and Montessori programs, and the
6th-8th grade Middle School. With a focus on immersive projects, experiential learning, and collaboration, they provide opportunities for their students to explore and express many facets of the curriculum. They encourage teachers to be creative and agile in engaging their classes, so each child finds their own path to achievement. LEAP works to provide opportunities for cross-program collaboration, foster school unity and equity, and support this vibrant culture of learning by raising much needed funds. Learn more at www.leap4education.com.
June 13th – YMCA of Marin
The Marin and Novato Ys serve communities from Sausalito to Novato and all areas in between. They are a volunteer mission-driven organization charged with building strong kids, strong families and strong communities by enriching the lives of all people in spirit, mind and body. The money received from Iron Springs will go for families in need in our community to attend YMCA programs such as, summer camp and child care. Visit their website at http://www.ymcasf.org/marin.
June 20th – Fairfax Open Space
The Fairfax Open Space Committee exists to preserve the visual and environmental values of the community through the purchase of undeveloped land in and around Fairfax. The goal is to provide sanctuary for indigenous flora and fauna for future generations. Find out more at www.fairfaxopenspace.com.
June 27th – Wise Academy
WISE Academy is a non-tuition based, Waldorf-inspired independent study program with classroom based instruction located on 150 wooded acres in Fairfax, CA. For more information or to come on a tour, please visit their website: www.wise-academy.org.
Currently the kitchen is looking for talented enthusiastic, line cooks. Experience is highly recommended. If you know anyone looking for a fantastic place to start their culinary career, send them on over to talk with Chef Alex.
We’ll see you at the pub!
— The Iron Springs Team