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Fairfax, CA 94930
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Monday - Tuesday:
Open at 4pm
Wednesday - Saturday:
Open at High Noon!
Sunday:
Open starting at 10am for brunch!
The Iron Springs Calendar
Come on down to the Pub for FREE Live Music every Wednesday night, and keep an eye on our calendar for special events:
What’s Pouring

Kent Lake Kolsch
Alsatian Pale Ale
ALS Pale Ale
Saison D'Ete
JC Flyer IPA
Casey Jones Imperial IPA
Epiphany Ale
Anne Marie’s Amber
Fairfax Coffee Porter
Sless' Stimulating Oatmeal Stout
Two Rivers Pomegranate Cider

Guest Beer: Pale Ale from Faction Brewing, Alameda.
Saints Devotion from Lost Abbey, San Marcos.
Baba Organic Black Lager from Uinta, SLC Utah.

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Chalk Art by Elyce Burke

Here’s what’s going on this month at Iron Springs:

July Newsletter from Iron Springs Pub & Brewery

July 8th, 2014

JULY HIGHLIGHTS

•    World Cup Soccer finals schedule
•    Brewery update
o    It’s Ales for ALS month
•    New wine happy hour
•    Music in July
•    July Give Back Tuesdays ®

WORLD CUP SOCCER SCHEDULE

Come join us for World Cup Soccer at the bar!

Tuesday July 8th - Game is at 1:00.  We will open at 1:00 for beers and a limited menu

Wednesday July 9th - Game is at 1:00. We open at NOON

Saturday July 12th - 3rd place game at 1:00.  We open at NOON

Sunday July 13th - World Cup Finals!  Game at 12:00 p.m., we open at 10:00 a.m. for brunch.

BREWERY NEWS

Ales for ALS Month

Iron Springs is proud to be participating for the second year in Ales for ALS month, organized by Hopunion and Loftus Ranches.  This year, 69 breweries from coast to coast are using a special hop blend to brew an Ales for ALS beer and donating a portion of the sales to ALS Therapy Development Institute, the world leader in ALS research.

In 2014 Iron Springs has made the ALS Pale Ale.  $1.00 of every pint of ALS Pale Ale sold will be donated to the fight against ALS. Some come on in and try it, and know that you are supporting a very worthy cause. Check out http://www.alesforals.com to learn more about this project.

In addition, we will be featuring 8 of the 69 nationally brewed beers in July.  At different times we will have ALS beer on tap from:
•    Russian River
•    Bear Republic
•    3rd Street
•    Sierra Nevada
•    Triple Voodoo
•    Drakes
•    Faction

Follow us on Facebook & Twitter for exact release dates of all these great beers.

New Releases

Repack Rye Dubbel

Brewed in honor of the new Mountain Bike Museum being built here in Fairfax, this Belgian Rye is malty & spicy.  Made with caramel rye malt, dark candi sugar, and fermented with a unique trappist yeast.  ABV: 6%

Saison D’ete

A rich, unfiltered golden French farmhouse style Saison brewed with Belgian pilsner and wheat malts hopped delicately with hallertaur hops and spiced with locally foraged Verbena, fennel pollen, and mustard seed.  Just on tap and getting rave reviews.  7% ABV.

Czechered Past Pilsner

One of 4 lagers created at Iron Springs, this traditional Czech Pilsner is crisp, smooth, light, and refreshing. A “porch pounder.” Brewed entirely with imported malts and Saaz hops. 4.5% ABV.

Cask Card Programcask card

Cask Thursday is every other Thursday of the month.  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.

July Casks (All 3 of them!)

July 3rd

Cask of Casey Jones

July 17th

Cask of Casey Jones

July 31st

TBD

OUR HAPPY HOUR JUST GOT HAPPIER!

We’ve expanded happy hour to include specials on our house white and red wine too.  $4.00 pints ($4.25 for Casey), $1.00 off all our fantastic appetizers, and our house red for $5.50 and our house white for $6.50.   All night Monday, 4-6 Tuesday, 12-6 Wednesday through Friday, and 4-6 Saturday and Sunday.

HAVE YOU TRIED OUR SUNDAY BRUNCH?

We love brunch.  Love going to brunch, love eating brunch, and now we love serving brunch!  Did we mention brunch?

We started serving Sunday brunch at the beginning of November and it has taken off like hotcakes!  No pun intended.  Brunch starts every Sunday at 10am.  Don’t miss our Bloody Marys and Mimosas for $6.99 – refills are only $1.  Plus some amazing kitchen specials that will start your day off right.  And there’s never a wait.

JULY MUSIC

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

Wednesday July 9th

Windy Hill

It’s immediately evident at a Windy Hill show that the band is excited about bluegrass music and has big fun picking and singing. Named after the golden hill in Portola Valley, CA that separates the SF Bay Area from the Pacific Ocean, Windy Hill is the new face of bluegrass on the West Coast. With their strong harmony singing, original songwriting and hard-driving banjo, Windy Hill is becoming increasingly well-known – and are winning awards – for their entertaining performances.

Chosen as the California showcase band at the 2012 Grass Valley Bluegrass Festival, Winner of the 2011 Northwest String Summit Band Competition in Oregon, and Winner of the 2010 Emerging Artist of the Year at Bluegrassin’ In the Foothills Festival, Windy Hill has recorded two full-length albums. Released in May 2013, Windy Hill’s second album “Lonesome Garbage Man” features 18 high-powered original tunes that run the gamut of bluegrass styles. The band continues to tour all over the country, winning diverse audience with their enthusiasm for real bluegrass music.  http://windyhillbluegrass.com

Wednesday July 16th

Josh McIntosh – Rattlesnake in the Garden

Wednesday July 23rd

Rusty Stringfield Trio

Born in San Francisco’s Mission District, always a hit at Iron Springs.  This month, we bring you a special treat with longtime pal Mike Henry (Greenstone Quarry, Redhill Derby) joining on guitar and vocals. As always, no song is sacred. Expect a twisted trip from traditional bluegrass to soul, reggae, and arena rock (most likely all at once). Yee-Ha!

Russell Simon – upright bass/vox (Funk Logic, The Push)
Matt Lauer – guitar/vox (Spindrift, Montana Slim)
Ben “Jacobs” – accordion/vox (Poor Man’s Whiskey, Jugtown Pirates)

Wednesday July 30th

Our 9th annual Jerry Garcia Birthday Tribute Show with Lorin Rowan’s Left Coasters

Lorin Rowan – electric guitar/vocals
Ken Emerson – lap steel & electric guitar/ vocals
Eric McCann – bass
Matt Willis – drums

GIVE BACK TUESDAYS ® IN JULY

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 8th – Drake High School Mountain Bike Team

Drake HS MTN NewThe Drake High School Mountain Bike Team is the 2009-2012 California State Champions, and 2004 & 2006, 2009-2014 NorCal High School Mountain Bike Racing League Champions.  They are very excited to have just completed their 12th year of competition in the NorCal League, and their 6th year of competing in the state finals with the new SoCal League.  Check them out at www.drakemtb.org.

July 15th – Marin Organic

Marin Organic logo grey 2014Marin Organic partners with local farms to promote organic agriculture, provide food system education, and increase access to fresh produce for people in need. We provide marketing support for our farmers and help them build relationships with local businesses. In turn, their member farms provide both the locations for our education programs and the extra food that we harvest for hunger relief organizations. Marin Organic is proud to work in partnership with ranchers, farmers, and food producers to provide education on farms, empowering youth with the skills to take control of their “food future,” while also feeding the most vulnerable members of our community.

Marin Organic was founded in 2001 by local farmers and ranchers who believed in creating meaningful standards for organic agriculture. These pioneers began meeting in the late 1990s to craft a vision for our region where agriculture would be environmentally and economically sustainable. Marin County has a rich history of family farms, but like many regions, we were at risk of losing our small farms at the same time that we were witnessing alarming environmental destruction. Thanks to the work of a few dedicated farmers and ranchers, Marin County became the epicenter of the organic farming movement. Today Marin County counts over 33,000 acres of certified organic land, up from only 400. Marin is one of only three counties in California with a moratorium on growing GMOs. 40 farms, ranches, and producers are members of Marin Organic and continue to drive a local, sustainable food movement.  Find out more at http://www.marinorganic.org.

July 22nd – Ceres Community Project of Marin

Ceres LogoAt The Ceres Community Project, their goal is to restore whole foods to their place as the primary foundation for long-term health, and to build the networks of relationship among all members of our community that support happier and healthier lives.

Ceres’ Marin project has been creating a healthy community around whole, sustainable food since the fall of 2010. They do it by bringing local teens into the kitchen, connecting them with healthy food knowledge and real cooking skills, and giving them a chance to learn and to give back to their larger community. They’ve prepared thousands of delicious, nourishing, free meals that sustain Marin families who are struggling with the challenges of serious illness such as cancer. Each week colorful meal bags are packed with these carefully crafted meals and delivered by caring volunteers to Marin client families.  Find out more at http://marin.ceresproject.org.

July 29th – Marin County Library FLAGship Program

FLAGship busThe FLAGship, a mobile library and activity center on wheels, is a favorite for kids and adults alike.  Storytimes, kids’ songs, games, puppets, crafts and other fun kindergarten-readiness activities are presented to children and modeled for adults. The FLAGship offers education and health workshops to adults and their children 0 to 5 years old. Referrals and brochures about family health and education opportunities are always available. www.marinlibrary.org/flagship.

 

We’ll see you at the pub!

– The Iron Springs Team

 

 

 

May Newsletter from Iron Springs Pub & Brewery

May 2nd, 2014

MAY HIGHLIGHTS

•    SLESS’ STIMULATING STOUT WINS GOLD AT THE 2014 WORLD BEER CUP!!!!  Voted best Oatmeal Stout in the WORLD! World Beer Cup 2014

•  New beer releases

•   Cinco De Mayo celebration

•    Mother’s day May 11th- make your reservation now!

•    Open for lunch on Memorial Day May 26th

•    May Music

•    Give Back Tuesday line up for  May

BREWERY NEWS

A big congratulations to the brewing team for taking gold at the 2014 World Beer Cup for the Sless’ Stimulating Stout – voted best Oatmeal Stout in the WORLD!  The boys are on a roll in 2014 so far, a gold this spring for the Compulsory, and now a gold for the Sless Stout.  We couldn’t be prouder of our team!

New Releases

La Guapa Mexican Vienna Lager

A little history on this beer (courtesy of Jay Brooks):

So how did Vienna lager land in Mexico? On April 10, 1864, Napoleon III of France appointed Maximilian I — one of the Austro-Hungarian empire’s Habsburgs — emperor of Mexico. He was the only ruler in the Second Mexican Empire, and his rule was short-lived. He was overthrown by Benito Juarez just three years later.

But in terms of beer, his influence continues to this day because Maximilian I’s entourage included a number of Austrian brewers, notably Santiago Graf. Many of these Austrian brewers continued to brew in Mexico even after Maximilian was executed, and they greatly influenced the development of Mexico’s brewing industry.

Czechered Past Pilsner

This fan favorite makes its return!  Crisp, smooth, light and refreshing.  A porch pounder.

Cask Card Program

cask cardCask Thursday is every other Thursday of the month.  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 that is only available by having your cask card punched.

May Casks

Thursday May 8th - Vanilla Porter  (our house Porter infused with fresh vanilla bean)

 

SPECIAL DATES IN MAY

Cinco de Mayo

Monday May 5th is right around the corner and we’ll be celebrating with some great specials – see below!

Cinco De Mayo Menu

Cerveceria Refritos Fundidos

Dark Ale & house made chorizo stewed Pinto bean dip, Quesos Asadero, Cotija & Oaxaca, smoked paprika, roasted chilies, sour cream, corn tostaditas

Suggested Pairing: Casey Jones XX IPA

Crudo Cola Amarilla

Spicy Yellowfin (Ahi) tuna tartar, Haas avocado, red onion, cilantro, lemon juice, avocado oil, plantain crisps, red Fresno chilies

Suggested Pairing: Anne Marie’s Amber

Picadillo Taco Salad

Giant tortilla bowl; tomato braised beef & pork, black beans, red rice, shaved lettuce, pico de gallo, guacamole, sour cream, pickled chilies, Queso Fresco

Suggested Pairing: Naughty Redhead – Dunkelweizen

Pt. Reyes Farmstead Cheese Enchiladas

Pt, Reyes Farmstead Toma cheese, flour tortillas, salsa verde, roasted red chili – tomato sofrito, Barracho beans & cheese, Spanish coleslaw

Suggested Pairing: Die Kraft Roggenbier

Crispy Steak Tacos (2)

Rare roasted & shaved Filet of beef, crispy corn taco shells, smoked tomato salsa, Napa cabbage – Chayote slaw, Bellwether Farm’s Sheep’s milk ricotta, rice & beans Suggested

Pairing: Iron Springs Amber Lager

Mother’s Day

Treat your mom to a special brunch on Sunday, May 11th for Mother’s Day. We open at 10am!

Mother’s Day Brunch Menu

Croque Madame

Giant hand made whole butter croissant, shaved Kurabota ham, Cave aged Gruyere cheese, creamy Bechamel sauce, soft fried Triple T Ranch duck egg, petite green salad

Chuck Steak & Eggs

Pan seared Natural Angus hamburger steak, fried egg, country potatoes, English muffin, roasted tomato salsa, grilled red onions

Stuffed French Toast

Vanilla – cinnamon custard dipped egg brioche, lemon – ricotta cheese filling, powdered sugar, Vermont maple syrup

Alehouse Chilaquiles (Chee-lah-Kee-lahz)

Corn tostaditas, scrambled eggs, black beans, Epiphany Ale cheddar fondue, red pepper -tomato sofrito, pico de gallo, guacamole, sour cream, napkins

765 Combo

(2) strips of Cherrywood smoked bacon, (2) pork sausage links, English Pub muffin,
two eggs, Fingerling potato home fries

Bay Shrimp Eggs Benedict

English muffin, poached eggs, fresh Oregon bay shrimp, tomato, wild arugula & shaved fennel salad, Sauce Bearnaise

Fairfax Asparagus Florentine

English muffin, grilled California asparagus, Bloomsdale spinach, Beefsteak tomato, fried Muscovy duck egg, Meyer lemon Hollandaise sauce

MAY MUSIC

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

Wednesday May 7th

Loyal Rose

Loyal Rose is a folk jam band, bringing together talented musicians from varying musical backgrounds. Their recipe for a full dance floor and tasty jams is one part boogie train beat, one part acoustic rock, flavored with a bit of groovy zydeco – the ‘Original West County Sound’. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Wednesday May 14th

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 May 21st

Deadicated Maniacs

Founded in 2007, The Dedicated Maniacs are a group of Bay Area musicians inspired by the Psychedelic Cowboy and Roots music of the New Riders of the Purple Sage, Grateful Dead, The Band, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, David Nelson Band, Willie Nelson, & Gram Parsons to name a few. Whether performing acoustic or electric they actively utilize their improvisational and general weirdness skills to reinterpret the classic Americana and country roots-rock genre.  The Dedicated Maniacs’ shows are high energy events. With compelling songwriting and a broad selection of choice covers in the cosmic country genre, these guys will remind you just why the New Riders of the Purple Sage were the perfect opening act for the Grateful Dead.

Wednesday May 28th

Rusty Evans & Ring of Fire – The Worlds Finest Johnny Cash Tribute

Rockabilly Hall of Famer Rusty Evans and his band Ring of Fire have been burning up the California festival circuit with his rollicking tribute to country music icon Johnny Cash.
With a voice of rolling thunder and a spirit like gentle rain Rusty has been wowing audiences from Nashville to San Francisco with his stunning tribute to the “Man In Black”. His weighted drawl doles out molasses-coated syllables, putting an upbeat spin on less than optimistic situations. Lending his own touch to world famous songs Rusty honors the Man in Black with soulful honesty and exuberance.  Driving rhythms on his amplified acoustic Martin guitar are augmented by his energetic three-piece band Ring of Fire. A hot rockin’ lead guitar, driving bass and drums create the powerful and irresistible Johnny Cash signature sound, a pulse that drives folks right to the dance floor. People often comment on how much Rusty actually looks like the Man in Black. He’s honored by the compliment and destined to continue in the spirit of the country music legend he holds in such high regard.
When asked how he first came to sing with such conviction the songs of Johnny Cash, Rusty replies, “I met the Man in Black in the 1960′s and was totally inspired, not to mention that Bob Dylan once told me long ago I sounded like Cash.”

HAVE YOU TRIED OUR SUNDAY BRUNCH?

We love brunch.  Love going to brunch, love eating brunch, and now we love serving brunch!  Did we mention brunch?

We started serving Sunday brunch at the beginning of November and it has taken off like hotcakes!  No pun intended.  Brunch starts every Sunday at 10am.  Don’t miss our Bloody Marys and Mimosas for $6.99 – refills are only $1.  Plus some amazing kitchen specials that will start your day off right.  And there’s never a wait.

GIVE BACK TUESDAYS IN MAY

daylight foods  Starting in January of 2014 we are partnering with Daylight Foods, who will match an additional 5% of the 10% we give back on Tuesdays on the months that we support the YES Foundation.   For more information, or to nominate a group, please contact anne@ironspringspub.com.

In May we will be supporting the YES Foundation, which provides support to the Ross Valley School District for programs like art, library, and music that otherwise wouldn’t have enough funding.  Find out more at www.yestokids.org.  We also have two special YES nights in May:

Tuesday May 13, 2014

It’s celebrity waiter’s night featuring the teachers from Brookside Elementary School.

Tuesday May 27, 2014

Join us for a special White Hill Jazz Band Concert.

We’ll see you at the pub!

– The Iron Springs Team

 

 

 

March News from Iron Springs Pub & Brewery

March 10th, 2014

MARCH HIGHLIGHTS

•    Fairfax Brewfest is upon us!

•    We are open for lunch AND dinner on St. Patty’s Day with corned beef and cabbage for everyone

•    Our annual Brewed and Cultured Event

•    Compulsory Triple IPA takes Gold!

•    Batch 1000 is brewing

•    Return of the Crippla’

•    Cask Card Program

•    March Music Madness

•    Sunday Brunch COUPON- buy one entree, get one for free for the month of March

•    Give Back Tuesdays for March

 

 

FAIRFAX BREWFEST

Fairfax Brewfest 2014In Fairfax, we know spring is finally in the air when it’s time for the Fairfax Brewfest.  This year, the brewfest celebrates its 19th annual year on Saturday March 15th from 1-5pm.  Put on by the Fairfax Chamber of Commerce, this amazing event features some of the finest beers in the Bay Area pouring for your pleasure right in your backyard at the Fairfax Pavilion.  We are proud to be the host brewery and will be pouring our favorites.  Tickets are $30 in advance, $40 at the door.  You can buy them at the pub through Friday, March 14th – cash or check only please.  We will see you there!

 

 

ST. PATTY’S DAY MERRIMENT AT IRON SPRINGS

We’ll be doing ourselves up in green to celebrate St. Patty’s Day on Monday March 17th at Iron Springs.  We’ll be opening at noon to start serving up some of the tastiest Corned Beef & Cabbage west of the Mississippi.  But once it’s gone it’s gone! So come early.

Other items Chef Alex has in store for specials on St. Patty’s day:

Gaelic Fries
Thick cut Burbank Russet potato wedges, melted Irish Dubliner cheese, Cowgirl Creme Fraiche, Irish bacon, green onions

Crispy Fried Lake Smelt
Whole tiny fried fish, lemon caper remoulade, citrus wedge, herbs

Scottish Smoked Salmon Salad
Scottish salmon gravlax, Sausalito Farms watercress, wild arugula, potato bread croutons, torpedo onion, shaved fennel, radish, Goddess dressing

Iron Springs Cottage Pie
House ground local lamb & veal, English peas, carrots, mushrooms, onions, Oatmeal Stout – tomato & meat Ragu, whipped potato crust

Did we remind you about reservations?………. make yours now!

 

BREWED AND CULTURED RETURNS TO IRON SPRINGS

Every once and while we like to get a little classy over at the pub.  Join us this year on Thursday, March 20th, for our third annual Brewed and Cultured night, featuring artisan cheeses paired with some of our finest beers.  See the menu below:

2 Artisan Cheeses paired with 2 Handcrafted Ales

Barinaga Ranch Tziki (Raw Sheep’s Milk)
Aged 3-6 months, bright, grassy, crisp milk sugars
Paired with Helles Angels Lager  5% ABV
Light bodied, crisp, delicate balance of hop & malt

Cowgirl Creamery Red Hawk (Pasteurized Cow’s Milk)
Washed rind triple cream, pungent nose, rich creamery finish
Paired with Casey Jones Imperial IPA  9% ABV

 

BREWERY NEWS

Compulsory Triple IPA Takes the Gold at the Bistro IPA Festival

A big congratulations to the brewing team for taking home the gold medal at the Bistro IPA Festival in Hayward with our triple IPA -The Compulsory.   There were some extremely high quality entries and the brewers nailed it!

Our 1000th Batch of Beer is Heading to the Tank

10 years, 1,000 batches of beer.  This is an auspicious occasion.  Mike himself, who brewed batch 1, will be brewing batch 1,000 on Wednesday March 12th along with Anne (of Anne Marie’s Amber fame, the “force behind the brewer”), head brewer Christian, and there is even rumor of a guest appearance by the only other head brewer in these past 10 years, Coley Thinnes.  Come on down and share a pint and join the party.  We couldn’t have done it without all your support.  For batch 1,000 we have decided to brew a RoggenBier, a German dark rye beer fermented with a Weizen yeast.  This Millenium Ale will be available for consumption in April.  We will then age a few kegs for our 10 year anniversary throwdown in the fall of 2014.

Other New and Very Soon Releases

For all you Crippla’ fans out there, she’s back baby!!  Just recently tapped, we will have 2 full batches to satiate all you Crippla’ groupies – and you know who you are.

We also are now pouring the Helles Angels Lager (A Helles Style lager).  Light and refreshing.

Cask Card Program

Cask Thursday is every other Thursday of the month.  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 that is only available by having your cask card punched.

March Casks

Thursday March 13th: Cask of the Crippla!

Thursday March 27th: Cask of Anne Marie’s Amber

Welcome to Richard!

We wanted to welcome the newest member to the Iron Springs brewing team, Richard Angeles.  If you see him delivering our tasty beer around the Bay Area, give him a shout.

MARCH MUSIC

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

Wednesday March 12th

Loyal Rose

Loyal Rose is a folk jam band, bringing together talented musicians from varying  musical backgrounds. Their recipe for a full dance floor and tasty jams is one part boogie train beat, one part acoustic rock, flavored with a bit of groovy zydeco – the ‘Original West County Sound’. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Wednesday March 19th

Gary Gates Band

Gary`s original songs and popular covers include solid grooves, catchy tunes, and extended jams that take the audience on lively musical journeys.
In 1976, Gary toured as the opening act for Neil’s legendary Northern California Bar Tour. As a member of the popular Loma Mar Store Band, later Rhythm Method, and now fronting a band of his own name, Gary has picked up more and more fans and admirees over the decades.

Wednesday March 26th

Sounds of Freedom Project featuring Jose Neto

Featuring the Rowan Brothers -  Chris & Lorin with special guests singer/songwriter Mark Moore and guitarist Jose Neto.  An acoustic evening of Rowan Brothers (www.rowanbrothers.com) Americana music with classic vocal harmonies and backed by virtuoso guitarist Jose Neto (www.joseneto.com), Fairfax local resident and longtime guitarist for Stevie Winwood. Mark Moore is a Marin County songwriter who has recorded several CDs of his music with Jose Neto producing.  Mark’s currently recording his new CD (think Crosby,Stills & Nash) with the brothers Chris & Lorin backing on guitars and vocals, as well as Jose producing and on guitar too. Several of Mark’s new songs are being showcased with this exciting ensemble of musicians. Jose will be joining the brothers as they perform songs from their rich catalogue of original music with a few ‘classic rock’ songs thrown in the mix.

 

HAVE YOU TRIED OUR SUNDAY BRUNCH? TRY THIS COUPON

We love brunch.  Love going to brunch, love eating brunch, and now we love serving brunch!  Did we mention brunch?

We started serving Sunday brunch at the beginning of November and it has taken off like hotcakes!  No pun intended.  Brunch starts every Sunday at 10am.  Don’t miss our Bloody Marys and Mimosas for $6.99 – refills are only $1.  Plus some amazing kitchen specials that will start your day off right.  And there’s never a wait.

If you haven’t tried our brunch, we don’t want you to miss out!  For the month of March, bring in a copy of this newsletter to receive a second brunch entree for free when you buy one brunch entree.   Good only through the end of March, 2014. 

 

NEW EXTENDED HAPPY HOUR WILL MAKE YOUR MARCH HAPPIER

New happy hour

Wednesday-Friday from noon-6:00 p.m. you can now enjoy an extended happy hour.  $4.00 pints and $1.00 off all our fantastic appetizers.  Happy hour now runs as follows:

Monday: 4-close

Tuesday 4-6

Wednesday 12-6

Thursday 12-6

Friday 12-6

Saturday 4-6

Sunday 4-6

 

GIVE BACK TUESDAYS

daylight foodsWe are both sad and happy that we have a new Give Back Tuesdays partner.  Marin-Sonoma Produce has been supporting our Give Back Tuesdays for almost 2 years, and we have really appreciated working with Mike and doing more good for the community.  Starting in January of 2014, though, we’ll be partnering with Daylight Foods, who will match an additional 5% of the 10% we give back every Tuesday.  For more information, or to nominate a group, please contact anne@ironspringspub.com.

In March we will be supporting the YES Foundation, which provides support to the Ross Valley School District for programs like art, library, and music that otherwise wouldn’t have enough funding.  Find out more at www.yestokids.org.  We also have two special YES nights in March:

Tuesday March 11, 2014

It’s celebrity waiter’s night featuring the teachers from Manor Elementary School.

Tuesday March 25, 2014

It’s celebrity waiter’s night featuring the teachers from Hidden Valley Elementary School.

Ever want your teachers to wait on you? Now is your chance!

We’ll see you at the pub!

– The Iron Springs Team