Welcome to fall! We’re not ready to go just yet here in Fairfax, so come down for a pint for a hot fall day, or try something different for a crisp cool night. Beer here!
New Beer Releases
Oktoberfest – 9/15 – Our annual 6.3% German Marzen-style Amber Munich Lager. Lagered over five weeks. 6.3% ABV. Available in steins and glasses, with an Oktoberfest friendly fare to much on while you enjoy.
Hopositive – 9/21. Our bi-annual strong oatmeal pale ale hopped aggressively with Sorachi Ace and Citra hops that gives this beer a huge tropical and lemon dill flavor. Now in bottles as well as on draft only in the fall by popular demand!
Other Seasonals on Tap
- Jarrylo’s In Different Area Codes – Single Hopped Session Pale with bright lemon and cedar notes- 4.9% ABV
- Ambitionz Az A Citrah – Single Hopped Session Pale with hints of grapefruit, lime and passionfruit – 4.9% ABV
- Czechered Past Pilsner – 4.9% ABV
- Saison D’Ete – Farmhouse Session – 4.75% ABV
- Midnight Kolsch – Black Beer collaboration with the Good Hop in Oakland – 4.5% ABV
- Three Tun Titan Stout – Coffee Stout – 7.5% ABV
Major Science IPA – after 9/24
Huckleberry Gose – after 9/24
We are moving our casks to Fridays! Join us on the next Firkin Friday. 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 September 16th we’ll be featuring a cask of Buddha’s Hand IPA. Don’t know what a Buddha’s Hand is? Click here for more info and prepare to be amazed.
September Brewery Events
Join our brewers and find our brews at these fine events!
September 10th – Summit Beer Fest on the Capitol Mall – Sacramento
September 18th – Fairfax Town Picnic
September 24th – Tiburon Taps
September 25th – San Anselmo Country Day Fair
September 23rd – 25th – Eat Real Festival, Jack London Square, Oakland
We will be closing early at 6:30 for a private party on Saturday September 17th.
MORE BIKE PARKING FOR ALL
In our efforts to promote environmental ways to get to the pub, we’ve worked with the Fairfax Town Council to convert one of our front parking spaces into a bike corral. Bike on down and check it out! We have implemented a bike lock check out program so you can enjoy a cold beverage knowing that your bike is safe and secure locked up out front! Just ask for a loaner lock at the bar. Please send any feedback on the new corral to email@example.com.
Please send booking inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Music starts at 8pm.
Wednesday September 7th – Grateful Bluegrass Boys Duo
A stripped down version featuring Aaron Redner & David Thom
Wednesday September 14th – Parlor Parade
Three Friends playing in the living room. Patrick (Tender Mercies, The Patrick Winningham Band, One Horse Down), Chris (One Horse Down) and Dan (MSLI Band, Hoot N Danny, J.Russo Band) invite you to take your shoes off and sit a spell. American Explosion.
Wednesday September 21st – 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 September 28th – Savannah Blu
Making their home in Northern California, Savannah Blu is a powerful contemporary bluegrass band with soulful vocals and driving rhythm. Savannah pushes bluegrass far beyond its rural roots with originals that resonate from traditional bluegrass soul and demonstrate a mastery of imaginative creativity. Savannah Blue approaches music with high spirits and boundless energy refusing to sit still.
Savannah Blu’s signature sound stems from their emphasis on original material, inspired by each member’s influences. Besides the splendid playing and singing, their music will certainly leave an indelible image in your memory.
SEPTEMBER GIVE BACK TUESDAYS®
September 6th – Environmental Action Committee of West Marin
The Environmental Action Committee of West Marin is a tenacious, highly effective grassroots advocacy organization founded in 1971 that is dedicated to the protection and appreciation of West Marin’s wild lands, wildlife, wilderness, watersheds, and rural character. EAC works for clean air, pure waters, healthy ecosystems, a diverse and thriving native flora and fauna, and the preservation of a rural, community spirit. Find out more at www.eacmarin.org.
September 13th – Marin Charitable
Marin Charitable provides grants to organizations that offer critical support, education and enrichment for school-aged children in Marin County who have limited opportunities. Find out more at http://www.marincharitable.org.
September 20th – Bread and Roses
Bread & Roses Presents is pleased to return to Iron Springs for Give Back Tuesday on September 20th. Bread & Roses is dedicated to uplifting the human spirit by providing free, live, quality entertainment to people who live in institutions or are otherwise isolated from society. Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Beth Marlin, along with Scott Wild on percussion, will perform from 7:30-9:30pm. Visit www.breadandroses.org for more info.
September 27th – West Marin Youth Soccer League
The WMYSL has been introducing the world’s beautiful game to kids from San Anselmo to Bolinas for more than 25 years! Their primary goal is to provide kids of all ages in all of West Marin with a positive introduction and exposure to the game of soccer by teaching the fundamental skills of the sport, fair play and good sportsmanship in a fun, supportive and safe environment. While attempting to instill a love for the game they also aim at promoting health and fitness as well as teamwork and camaraderie. They are a 501(c) non profit and depend on parent volunteers to run the league. Find out more at https://westmarinyouthsoccerleague.com.
We’ll see you at the pub!
— The Iron Springs Team