Pub Hours
765 Center Boulevard
Fairfax, CA 94930
(415) 485-1005
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Open 7 days a Week!
Monday - Tuesday:
Open at 4pm
Wednesday - Saturday:
Open at High Noon!
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
Die Kraft 1000 Roggenbier
The Crippla'
JC Flyer IPA
Casey Jones Imperial IPA
Naughty Redhead Dunkelweizen
Epiphany Ale
Anne Marie’s Amber
Fairfax Coffee Porter
Sless' Stimulating Oatmeal Stout
Two Rivers Pomegranate Cider
Faction Brewing: Two Hop Collaboration
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Chalk Art by Elyce Burke

Here’s what’s on tap at The Pub presently:

Kent Lake Kolsch:

Our rendition of this classic from Cologne is brewed with all German
ingredients.  This light and crisp ale holds many characteristics of a lager with some tangy and tart notes. Water for this beer is locally sourced from Kent Lake.

Alsatian Pale Ale:

A single hopped European-style pale ale, made with oatmeal and has a cereal malt flavor, a clean, silky body, and a dominating earthy/citrusy noble hop presence. The Aramis hops used come from the Alsatian region of France. Wheat free.

Die Kraft 1000:

“The Force” is our 1000th batch of beer made since the pub opened way back in 2004. This is an old and unique German-style Roggenbier which is a Rye beer brewed with a spicy Bavarian yeast strain. Light in alcohol, yet full of flavor.

The Crippla’:

A Double pale ale-style beer made with German malts, Oats, and hopped with Sorachi Ace and Citra for a nice tropical aroma to back up a healthy clean malt profile.

JC Flyer I.P.A.:

A Fairfax favorite! This IPA is smooth with great floral notes; big & bold, yet smooth & mellow.

Casey Jones Imperial I.P.A.:

This double IPA has twice the hops and grains as its counterpart.  Significant floral, citrus, and peppery notes on the nose, yet even with the enormous hop profile, the huge grain bill results in a very well balanced brew.

Epiphany Ale:

A Pacific Northwest hoppy amber ale with floral and citrus aromas.  Ready for an Epiphany?!  There is a great story to how this beer got its name.  If you are curious please ask Mike. Wheat free.

Naughty Redhead Dunkelweizen:

A traditional German dark hefeweizen-style ale influenced by our resident artist known as Elyce Burke. A fuller bodied dark wheat ale is banana forward with notes of caramel that finished clean.

Anne Marie’s Amber Ale:

Caramel, toffee, and slight chocolate notes accent this complex American style amber that is full of crystal malts and minimal in hop flavor or bitterness.  This ale is generously sweet, yet bold, like the woman for whom it was named.

Fairfax Coffee Porter:

The Coffee Porter returns! Our classic robust porter infused with a cold press extraction of fresh roasted coffee from our neighbors at Fairfax Coffee Roastery. Rich in toffee and chocolate flavor and big on coffee aroma.

Sless’s Stimulating Oatmeal Stout:


Dark, hardy, thick, rich, roasted and chocolaty, this ale is amazingly smooth due to the generous addition of whole oats.  Named for a friend of Iron Springs and easily the finest pedal steel player around, Barry Sless, this one is layered with flavors.

About our beers:

All of our beers are hand crafted on location in 10 barrel batches.  We start with the freshest water from the seven Marin reservoirs, as well as the Russian River, and add the finest ingredients available on the global market.  While remaining true to traditions, each of our beers also brings its own unique characteristics to the palate.  From the brew-house to the taps, to your glass, without filtration, our beers are “alive” and made with great care and craftsmanship.

Head brewer: Christian Kazakoff

Also On Tap:

Guest Beer:  Faction Brewing – Two Hop Collaboration

Two Rivers Pomegranate Cider: A light cider with a nice balance of tartness and sweetness.

We also offer bottles of the Crispin “The Saint” which is a Cider made with Maple Syrup and fermented with a Belgian Trappist Yeast, Bitburger Drive N/A Beer, and Brunehalt Belgian Gluten-free beer.

Come on down and quaff a bevy!