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The Bird in Hand, Fareham - pub details

Address: Bird in Hand, Fareham, Hampshire, PO16 0PZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7246) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Fareham (0.7 miles), Portchester (2.7 miles), Swanwick (4.5 miles)

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If looks could ever deceive...
From the outside - ordinary. Inside, a proper pub in all respects, bar one - not cask ales.
But there are bands on every week and owner Tracey is putting on a better choice than ever.
On Friday, 20th February 2015, at 9 p.m., Pond Life 'Classic punk Riding on a New Wave' will be surfacing for a rousing, all-action evening featuring all the punk favourites, which you can join in (dancing and singing), led by singer Psycho, the mercurial Wildsticks on the skins, Johnnie machine twanging the strings and Wacka running things from the back.
Yes, you've heard the music before, but not like this.
See www.facebook.com/pondlifepunkrock and don't forget Tracey
geoffreyhants - 13 Jan 2015 14:13
If looks could ever deceive...
From the outside - ordinary. Inside, a proper pub in all respects, bar one - not cask ales.
But there are bands on every week and owner Tracey is putting on a better choice than ever.
On Friday, 29th February 2015, at 9 p.m., Pond Life 'Classic punk Riding on a New Wave' will be surfacing for a rousing, all-action evening featuring all the punk favourites, which you can join in (dancing and singing), led by singer Psycho, the mercurial Wildsticks on the skins, Johnnie machine twanging the strings and Wacka running things from the back.
Yes, you've heard the music before, but not like this.
See www.facebook.com/pondlifepunkrock and don't forget Tracey
geoffreyhants - 13 Jan 2015 14:10
Not my cup of tea
lowlife - 21 Jan 2012 12:47
Outside= glaswegian image and seriously grim...put this to one side as the wonderfully smiley barmaid greets you on the inside! Superb 'real' pub, bric a brac from the owner's choice and not some chain stooge livens up the boozer- and a free jukebox on weds and tues akin to slaters liverpool in the old days...marvellous- friendly locals and plenty of lager and a couple of ciders- HOWEVER- no real ale on tap at all BUT provided for in bottles in the fridge- a good selection at just 2.95 so very competitive and a great option! Overall, could have sat in there all days and drank bottled ales- individual and quirky and probably a lot more like england could be if left to its own devices....
alezilla - 30 Aug 2011 00:35
Surprisingly nice inside, don't be put off by the industrial surroundings and lack of architectural savvy that is Fareham.

Nice range of beers, served in a pub. A proper pub. No bollocks rebrandings or other shite, they've stuck to the tried and true. You owe it to yourself to leave the town centre as fast as possible and have a nice pint in here instead.

You can get the bus from the town to the pub, but it means going into the landfill and cesspit complex known as Fareham Bus Station. Walk it instead.
ye73812 - 18 Oct 2006 22:23

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