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The Old Hare and Hounds, Rednal - pub details

Address: Lickey Rd, Rednal, Birmingham, West Midlands, B45 8UU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 17661) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Longbridge (1.3 miles), Barnt Green (1.7 miles), Northfield (2.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.1/10 (rated by 13 users)
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I paid the Old Hare & Hounds a visit on Thursday evening as it was the only Birmingham pub in the Good Beer Guide I hadn't yet tried. However it was somewhat disappointing. This is an Ember Inns establishment and this chain has pretty much identikit interiors with a fake cosy feel to it. Whilst they are aimed at diners, they do generally have a few real ales and offer a CAMRA discount too. The ale range was Black Sheep Ember Pale Ale & Snow Place Like Home, Adnams Longboat, Purity Ubu & Brakspear Bitter. It's possible the best pub in Rednal, but not somewhere I'd head back to.
blue_scrumpy - 11 Dec 2016 17:32
I visited your pub this afteroon with my family. We decided we would like a drink and a sandwich. The pub appeared nice and clean and we were pleased with our find. We had not attended this particular venue before.
My son in law went to the bar and ordered drinks. He was told that we were not allowed to sit inside if we only wanted drinks, ( we had a three year old with us.) My son in law pointed out that the sign outside said, "FAMILIES WELCOME" He was asked again if he was gouing to eat and that unless the baby was eating we couldn't sit inside. Unfortunately my other son had already ordered food for us and had paid or we would not have stayed. It took 25- 30 mins for our coffees to arrive. When the sandwiches turned up, the bread was dry. The Manager was then seen scouring the grounds and taking the sign down saying, "families welcome." We would not have minded if the place had been full and that you were struggling for tables on which people could eat. But the place was nearly empty. I would have thought that in our present climate, he would have been happy with as much custom as he could get and not making people feel unwelcome. We shall not be going back there again!!!!
I would have thought that the way pubs are closing down
Rowbottem17 - 9 Jun 2012 17:53
great pub for a chain, good choice of ales, just dont go on a friday or sat night, as its larger boy city there. That said, the sunday night quiz is AMAZING, and the highlight of my week. Big up to the landlord/quizmaster who is a lovely guy and very friendly. Best local pub in miles and miles
jerome_uk - 16 Jul 2011 01:44
Well, I have had a good experience here.

I took my wife and mother out last week for the daytime meal.

Excellent fast and friendly service, good food and good beer.

It wasn't my first choice but as we had missed the lunchtime slot we didn't have much choice.

I suspect the chavs only go in on Friday after work/collecting their Giro's and in the later evening.
Tancred - 21 Mar 2010 07:31
Beer was Ok, pub busy, but no terribly chav lot present. Beer was pretty good, food distinctly a bit poor.
stymaster - 11 Oct 2009 12:17

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