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“The Bird in Hand is home to the Paradise Brewery. The pub is housed in a grand old stable block by the entrance to a bird park and the brewery is in outhouses round the back. There are 10 hand pumps with mainly their own beers and a couple of guests (Greene King London Glory and Brains SA when we were there) as well as ten keg taps. At one end of the capacious bar there’s a small stage where they have live music and an open mic night; at the other there’s a interesting large mural showing Hayle in 1890. Two heavy horses pulling carts along a rail line up the hill from the industrial scene below look ready to walk right into the real life building, where there are hayracks and irons on the wall for hanging up tack. There remain some ornate iron dividers between the stalls and three horses - Brandy, Gregory and Silver – have their names above their tack stands. (Visited 26 March 2012).“
Boudicca 2910 days ago
“Brewpub with a very small brewery out back and one beer on, plus a guest handle. Owners were friendly - they also run the bird park. They brew simply for the love of brewing and because it is traditional for that pub. Pretty cool.“
Oakes 3255 days ago
“Brewpub near the bird park and owned by the same people. Building is a former horse stable. The owner of it all is the brewer and is a labor of love. Tiny operation, at the time only brewing one at a time.“
Beershine 3410 days ago
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