I’ve loved this place since I first set foot in it. The smoke is not an issue now as it used to be, but yes it smells like tobacco. It’s a pipe and cigar shop!
Their selection of craft beer is just incredible for such a small place. Many of the beers you find there have already been aged for several years before finding their way to the shelves. Check your labels, you might just have found a rarity!
rumproasts (208) Grand Rapids, Michigan | October 6, 2012| Updated January 23, 2015
quirky little house packed with goodies. parking has improved quite a bit since my last visit. service was the best i’ve ever encountered. prices are great. wish they’d ditch the tobacco, but otherwise, this place is fantastic.
Incredible place! In a grey house just off Spring Garden near the hippie grocery store. The humidor is AMAZING! and so are the brews. I really like the fact that you can pick up a can/bottle of anything from any six/four pack that interests you. No problem. Super knowledgeable staff. A small but diverse selection of brews. They got the good stuff.
I love this place. As a local I really appreciate what the owner is offering, which is Belgian and several bigger American Craft beer. The selection of Belgian beers is by far the best that I’ve seen. Their selection of sours is phenomenal. The owner is so cool that he actually called his distributor in the middle of his lunch when I stopped by, because I mentioned how much I enjoyed Cantillons. He called to see what else he could order.
whatalesya (12) New Bern, North Carolina | January 20, 2012| Updated June 17, 2012
Doesn’t look like much on the outside, but this is a neat little place! Service is absolutely top notch! When I informed them that I only came through Greensboro occasionally, they said if possible to call a few days before my next trip and tell them what I was looking for; if he didn’t have it he would do his best to get it. The overall selection used to be a little limited, I think primarily due to space, but is constantly improving. Ask if you don’t see what you’re looking for. I found out that not everything is on display and they may have what you want in boxes in the back.
Beer and Cigars galore. Lots of cool Belgian beers I didn’t see in other shops. If you don’t like Cigar smoke then cross your fingers the place is empty as people can smoke in most parts of the store it seems. They stayed open late for us to browse which was very cool. Solid prices it seemed.
DankBrews (12) North Carolina | February 19, 2010| Updated June 15, 2010
I recently discovered Pipe and Pint, after a friend suggested I check it out. This cigar/beer store is a hidden gem. What appears to be just a cigar store / lounge contains a nice selection of craft and Belgian beers towards the back. There is a focus to what they carry, which is nice to see that they are trying to carve out their own niche in the Greensboro beer scene. Their primary focus seems to be on Belgian and Belgian style (craft) beer, which is an excellent idea. You can find some things in this store unavailable anywhere else in the Greensboro and best of all the prices are very reasonable. Worth checking out if you’re in the area, good value good selection
Originally reviewed: 1/25/12. I have wanted to visit this place for as long as I have been on this site, and finally got a chance to swing by today. Like others have noted, the signage for the place isn’t the most obvious, so I drove right by and had to turn around. The store is set in an old house. When I pulled up in the back of the place, there was a ring of chairs in the grass filled with guys smoking cigars. Ahh. What a wonderful aroma to my nose. Nice tobacco smell when you first enter the store, as there is a huge walk-in humidor to the right as you walk in. The beer is sort of scattered about with stacks of cases and sixers smattered around. Though the majority of the beer is to the left near the back. In the very back, there’s a room dedicated to wine, which is nice as well. As for the selection, this place has by far the greatest selection of Belgian brews in the area. I was amazed at the variety of Belgian beers they carried. Many of which I hadn’t seen anywhere else around. There’s one small cooler section that carries a good amount of 12’s and 22’s, as well as some kegs. I didn’t see any growlers at all. The corner of the "beer section" is dedicated to domestic craft offerings, of which they had a decent selection. Grabbed a bottle of Old Rasputin XIV and a cigar and I was on my way. The staff was very friendly and helpful.
Very interesting, if unorganized, place. Has a few things nowhere else in town will, and it’s always worth asking what they’ve gotten in recently. Reasonable prices for boutique beer, and they don’t advertise at all so spread the word if you dig it.