I visited this location a recent trip to Greensboro. Upon looking outside it did not appear that this location would be that good. However upon entering and going to the back, I noticed that they carried quite a nice selection of brews and quite a few I had been looking for. The cigar smell was actually pleasant when I went inside (I don’t smoke). This might have been because there were only two gentlemen in the store at the time in the lounge area. The employees were very nice and chatted with me for awhile and made some suggestions on which other locations I should stop at for some hard to find brews. They also had a VERY nice glassware selection on the top of the shelves. This place is definitely worth dropping in to check it out.
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
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.
Cool little store. If you go, be prepared to smell like a big lit cigar. Past that, they had a nice little collection and if you look around youll find so treasure in there.
ross (59) weddington, North Carolina | October 30, 2005
not a bad little store for the beers. they have alot of belgians, some american beers, and some rare stuff. like grat said there’s a bunch of guys sitting around smoking pipes and cigars, but if you get past that (i did) there is alot of good beer hidden in the back. not a bad selection, de dolle, achel, chimay, avery, etc. worth checking out if you are in the area.
Interesting little joint. Shady little building full of old men with scraggly facial hair. It is a pipe shop and beer store. Smells like pipe tobacco...but so will your beers. Selection is very random but there are some prizes hidden beneath the dust and tobacco ash. They carry Cantillon, all of the Avery, some DFH and other local stuff. A cider or two and a cooler full of old bottles from broken sixers. You might find a nice old AOS or something so dig around. Nice men. Burly men. Also have a GREAT selection of pipe tobacco and many locally crafted pipes.