Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 597

Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 597

Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 597. Our interview on tonight’s show is with Charles Lemon. Charles does pipe repairs and restorations, and is the author of the new book, “Brigham Pipes, A Century Of Canadian Briar”. It tells the story of the first 100 years of Brigham pipes, and includes an extensive shape chart with actual photos of the pipes. The book lays out not only the chronology of Canada’s most prominent pipe-maker but also never before compiled information on the pipes themselves, including the stamps, grading schemes and pinning patterns used between 1906 and 2006. In Pipe Parts, Brian talks to Jeremy Reeves, the head blender at Cornell & Diehl about growing, curing, fermenting, and aging tobacco.

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Charles Lemon
Charles Lemon
Brigham Pipes by Charles Lemon
Brigham Pipes by Charles Lemon

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1 Response

  • Thanks Jeremy! That was a fascinating and informing segment on the growing and preparation of tobacco.
    I thoroughly enjoyed the conversation with Charles, particularly with respect to the preparation and publishing of his book. The Brigham arcana, of which he briefly spoke, was quite engaging and is pushing me to get a copy of the book.
    Louis singing “Hi-Ho” was just plain fun. Pops can sing and play anything and make it art.
    Thanks for another always entertaining show.