The Pipes Magazine Radio Show – Episode 279

Kevin Godbee
Thank you for joining us for The Pipes Magazine Radio Show—the only radio talk show for pipe smokers and collectors. We broadcast weekly, every Tuesday at 8 pm eastern USA time and are available on nearly all podcast sites and apps. Listen on your computer, tablet, phone and even in the car! Our featured interview tonight is with Sean Reum. Sean hails from Montana and is the Owner/Carver at Reum Pipes. Sean makes gorgeous custom pipes, does estate pipe restoration, and straight razor restoration. For the show intro, Brian will describe what is going on with  the McClelland / Global Tobacco situation. Hint: buy as much as you can now. Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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3 Responses

  • Sean has promise as a full timer. He reminds me of a young Mark Tinsky. He’s finding a balance between quality and volume, making a true “smoking man’s” pipe. As for tobacco, buy what you like and what you can afford. A Philip Morris tobacco heater, sounds kinda like a pipe gimmick/gadget. Look forward to next week’s show!

  • The McClelland thing has everyone up in the air but we should realize this only affects blends that contain 5100 in it. I think McClelland has about 20 blends in there repertoire that uses this blend. All their other blends should still be available.
    Sean seems like nice likeable young carver. Still has a lot of carving to do before he can get his prices up to a real survivable level.

  • This red Virginia thing is very upsetting. I hope something changes. I knew Sean through Briar Nation. When I first considered tooling up and making pipes more seriously, Sean was quick to video chat with me and walk me through some of his process to help me decide. He’s a nice guy and always willing to help other even newer guys. The music was interesting, but if I’m completely honest, it sounded a bit like a high school band, but a good one.