World Renowned Brand
Over 2,000,000+ Pipes Sold
About Mr. Brog
Who Are We?
Our company goes back to 1947 when master Wiktor Winiarski and Zbigniew Winiarski came up with the idea to start a pipe company called “Wooden Accessories and Plastic Products BESKID". In 1992 to 1995 the company became Mr. Brog, and we began giving names and numbers to all our handcrafted pipes. Over the years we have successfully sold over 2,000,000 pipes, and are known around the world as one of the top pipe brands in the market.
Always Handmade Always in Poland
How Our Signature Pipes Are Made
Hand Selecting & Carving The Perfect Wood
We prepare the right amount of wood, or root and position the culaga to cut the height, width and length of the block which we measure along the rings of the wood.
Handcrafting Our Signature Pipe Shapes
We prepare the basic pipe shapes according to the model and style, and each pipe artists goes on to prepare his or her pipes by hand, artistically choosing the style they want to create.
Finishing With Our All Natural Coatings & Wax
Finishing with polishing, carnauba wax, and natural coating our artists complete the tobacco pipe by then stamping it with the model number, and Mr. Brog seal.
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We cover the basics on how to properly light your pipe for a nice pleasurable smoke. Make sure you take your time and enjoy your smoke and do not rush or puff hard as you will get something called tongue bite a burning sensation on your tongue. It is the biggest thing that turns away inexperienced pipe smokers.
We cover the basic tips for getting started with pipe smoking. Helping you get a pleasurable smoke from your pipe and begin learning the hobby.
We cover how to quickly clean your pipe after a smoke. We recommend you should also do a more periodic cleaning around every month or every two to three months for the occasional smoker. After you finished off your bowl you usually want to do a quick clean to keep your pipe in optimal smoking order. It only take a few minutes and will keep you pipe in great shape for the years to come.
There are plenty of different pipe woods out on the market but what are the differences between them? We are going to cover the most common woods used which are Pear, Olive and Briar. Each wood has different effects on your smoke so see which one is best for you!