Bee Haven is open Sunday afternoons, 1- 5 pm, May through Thanksgiving. Our next open shop day is Sunday, September 15th.
YES, we DO have bulk one (12 lbs.) and five gallon (60 lbs.) buckets ready for pick up:
One gallons/12 lbs: Two types of honey currently available - #1 is a blend of trefoil, the Plouff orchards fruit trees (plum, peach, apple, pear, cherry), sumac, blackberry and black locust. it’s full and fruity. The second type is called the ‘H’ honey and it’s a strong star thistle, or knapweed honey, from our home apiary in Worcester. It’s darker and more complex. $72
Five gallon buckets/60 lbs: We currently have 5 types of honey available in the five gallon bucket size. #1 from above. #2/3 and 4 are all variables of trefoil, the Plouff orchards, black locust, blackberry, alfalfa with some basswood. #5 is sold out. #6 is a basswood and star thistle blend. The “H” honey is also sold out in the five gallon size. $255
Bee Haven Honey Farm has been making honey in Vermont for over 40 years. We specialize in old world-style, true raw, unfiltered honey, made with reverence for the bees. We sell our raw honey in quart and half gallon mason jars, and bulk one and five gallon buckets from our home shop. You’ll also find beeswax candles, propolis extract, botanically-infused honeys and vinegars, simple medicinal tinctures and blends and cordials and elixirs, as well as natural body care, culinary and magical products. All crafted with herbs and fruits we grow organically or ethically wildcraft and combine with hive and garden magic. Our honey and natural products are prized by foodies, medicine makers, home brewers, families, herbalists and old timers. We’re proud to carry on Vermont’s strong tradition of beekeeping, providing high-quality hive, garden and woods-sourced products for health and happiness.
Directions to Bee Haven Honey Farm: We're located a few miles south of Worcester village, right off Rt. 12, in north-central Vermont, or 15 minutes north of Montpelier. To reach us from there, take Rt. 12/Elm St., north out of town. You'll start driving uphill and soon be driving past the Wrightsville Reservoir on your right, then over a bridge and through some flats in the woods, after which you come into Putnamville. Take the only right hand turn, onto the bridge. It’s Norton Road. Cross the river on the bridge and we're the first house on the other side, a green farmhouse with white trim, and a black mailbox with a bee on it.
Richard and Genevieve Drutchas Bee Haven Honey Farm 18 Norton Road, Worcester, Vermont, 05682 (802) 223-7316
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