We’re open at our farm’s home shop this Sunday, October 21th from 1-4 pm and each Sunday afternoon until Thanksgiving, or once the honey is all gone, whichever comes first. You can always find out right here, along with what we have available currently.
Available for Sunday, October 21st:
- Five gallon buckets of the Sept. 10th fall goldenrod, aster and eupatorium honey - a pollen-flavored, mildly spicy, medium sweet honey with a velvety texture.
-2 types of raw honey are available in one gallon buckets - both the late July mixed wildflower honey, composed of white clover, alfalfa, birdsfoot trefoil and star thistle, our most traditional tasting honey of the season, and the late September japanese knotweed honey with extraordinary flavors, our favorite honey in a long time, are still available in one gallon buckets.
-we also have various sized mason jars of all three of our raw honeys in stock in the home shop, as well, for those that don’t need a larger bulk amount of honey.
honeybees, apis mellifera, are soft, porous little creatures that live for their hives and one another, to make honey and to sip nectar in the sun.
Bee Haven Honey Farm is our seasonal, green-hearted beekeeping business, specializing in true raw, unfiltered honey, made with reverence for the hives and the old ways, along with a sweet spectrum of other natural products for your body, kitchen and soul.
When are we open? Sunday afternoons from 1-4 pm, July 1st through Thanksgiving. The shop is always stocked with pint, quarts and half gallon mason jars of our honey, so worth a trip even when we don’t have our honey crop bulk buckets available. On the occasional Sunday we're away, the date is posted on this page in advance, so you never make a wasted trip to Worcester.
Feel free to give us a call or message us in the box below if you can’t find out what you’re looking for on site. The product page gives our honey pricing and some details on our other natural, medicinal and culinary products.
Directions to BHHF: 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 Montpelier, 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 and then continuing through some flats in a woods until you come into Putnamville. Watch for the right hand turn onto the bridge that crosses the river. It’s the only turn off of Rt. 12 in Putnamville. This is Norton Road even though there’s no longer a road sign identifying it. We're the first house on the other side of the bridge, a green farmhouse with white trim with a black mailbox with a bee on it and a human and other dog friendly but very barky hound dog.
Richard & Genevieve Drutchas
18 Norton Road Worcester, Vermont 05682
(802) 223-7316 or Message us below: