Our July harvest is a beautiful light honey typically with top flavor notes from Black Locust trees and Clover blossoms. The honey has a delicious floral flavor with a hint of citrus from the Black Locust nectar.
Update: We are sold out at our farm, however our 2022 harvest is still available for purchase at local stores. See participating store locations below.
Our farm pick-up price is $12 per one-pound jar.
Save $2 off each jar when you buy a case.
We offer special whole-case pricing for our honey harvests. It's best to reserve your case of honey before the harvest since we sell out quickly. We harvest in July and September.
The price for a case of 12, one-pound jars of honey is $120, or $10 per jar.
Deliveries: If you order at least three cases of honey, we will deliver it to your door for Allegheny County residents.
Honey makes a perfect fundraiser item for non-profit organizations.
Contact us and we will work with you to design a sales strategy and to provide special fundraiser pricing for non-profit organizations.
Our Honey is available for sale now at local Giant Eagle Stores. See specific Giant Eagle store locations by clicking the link below.
1701 Duncan Ave
Allison Park, PA 15101
Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve
614 Dorseyville Rd
Pittsburgh, PA 15238
3392 Saxonburg Blvd
Glenshaw, PA 15116
582 Butler St
Pittsburgh, PA 15223
Our main goal is to provide top quality honey to the people who love it. See some of the most common questions our customers have about Country Barn Farm Honey
Country Barn Farm does not sell pasteurized honey. We are not aware of anyone who does, except for honey that is irradiated for FDA approved medical use.
Commercial honey packers will heat honey to kill any yeast that may be present to improve self life, but this is not true pasteurization. Honey should not be fed to infants under one year of age due to the possibility of botulism poisoning due to botulism spores that may be in the honey. This is true of any raw food.
We do not heat the honey or filter heavily so it is as natural as possible, but it is as safe for consumption as any other honey on the market.
You may be thinking of creamed or crystallized honey. Creamed honey is produced with fine crystals so it is spreadable.
All honey will crystallize eventually. Unheated, unfiltered honey will crystallize faster than filtered, heated honey. Crystallized honey can be liquified by placing the jar in a pot of warm water. Do not boil. Loosen the lid to prevent pressure from building up in the jar and don’t allow water to contact the honey.
We have a waiting list for comb honey. Email us (email@example.com) and we will put you on the list.
Every flowering plant visited by honey bees produces a nectar with a unique aroma, color and sugar ratio. The bees add enzymes and reduce the moisture content to turn nectar into honey.
Country Barn Farm produces a wildflower honey that is unique to our location and the season it is harvested. Regions with large areas of single variety nectar sources may produce varietal honey that is derived from a single variety of nectar in a concentration greater than 85% in the final product.