Honey & The Hive offers a wide variety of quality beekeeping equipment, Southern Appalachian honey and beeswax, and handmade jewelry, candles, and salves from local artisans.


Whether you're a seasoned beekeeper or a "New Bee", our friendly and knowledgeable staff will help you along your journey. We stock the most extensive array of beekeeping supplies in the Asheville area.


Come and visit us:

23 Merrimon Avenue
Weaverville, NC 28787


Store Hours:

10am - 5:30pm

10am - 3pm

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Low Profile Trucker Hat (Black/Charcoal)
New merch for 2024! Our classic bee logo is embroidered on a black and charcoal baseball cap.
Low Profile Trucker Hat (Cream/Loden/Dark Orange)
New merch for 2024! Our classic bee logo is embroidered on a dark orange, cream, and green baseball cap.
Honeycomb Wood Birch Coaster
A cute honeycomb coaster made from birch wood. Perfect for keeping your tables tidy and bee-you-teeful!
They Keep Bees VSH Queens 2024 (Fri 6/14 pick up)
Queen preorder for delivery on April 20, 2024. VSH Queens from They Keep Bees.
Class: Queen Evaluation & Selection for Splitting Hives with They Keep Bees
In this workshop, Ang & Bi from They Keep Bees will demonstrate how to evaluate queens for splitting. Students will get to practice assessing queens. Teachers will demonstrate splitting techniques for small-scale queen-rearing.
Full Moon Tea Company Evening Peach Orchard Rooibos, 2 oz.
The perfect peach tea for a summertime evening, bright and refreshing! Made in Asheville.
Brew Naturals Elderberry Sour Mixer, 10 fl oz.
A delicious mixer with a healthy twist! This elderberry sour mix makes a great mocktail or cocktail with its sweet and sour flavor.
Beeswax Candle, Wolf Pillar
A beeswax pillar candle featuring forest plants and a wolf. 100% beeswax and cotton wicking, width 2.75" height 4.00"

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Honey & The Hive Blog

The Scoop on Sourwood: The Tree and the Honey

Sourwood honey is considered an Appalachian treat, but what about this light honey and gorgeous tree makes it so special to our mountains and piedmonts? Learn more about the sorrel tree and find local WNC sourwood for sale. Read more

My honey has crystallized! What do I do?

Some people think that honey is inedible once it becomes gritty and solid, but that is not true! Crystallized honey is safe to consume and can be returned to its syrup state with a nominal effort. Read more

Doomed Romance: The Dangerous Love Life of the Honeybee

Ah, spring! Time to revisit the "birds and the bees" - but don't take the bees as a role model for your own pursuit of passionate embraces. Read more

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