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Wyck Historic House, Garden and Farm invites you to start brewing now!
Have you often wondered how to make mead, but were afraid to try? Then, we have an event for you! Novice meadmakers are invited to participate in an event designed to encourage you to start, experiment, or hone your skills.
Ultimately you will share the results of your labors during the 2013 Philadelphia Honey Festival in September, to receive constructive feedback from a mead expert. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS!
GROUP RATES AVAILABLE FOR GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE – PLEASE CONTACT INFO@PHILLYBEEKEEPERS.ORG FOR MORE INFORMATION. The Philadelphia Beekeepers Guild is thrilled to announce that nationally renowned beekeeper and author of “The Practical Beekeeper“, Michael Bush, will be coming to Philadelphia to speak … Continue reading
Join us in Germantown for a presentation by Guild treasurer and all around renaissance woman Anna Herman, as she teaches us some basics on how to make gifts with the products of the hive. Anna will discuss and demonstrate how … Continue reading
The Philadelphia Honey Festival proudly announces its own website! For all the latest details, visit www.phillyhoneyfest.com! We need some volunteers from the Guild membership – please considering giving an hour or two of your time to the success of HoneyFest … Continue reading
Yes, given the current weather it is hard to imagine starting to get ready for winter, but as well-prepared beekeepers we need to stay ahead of the game. Come learn about how to winterize your hives to maximize honey bee … Continue reading
3rd Annual Philadelphia Honey Festival – Marketing Intern The organizing team behind the Philadelphia Honey Festival is searching for a creative and motivated person to assist in developing a marketing campaign for this year’s festival, which will take place the weekend … Continue reading