What we Do
A wide variety of honey products made from our bees and packaged in house.
Custom Lables and Bottling
Have an idea to sell your own custom brand of Honey? Call us and we can use our expertise to bring your idea to fruition.
We are Maine’s largest beekeeper. With thousands of hives we can help with your pollination needs.
Visit our store in Albion, Maine for all your beekeeping supplies and helpful advice.
Sign up and learn from one of the most respected beekeepers in the country. Spring Beginner Beekeeping Course Spring Advanced Topics Beekeeping Course
Strong Five Frame with Tested 2017 laying Queens. Carniolans and Italians available starting May. Cost is $160.00 which includes a reusable Nuc box. Call 437-2251
A wonderful mix of our comb and wildflower honey.
Also known as Holly Berry, Gallberry honey is a Southern favorite and also a favorite of our bees while they winter in Georgia.
A strong, assertive honey. Some find it tastes similar to molasses. This raw buckwheat honey is minimally processed.
Straight from the bees’ winter sojourn in the wild swamps of Florida and Georgia. Our bees enjoy their warm winter months by making this unique floral honey.
A strong, assertive honey. Some find it tastes similar to molasses. This Raw Buckwheat honey is minimally processed.
Gathered on the blueberry barons of Downeast Maine, this floral honey is rich in flavor and tradition. Slightly dark with a certain tang, it embodies the true essence of summer.
From the fields of Central Maine.
From the far reaches of Northern Maine, near the Canadian border.
Keeps its creamy texture without refrigeration, spreads easily, and can be used in recipes exactly like liquid honey. Minimally processed, we mix liquid raw honey and creamed raw honey together to create its wonderful flavor and texture. Value sized for the honey lover.
Keeps its creamy texture without refrigeration, spreads easily, and can be used in recipes exactly like liquid honey. Minimally processed, we mix liquid raw honey and creamed raw honey together to create its wonderful flavor and texture.
What People are Saying
I have to say that your raw honey is the BEST I’ve ever had. When I open the jar, I can smell the wildflowers. So sweet and so good. Keep up the good work. Your honey is wonderful.
Awesome wild blueberry honey. picked some up while in Ellsworth Maine. brought it back to metro Detroit! Its amazing!
I’ve had a large jar of Swan’s raw unfiltered
We began using Swans raw unfiltered honey about six months ago. Not only do we love this honey but we have noticed a decrease in our allergies. This time of year I am usually sneezing and clawing my eyes out but not this year.
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Spring 2017 Beginner Beekeeping Course 5 classes Total. 4 “classroom” classes total Wednesdays from 6:30-9:00PM; March 15, 22, April 5, April 12 plus a field day (hands on) May 6th. Classes will be held at Swan’s Honey, located at 332 Bessey Ridge Rd, Albion, ME 04910. Call 437-2251 to preregister for the class. Classes open […]
Spring 2017 Advanced Topics Beekeeping Course 5 classes – 4 Thursday Evenings from 6:30 to 9:00PM; March 16, 23, April 6, and April 13 plus a field day on May 6th. Topics to be discussed will include making nucs,; queen biology and requeening with established nucs, queen cells, and mated queens; population dynamics and producing […]
Come visit us at the Common Ground Fair in Unity, ME, September 23rd – 25th! We will be in our usual location in the Agricultural Products area with a great supply of honey. Lincoln will be speaking in the Hayloft tent on Saturday and Sunday during the fair and our store in Albion will be open […]
Swan’s Honey Open Hive Day Saturday May 7th, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM 332 Besse Ridge Road, Albion, ME 04910 Live bees on premises! Demonstrations and hands-on workshops include: Splitting bees Evaluating Queens and Nucleus Hives Introducing mated queens Mite monitoring Mite treatment applications including oxalic acid, Mite Away Quick Strips, and Apivar Tours of honey […]
One of the things we do at Swan’s Honey is move our bees south for the winter. It jump starts brood production and allows us to create more hives and have large hives for pollination. This was the fourth truck to head south. The bees missed out on the snow, but will be back next […]