Flow Hive

I’ve had such a positive reaction to my latest post “What Happens If All The Bees Die?” that I thought I’d follow it right up with another bee-related article.

In my research and reading about the critical role that bees play I became curious about what it took to keep bees and produce honey.  It’s probably not something I can undertake with limited outdoor space for now, but if I had a bit more room I would definitely consider the beautifully designed Flow Hive.

“It’s the beekeeper dream, turn a tap right on your beehive and watch pure fresh honey flow right out of your Flow™ hive and into your jar! No mess, no fuss, and the bees are hardly disturbed.”

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The bees complete the specifically designed comb with their wax and fill the partially formed honeycomb cells with honey.  Insert the special tool and rotate 90 degrees to split the cells and turn them into a channel down which the honey flows, all whilst leaving the bees undisturbed.  For full details on how it works see here.

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“It’s literally honey on tap directly from your beehive!”

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Fantastic design which balances the purely practical aspects of extracting honey with the aesthetic.

Follow the Flow Hive story on their Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook pages.

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4 Responses to “Flow Hive”


  1. 1 cvnadagroup2017 June 2, 2015 at 8:48 pm

    the bees is good animals bring medicine for human creatures
    i like this…site

  2. 2 susibarber June 3, 2015 at 9:45 am

    Wonderful footage. Amazing new innovation!
    This will change everything

  3. 3 susibarber June 3, 2015 at 9:46 am

    Reblogged this on susibarber and commented:
    Check out this amazing new idea. Fascinating for everyone, not just beekeepers.
    Lovely camerawork too.


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