About Bee Daddies Apiaries

Bee Daddies Apiaries are beekeepers keeping honey bees in the Bannockburn neighborhood of Bethesda, Maryland, USA. The principals are Rob Jenson and Dan Fisher.

Our goal is to develop and maintain a sustainable group of bee hives for the enjoyment and education of our friends and neighbors. Our hives are located less than three miles from Washington, DC, so we consider ourselves to be urban beekeepers.

When there is a surplus of honey, we will sell it to support the care and feeding of our bees.

Bee hives in winter

Local Honey for Sale!

We have local honey for sale. This honey was made by the bees that live in hives in the Bannockburn neighborhood of Bethesda, Maryland.

All sales proceeds go toward the care, feeding and entertainment of the bees.

We have two sizes of jars of liquid honey for sale:

  • 12 ounce (340 gram) hexagonal glass jars
  • 16 ounce (454 gram) “Classic” glass jars

We also have comb honey available for sale, in the form of chunk comb (in jars of honey) or in squares of cut comb. Comb honey is the most natural way to eat honey, preserved in the wax cells that the bees make.

Our liquid honey won Fourth Prize in its class (Amber honey) at the 71st Annual Montgomery County Agricultural Fair !

Please contact us by email: mailto:info@bee-daddies-apiaries.com or leave a voice mail message at 240-242-9622  if you are looking to purchase local honey. You can pick it up at our place (and see the bee hives) or we will deliver for free to customers in Bethesda. We can probably work out a mutually agreeable exchange in other parts near home (Potomac, Rockville, Vienna, nearby parts of DC, etc).

We haven’t looked into the possibility of mailing honey, but it would probably be very expensive to ship safely.