Honey and Cheese Pairings Class
Two Hives Honey and Bee Tree Farm & Dairy are once again combining their passions for bees, honey, goats, and cheese at this annual honey and cheese pairing class! This is a rare opportunity to taste a variety of local artisanal honey and Texas cheeses on a working dairy and goat farm! The class will be led by Tara Chapman, Owner and head beekeeper with Two Hives Honey and Jenna Kelly-Landes, owner/farmer/cheesemaker with Bee Tree Farm & Dairy. During the tasting, Tara will explain the process of how honey bees make honey, what responsibly harvesting honey entails, and the essential role bees play in all aspects of farming and food. Jenna will explain the art of turning a pasture full of goats into cheese.
Your ticket includes:
Tickets include a tasting plate of Two Hives Honey paired with Texas cheeses. A wine or beer selection and non-alcoholic beverages will will be provided. Participants should come dressed for a walk through the pasture and will be given a tour of the dairy facility and milking parlor. Unlimited goat snuggles are included in the ticket price!
About the Event
When: March 10, 2019 from 2-4pm
Where: Bee Tree Farm & Dairy, 8317 Burleson Manor Rd, 78653
Space is extremely limited, and we expect to sell out! Register to save your spot today!
Note: we love kiddos, but we also know it's nice to have a little kid-free adult time as well. This is an adults only event, but check out the Bee Tree website for farm tour opportunities for fun with the kids!
About Bee Tree Farm & Dairy and Jenna
Bee Tree Dairy & Farm is owned by Jenna Kelly-Landes and her husband, Jeremy. Bee Tree produces fresh goat cheese from their own herd of dairy goats just 15 miles east of Austin. The dairy is the result of Jenna's love affair with cheese and two goats named Pearlsnaps and Jolene. At Bee Tree Farm & Dairy the animals are family and the family is composed of cranky, bossy, and beautiful Alpine and Nubian goats.
About Two Hives Honey and Tara
Two Hives Honey began with a gal who wanted to embark on a beekeeping adventure, but didn’t have the backyard space to house her hive. A good friend and neighbor agreed to let Tara place hives in his backyard and a new passion, and a business, was born. Two Hives sells local, raw honey and comb honey, and offers various programs and classes to help other Central Texans also discover the wonders of honey bees.