Father and Son Create a Revolutionary Beehive That Lets Honey Flow Out


Imagine a tap where sweet honey flows out automatically and honey bees aren’t disturbed during the process. Beehives have had the same design for centuries and the Flow Hive is the biggest innovation in beekeeping since 1852.

It was developed by a Stuart Anderson and his son Cedar Anderson and they have been developing and refining the design over the past 10 years. It allows honey to be extracted without disturbing the bees and reduces the time and stress of producing honey.

There is a phenomenon known as colony collapse disorder which is huge problem since bee pollination is extremely important for our ecosystem but this system should help prevent this since bees are not constantly disturbed to gather the honey.


Perhaps the most incredible thing about this product is that it will result in raising the interest level in beekeeping and create a community of hobbyists. Because of the simplicity of the Flow Hive, they will be able to install this in the backyard and get fresh and delicious honey on demand.

If you would like to support their Indiegogo campaign or even purchase one, please visit their Indiegogo page or website.

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