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Our Story

Local Honey Bee Company is owned and operated by Jeff and Sandi Kreider, and is located in the Lost Pines Area of Bastrop, Texas.

Utilizing organic practices, all our products are produced without chemicals or unnecessary additives. Our bees are raised chemical treatment-free, by encouraging natural hygienic behavior in our colonies. Our goal is to bring environmental enthusiasm by connecting our clients with the benefits of beekeeping.

Founded in the Spring of 2019, Local Honey Bee Company began as a hobby and quickly turned into a way of life.

The mission of Local Honey Bee Company is to expand the honeybee population while improving the overall health and safety of the bees. We do this through all-natural practices while educating others in the process.

Local Honey Bee Company envisions a healthier and safer world for the bees and our community through hard work and environmentally friendly practices.

From purchasing your first colony of bees to learning about processing your first honey harvest, Local Honey Bee Company provides services to make home beekeeping a simple and safe reality.

Our Owners

Jeff and Sandi Kreider

Jeff is a retired U.S. Army Veteran with 20+ years of service, in Logistics and Recruiting. Born in Kirkland, Washington, he grew up in the mountains of Idaho. After the military Jeff enrolled in college at The University of The Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas. In 2014, Jeff received his BA Degree in Applied Arts and Sciences. After college, Jeff and his wife Sandi settled just north of Bastrop.

Sandi was raised by Native Texans and is a 5th generation Texan. Sandi was raised in a military family and growing up, lived in both Virginia and California. Sandi has worn many “hats” in her career. Holding a BS in Elementary Ed, from Sul Ross, in Alpine, Texas, and a AAS in Culinary Arts, from The Art Institute, in Austin, Texas, Sandi has been a teacher and a culinary professional, as well as spending 15 years working in ophthalmology, helping people maintain their eye health.

While in the military, Jeff and Sandi raised their kids in the Pacific Northwest. After retirement, he got Sandi, and their kids, back to Texas.

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You know that feeling when you stumble upon a hidden treasure? Honey Raid is like finding a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. I mean, you can actually see the gleam of the thin candied honey shell on the beans. The shell shattered during grinding, leaving no gummy residue. My wife and I anxiously awaited the brewing to finish while enjoying the unique and complex aroma. We drink our coffee black and were finally met with a smooth, rich flavor with just the slightest hint of sweetness. It's coffee perfection, and now I can't wait to try the other roasts!
Dave F.

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