The couple said they believe Thirsty Bee Meadery will be the 13th meadery in Texas. In addition to tastings and mead-to-go, Thirsty Bee will also have a small selection of BZ Honey and items made from local beeswax available for sale.
Matthew said he has been homebrewing since the 1990s.
"We just wanted to grow our honey business and continue the work we've been doing in Tomball, and this is a fun way to take our business to the next level and give people an exciting new product that, you know, you can't easily come by," Kelly said. "It's super popular at the [Texas] Renaissance Festival, but why not be able to have it all year 'round?"
BZ Honey will remain open on East Main Street, she said. www.thirstybeemeadery.com