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For questions about the use of honey in homebrew (e.g. mead, honey ale, cyser, bragott, etc.)

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I was going to point out that organisms that produce endospores, like Clostridium botulinum survive in honey, but then I remembered that you can not kill them by boiling. The spores could also be … inoculated into aseptically collected honey held at 20°C. The result showed loss of bacterial viability within 8–24 days. It is only the spore forming microorganisms that can survive in honey at low …
answered Sep 28 '13 by S. Albano