Get a pound of honey. add enough water to bring it up to 1 gallon total volume.
make sure you mix it well, possibly heat it a little, then cool.
take a hydro reading.
normally honey will give you about 1.034 gravity per pound / per gallon of water. if you only get like 1.030 I say its still good honey. if its only 1.018 I'd skip it.
the main issue with 'watery' honey for a bee keeper is it could spoil. Honey's low moisture content keeps the wild spores inside it from doing anything. once it thins out, those spores could take hold and you'd have a wildborne infection.
you may have a great deal...or a bit of a ripoff.
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