I am not sure, but you are probably talking about pasturization at 160 degrees F for several minutes in order to control wild yeast growth. Much higher temps to kill wild yeast. Either way, it's probably not something you want to do to honey.Homebrewers and bread makers know that the yeast that causes fermentation is killed by heat. In the case of bread yeast it is around 110F to kill the yeast.
So, What temp kills the active "wild" yeast that causes honey to ferment ?
MOST of the time but the bees didnt read the same book as we did.Correct me if I'm wrong, but I have read that capped honey does not ferment..