Maple syrup production• Nature trails • Homesteading
Brambleberry Maple Syrup
Our philosophy at Brambleberry Farms is to live sustainably off the land, enjoying the bounties that nature provides.
One of the ways we do that is to make our own maple syrup from the trees on our farm. Late February and March are the months when the sap starts to flow. Guests are welcome to help us collect sap and observe the process of cooking it down. We are a small producer of maple syrup. We practice low-impact, labor intensive methods of collecting maple sap using bags on tree taps. The sap is manually collected, boiled down on a wood stove, and finished on a commercial gas range. The syrup is filtered and stored in glass jars. The syrup is used in our breakfasts and also available for sale. We sell the syrup for $7 (8 ounces) and $13 (16 ounces).