Local Maple Syrup!
The Local Story behind Madbury Maple's:
In 1998 when our late mother learned the art of making Maple Syrup, she naturally got her boys hooked on this awesome and spectacular spring adventure that is Maple Sugaring.
Running off the bus to greet Mom then quickly out to the woods at the ripe age of 10 & 9. We first started tapping trees with Market Basket milk jugs, evolving to food grade 5 gallon buckets, then to small lines of tubing powered by marine pumps to finally our 800+ tap mainline vacuum operation with an additional 100ish taps on buckets.
How It's Done:
During mid-February into late march when the snow is slowly disappearing, we collect roughly 20,000 gallons of raw maple sap to be boiled down into Maple Syrup. Our mainline of tubing does most of the work while we still rely on buckets to get to taps that are out of reach. On average we make anywhere from 200-250 gallons of syrup.
Delivery & Shipping:
Delivery is free within the Oyster River District and USPS flat rate shipping can be arranged as well.
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Thank you for supporting Madbury Maple's, LLC and the Oyster River District of New Hampshire!