Bruce Carpenter always had the dream of producing real Adirondack maple syrup on 100 acres we own in the heart of the Adirondack Park.
In 2010 production began in a hobby evaporator and a few gallons of syrup were made. In 2015, a full blown sugar house was built and new equipment purchased to start larger scale production. Considering the farm is a "hobby gone wild," it only makes sense that maple syrup would go that way too. While our sugarbush isn't open to the public, we do sell our syrup year round and especially around the holidays at our Christmas tree farm, Riverbend Tree Farm. Check out the photos of our genuine Adirondack sugarbush.
^ Nearly completed Sugar House April 2015
^ Bruce's First Draw of Syrup from Our New Boiler and Sugar House, April 2015
^ Bottled Syrup cooling and getting ready for labels.