Happy Spring

After a productive sugaring season, I’m on the hunt for new recipes that incorporate maple syrup into meals and side dishes. Easter is right around the corner so let’s start with a delicious glaze for ham


APRIL Business Hours: Sat. 10-5. Sun. 12-5

4/6 – closed 4/7: open

4/13 – Open 4/14 – Open

Good Friday- Open 10-5 4/20 – Open

Easter Sunday-Closed

4/27 Closed 4/28 – Open

Weekday pickups available contact via FB messenger, email or call (860)349-6806


April Business Hours

Need syrup? We are open most weekends throughout the year.

Saturday’s 10:00-5:00 Sunday’s 12:00-5:00 🍁 Free Tastings

Weekdays by request. Email: lhassmann18@gmail.com or (860)349-6806

4/6- Closed 4/7- Open

4/13 & 4/14 Open

Good Friday – 10:00-5:00 4/20 – Open Closed Easter Sunday

4/27 – Closed 4/28 – Open

Sunday Mornings & Pancakes 🍁 Got Syrup?

The final tally: 208 gallons produced this season, a record breaking year!

Nothing beats fresh maple syrup on your breakfast of choice & many families plan breakfast for dinner after visiting the Sugarhouse!

Free Tastings – Open most weekends year around

Saturday 10:00-5:00 Sunday 12:00-5:00

We have a variety of light, medium and dark syrup available.

Stop by & pick your favorite batch!

Sugaring 2019 🍁 Record Year

This year’s sugaring season was a success and we are happy to announce we’ve had a record year, producing more than 200 gallons of Maple syrup in a six week period.

After experiencing unusually warm weather during February the past two seasons, Mother Nature blessed us with ideal conditions. Our first boil was February 4th and ending with a final boil on March 20.

We have a large selection of syrup ranging from light & sweet to dark & earthy.

Open most weekends: Saturday 10:00-5:00 Sunday 12:00-5:00


Weekday pickups available call: 860-349-6806 or email lhassmann18@gmail.com

2019 Sugaring Season Continues – Open This Weekend – Sat. 10-5 🍁 Sunday 12-5

This season has continued to surprise us with many starts & stops, cold snaps and snow storms. This week’s upcoming weather pattern looks promising for sugaring 🍁

Warm days with nights below freezing are ideal for sap to flow.

The tree’s root system sends sap up the trunk of the tree to the leaf system. At night, when it’s too cold, the tree senses that it is too early for Spring and all the sap runs back down the tree to the roots. This cycle of cold nights and warm days is when the sap is collected.

Samples jars on display

Batches 1-7 now available for sale – Open most weekends – Sat. 10-5 Sun. 12-5

Free tastings – Weekday pickups available 860-349-6806