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Thanks to everyone who came out to the Tree Tapping Clinic at the Audubon Center of the North Woods! Here are a few pictures. Stay tuned for more Maple Clinics in the upcoming weeks. ... See MoreSee Less

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Free Maple Clinic this Friday, September 14th...see all the details in the picture here. Please call with any questions. ... See MoreSee Less

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Free Maple Clinic this Friday, September 14th...see all the details in the picture here. Please call with any questions.

 

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Will you be doing other, similar clinics? Would love to go to this one but that day is my daughter’s 3rd birthday!!

National Rum Day – August 16th

National Rum Day is observed annually on August 16. Rum is a distilled clear alcoholic beverage which is a byproduct of molasses production or made directly from sugar cane juice. After the fermentation and distillation process, most rum is aged in wooden oak barrels.

RUM FACT: The Sugar Act of 1764, which was a tax on sugar, molasses and rum by the British on the American colonies, helped start the unrest that finally became the American Revolution.

Followed by the vodka and all the whiskeys combined, rum is the third most popular spirit in the United States. It stirs up images of sandy beaches and brightly colored umbrellas in fruity drinks. And it should. It is a sweet spirit and originated in sunny Papua New Guinea. It made its way to the Caribbean by way of the West Indies.

How to Observe

There are many ways to enjoy rum. Treat yourself after work today…a great way to celebrate is with this recipe for a Maple-Rum Cooler!
Remember to always drink responsibly and to never drink and drive
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National Rum Day – August 16th

National Rum Day is observed annually on August 16.  Rum is a distilled clear alcoholic beverage which is a byproduct of molasses production or made directly from sugar cane juice.  After the fermentation and distillation process, most rum is aged in wooden oak barrels.

RUM FACT: The Sugar Act of 1764, which was a tax on sugar, molasses and rum by the British on the American colonies, helped start the unrest that finally became the American Revolution.

Followed by the vodka and all the whiskeys combined, rum is the third most popular spirit in the United States. It stirs up images of sandy beaches and brightly colored umbrellas in fruity drinks.  And it should.  It is a sweet spirit and originated in sunny Papua New Guinea.  It made its way to the Caribbean by way of the West Indies.

How to Observe

There are many ways to enjoy rum.  Treat yourself after work today…a great way to celebrate is with this recipe for a Maple-Rum Cooler!
Remember to always drink responsibly and to never drink and drive

 

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Jean-christophe Picard journée national du rum sort la bouteille de capt

Roth Sugarbush added 3 new photos.
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Here are a few pictures from this week where Kellen, Jim and Gregg are helping one of customers install some tubing in his woods and removing a stack getting ready for a new evaporator. Whether you are a large or small producer or just getting started...we have ALL your Maple Sugaring Equipment and Supplies and we provide exceptional service with every sale! ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Here are a few pictures from this week where Kellen, Jim and Gregg are helping one of customers install some tubing in his woods and removing a stack getting ready for a new evaporator. Whether you are a large or small producer or just getting started...we have ALL your Maple Sugaring Equipment and Supplies and we provide exceptional service with every sale!Image attachmentImage attachment

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Our Story – Maple Equipment & Maple Syrup Sales

Our company began in 1956 when we tapped our first tree. What began as a family operation on the farm has quickly grown. We are also one of the Midwest’s top maple sugaring equipment dealers, specializing in small town personable service. We pride ourselves with the quality and taste of our 100% pure maple syrup. We are located in the very picturesque Chippewa Valley, Cadott, Wisconsin.

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Thank you for your business and we look forward to serving you. Peter & Dawn Roth

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