News from the Sugarhouse:
The MMPA have a booth from now through October 5 at the Big E in Springfield, Massachusetts.
If you happen to be along the Avenue of States, stop into the Maine House for some of your maple needs including maple cream, maple cotton candy, maple sugar candy, maple syrup and maple moose pops!
CJ and Jodi will be in the booth on October 1, 2 and 3 if you would like to stop by and say "Hi!"
As always, you can "check out" our maple syrup at any of the following places:
Steaks N Stuff (PI,Houlton,Lincoln)
Hillside IGA (Fort Fairfield)
The Hampton Inn (Presque Isle)
TAMC Gift Shop (Presque Isle)
The Maple Moose Sugarhouse (Easton)
or you can order online - we offer:
****FREE SHIPPING ON WEB SITE ORDERS OVER $40.00**** (shipped to one address)
The Maple Moose was started in the Spring of 2007 when CJ King had the idea to make his own pure maple syrup. Grabbing a couple of buckets and spiles, he trudged to the woods with his snow shoes and tapped a few maple trees.
Making his own boiling system consisting of an old wood stove, metal sheeting, and a few miscellaneous pots and pans, he began boiling his own maple syrup.
It wasn't long before the fad caught on with his wife, Jodi, and sons, Joe King and Jacob King, when they began helping in the project too. The small time maple syrup production then led to needing a bigger building and a brand new Leader evaporator, not to mention a cart to haul maple sap from the woods and equipment to haul the cart! With Joe gathering the sap with the equipment and Jake taste testing, the whole family is now busy in the sugarhouse operation.
Three years after the first "Ol Wood Stove Evaporator," The Maple Moose is now licensed by the Maine Department of Agriculture to produce and sell Pure Maine Maple Syrup. With a new Leader evaporator, vacuum system and even more maple trees, The Maple Moose is hard working and ever growing.