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Making Maple Syrup - Dutch Hill Maple with Nate Williams

Making Maple Syrup - Dutch Hill Maple with Nate Williams

January 18, 2020

You may not be thinking about maple syrup in January but Nate Williams of Dutch Hill Maple is. Long before spring Nate is in the woods string tubing and hanging taps getting ready for the flow of maple sap. Dutch Hill has won Grand Champion Maple Syrup three consecutive years at the New York State Fair.

In this episode I sat down with Nate to talk about how he taps the tree, hangs the lines, and makes maple syrup. Learn how he reduces the water content and boils the sap into different grades of syrup. There is a lot to know about maple syrup and how it is made and Nate tells all.

Dutch Hill began when Dave Williams tapped 15 trees in Tully, New York. Nate now taps over 7500 trees to bring us incredible tasting syrup. So good we use it in our Clean Slate Farm maple-balsamic vinegar available at our web site or in selected retail outlets in central New York.

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