Looking for maple syrup? 

We are trying to make our maple syrup available in the following ways:

  • We continue to fulfill online orders
  • We continue to supply our our wholesale vendors, find some of them here.
  • We also have put out a self-serve maple stand in our lower lot in Brownfield during the season. It contains maple syrup, maple cream, maple candy and maple sugar. You may pay with a check or cash, or can email us to pay over the phone with a card.
Unfortunately we don't have regular hours at the stand, it depends upon the weather and when we are there boiling, but if you are driving from far please send us an email and we can leave something out for you or perhaps make a local drop-off. 
If you have any questions contact us at corrie@saphoundmaple.com 
We are spending long days and nights boiling so please be patient with our response time! Thank you.
Manny the Sap Hound barks with some firewood
Manny, the Sap Hound will likely be heard above at the sugarhouse barking over some pieces of firewood. :)

 We are a family-run organic maple syrup operation located in Brownfield, Maine. We have 1375 taps on a 50-acre piece of land on the Maine-NH state line. The spring of 2016 was our inaugural year of commercial operation, and since then we've grown a bit every year!

We now tap about 8000 trees in the Andover-Upton area of western, Maine in addition to our land in Brownfield. Come visit us in the 2020 season! We always have something new we're working on and are so excited to share our passion of making maple syrup with you!

If you would like to read about our story click here. To buy our organic maple syrup online, please click here. 

We are a member of the Maine Maple Producers Association & the Southern Maine Maple Sugarmakers Association. We are certified organic and kosher.

Maine Organic Farm Certification

 Our friend and filmmaker, Mike Dana took some great footage of our operation. Check out this awesome video from Mike Dana Studios! Thanks Mike!

Sap Hound Maple Company from MikeDanaStudio on Vimeo.

Also, check out this article in the Portland Press Herald that interviewed some Maine sugarmakers, including us!