How the Magic Happens

Our Syrup was sourced by some of the first settlers to arrive in the New Brunswick area dating back to the 1700’s. At that time there were Native Indians who were very familiar with the art of making maple syrup. Legend says: in the early days, the natives discovered maple syrup by accident. It has been told that one spring a brave native threw his axe into a maple tree located near their fire pit. While the women were cooking on an open fire, the heat from the fire started the sap dripping from the tree, down the axe handle and into their pots. This made their meal very sweet, so they collected this “sweet sap” in larger amounts and boiled it into a sweet thick syrup. Similarly, the family that collected our maple syrup, did it in large iron pots over an open fire, using wooden spills in small drill holes in the maple trees.

The family was one of the first in the area to construct a building, as well as use a new method of extracting the water with an evaporator. They advanced from wooden spills to steel spills, and collected the sap with horse and sleigh. Future Generations carried on the tradition. They used more modern equipment such as corrugated evaporators, lids on cans, and plastic pipe which ran from one tan house to the main camp. They expanded using pipelines to all trees, vacuum pumps, reverse osmosis machines and forced air evaporators. The tradition continues with the same family that started it all.

The big difference is now we like to support the local growers, similar to how wineries use different varietals. This helps the community and keeps costs down for you. We have a First Class facility to make sure all of our Syrup follows International Health & Safety Standards. We do all of our own bottling and make sure that our Maple Syrup is Top Tier in the Industry.

This special formulation consists of the same natural ingredient breakdown as maple sap, but is much more consistent in taste, color, and aroma. With our unique process, Beach Brothers Maple Syrup brings the highest quality with no additives or preservatives, allowing you to use it exactly like traditional maple syrup. We like to say our Syrup is made with Aloha, which means Alo (presence) Ha (breath) The Presence of Breath. It is a Greeting that is meant to show we are alive and to share love, peace, and compassion. The family who collects and produces our syrup believes and lives Aloha. We want to share this sweet natural nectar from the Maple Tree to all of you.