in rural Indiana Amish country, Bart's sugar camp gears up
each spring when the maple sap begins to run. This usually
occurs in February when the daytime temperatures reach the
40's. Bart's camp is a small family operation, aided by a
few loyal friends. It is not a commercial operation, and some
of the syrup is sold mainly to offset the costs of his hobby.
boils the sap down in a homemade open cooker, over a hardwood
fire out in the woods. His syrup is a smidge thicker, and
has a very sublte smokiness you don't get from the syrup produced
by commercal operations.
quantities Bart makes available are limited, and once they
are gone, there won't be any more available until the following
year. If you're interested in some of his maple syrup, and
quantities are sold out, please feel free to put in your order
for the following year. Bart can be reached by emailing him
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accepts payment via Visa, Mastercard, or Discover, which will
be processed through Square. The sale will appear on your credit
card statement as "Bart's Maple Syrup". Bart does
not apologize for the fact that he does not accept PayPal, personal
checks, money orders, cashier's checks, wire transfers, or CODs.
Don't send him a check in the mail, or you'll get it back.
will ship your maple syrup to you via UPS. Bart does not apologize
for the fact that he does not ship through the postal service
or FedEx. UPS is who he works with, and he likes it that way.
yeah..... and he doesn't ship outside the 48 contiguous states.
you happen to know Bart personally, and he deigned to give you
his cell phone number, feel free to make arrangements to purchase
and pick up your syrup. If you don't know Bart personally, you're
up a creek and will have to order through this website and have
Bart is pretty sure someone is going to get ticked off about
something, and be forced to add more stuff to this page about
what he will or will not do. He'll cross that bridge when he
comes to it.