stix2brix

The 2022 Sugar Camps will be announced in January. In the meantime, feel free to contact any of these sugar shacks directly about purchasing syrup as it is available! Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, please follow the guidelines established by the Indiana Department of Health to protect yourself and others while in the sugarhouse.

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Address:
3381 S 500 W
Anderson, IN 46011

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, please follow the guidelines established by the Indiana Department of Health to protect yourself and others while in the sugarhouse.


Contact Information:
Phone Number: 317-702-1628
Email: stix2brixmaple@gmail.com
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Operated by the Gerald Riffey family and Eric Lee, stix2°brix is a 500-tap operation located on an 80-acre farm between Anderson and Lapel in Madison County, just minutes away from suburban Indianapolis.

Our name signifies the process for making maple syrup. Degrees Brix (°Bx) is a measurement of the sugar content of a liquid. Sap from a maple tree is 2 degrees Brix (2°Bx). The sap is boiled until the density reaches 66 degrees Brix (66°Bx), resulting in pure maple syrup.

While the farm has been in the family for over five generations, maple syrup production began in 2017. A rustic shed once used as a chicken house has been converted into a sugarhouse. A modern wood-fired stainless steel evaporator is used to make the syrup.

On Maple Weekend, guests will have the opportunity to observe the entire syrup-making process from sap collection to syrup bottling. Various products, including maple syrup, bourbon barrel-aged maple syrup, maple cotton candy, maple cream, maple-covered nuts, and fresh maple-flavored baked goods will be available for sampling and purchase. Door prizes will be given away.

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