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
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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.