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Maple Syrup: Season 3

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Discussion' started by Pudge, Feb 5, 2019.

  1. Mar 24, 2019 at 7:57 PM
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    Well my brother flaked out on me and didn't show up today and didn't answer my calls. I spent 2 hours cutting wood waiting for him. Then 4 hours collecting 400 gallons of sap and the taps were running like crazy. He was supposed to cook today but that didn't happen. My daughter hung in there all day yesterday and 4 more hours today, but I just couldn't put her through anymore this weekend. She was beat, I was beat. Shes 7 and I feel bad I clog her weekends with this syrup stuff. So needless to say I didn't cook at all today. I hope I hear from him tomorrow because he needs to collect sap tomorrow (i will be at work for 14 hours) and/or cook what I got today. If he doesn't then buckets will overflow and we will be way behind. If I fall behind in the next couple days that could end the season because uncooked sap will spoil and overflowing buckets is money dripping on the ground. I hate to say it but i don't have a good feeling about how this week/end of the season will go. I can not do it alone as I just don't have the time and I can not put syrup ahead of my daughter. Let's hope I can add to the total and get at least one more week out of the season. So far I have about 50 gallons made and another 10 gallons worth of raw sap. Realistically I could get 30 more gallons of syrup made this year of my brother wakes up. Wish me luck.
     
  2. Mar 24, 2019 at 9:08 PM
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    Dear Pudge’s Brother,

    Please wake up.

    Sincerely,

    Pudge’s Tundra Brotherhood.
     
  3. Mar 24, 2019 at 9:12 PM
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    Spending time with daughter is priority #1. Of this time making syrup becomes a burden for her she will end up hating it later in life. So remember you do this for fun not to make mortgage payments. If it’s becoming a burden time to cut it back and take a break bud.
     
  4. Mar 25, 2019 at 8:21 AM
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    We will see how this week goes. I'll definitely update here to let you all know.
     
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  5. Mar 26, 2019 at 3:19 PM
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    Went out today and collected almost 400 gallons. I have about 750 gallons at the sugar house that I will start boiling tomorrow morning. I expect tomorrow and Thursday to be good for sap because the weather is perfect. Unfortunately I can't collect any more sap til I get a bunch boiled down to free up some space in my storage containers.

    Thursday or Friday will be the last day I collect sap this year. There are many factors that lead me to that decision. One, I am worn out and have been a one man show for much of this season. Two, the temps for the weekend are too high for maple sap flow, high of 70 and lows in the 50s, the sap can spoil just like milk so those temps alone could kill the season. When it gets that warm for a few days in a row the treed start to heal themselves a.k.a. they will essentially stop flowing sap from the hole I drilled in it. And three, the buds for the leaves are starting to show up on the sugar maples, a few warm days and all the buds will be out. Once the buds form the trees don't really need much more sugar so the sap starts to get a little bitter and very low sugar % so it does not make good syrup.

    So the season is winding down, whatever sap I can get before Saturday will be boiled down over the weekend and the taps will be removed from the trees. The next ohase is the most exciting for all of you guys....the filtering and bottling process. That'll start next week once everything us boiled down. Then I can start selling it. Then I get to do the worst part of the season which is clean up. I hate cleaning every piece of equipment and every bucket. It sucks so bad but had to be done.

    Thanks for your support everyone. I will keep updating this thread to let you all know when you can buy some delicious maple goodness.
     
  6. Mar 26, 2019 at 3:26 PM
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    Next season I'm going to have to take a weekend to come help...
     
  7. Mar 26, 2019 at 4:01 PM
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    How does this season compare to last?
     
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  8. Mar 26, 2019 at 4:09 PM
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    @Pudge do you still need help this year? I think I might be able to lend a few hours next weekend. (April 6-7).
     
  9. Mar 26, 2019 at 5:05 PM
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    Last year I made about 80 gallons of syrup. This year may be close to that. The issue with this year has just been I have taken on twice the workload and it really could have been more productive than it was. All in all itll be similar production to last year.
     
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  10. Mar 26, 2019 at 5:06 PM
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    Thanks buddy but I think I will be pretty much shut down this weekend... other than filtering and bottling syrup which I just do a little at a time once the season winds down. I really appreciate the offer.
     
  11. Mar 26, 2019 at 5:59 PM
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    sounds like you should have a Tundra meetup next season and put everyone to work!
    I would be happy to get my daughter from UConn and come help
     
  12. Mar 27, 2019 at 12:06 AM
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    I'm sorry, Sean. Hang in there, Friend. :)
     
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    Next year you can use Susan as an indentured servant since slavery is no longer legal... she can work for syrup! I would also get the bonus of some peace and quiet!
     
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  14. Mar 27, 2019 at 9:51 AM
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    Boiling away since 9 this morning. Got through a couple hundred gallons of sap ...of the 800 that is waiting to be cooked down. Trees are probably dripping like crazy right now. It's about 50° and sunny after a cold night. Perfect conditions but I can't go get it til I cook a bunch of what I have. On the bright side I have made about 4 gallons of syrup today

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    This os the front pan also called the syrup pan. Theres a thermometer in there that shows the temp of the syrup or soon to be syrup. Generally syrup is at the right viscosity at 7° above boiling temp of water, so around 219°. Some days it can be higher, today its about 221°. That's when I know to open the valve and start taking syrup out of the pans. As its pouring out I test it with the hydrometer which has a red line to indicate that it is indeed syrup. Pic of hydrometer and test cup which is coated in maple sugar, I love picking that off and tasting the goodness.

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    This is the back pan, also know as the flue pan. You can kind of see the "flues" , the pan is essentially corrugated so it has a lot of surface area. Each flue is 8"deep and an inch wide and the flames and heat go through them on the way up the smoke stack. The majority of the cooking gets done here. If that pan was stretched out flat it would be 14 feet wide.

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  17. Mar 27, 2019 at 10:09 AM
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    So close!

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  18. Mar 27, 2019 at 10:13 AM
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    There is a steady flow of sap that comes from this stainless tank, through copper pipe and into the evaporator. I control how fast it comes in with a valve. I try to keep about an inch of liquid in the pans and have to constantly adjust valves to keep it right. I pump sap from the truck tank up to that stainless tank which is called a head tank or gravity feed tank

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    That's so cool! Wish I was closer to help and visually see the process in action.
     
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    Is this the part of the process where you sit back with a beer and watch the magic happen?
     
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    If you've got 2 guys running the evaporator then yup that's the time. Best part of the whole process. Unfortunately when you're all alone there too much to keep track up so not much sitting. I definitely need to simplify things here so I can have more time for that!
     
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    Out for what is likely the final day of sap collection. At least it's a good flow. Pretty much every bucket has looked like this.

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    Ended up getting about 500 gallons today. This is very likely the last day of sap collection for the year. There is about 800 stored up at the sugar house and I really, really hope my brother boils it tonight and this weekend. I worked hard to get all that sap and I have to work all weekend and can't cook it. Its supposed to warm up quite a bit this weekend and will be very upset if the sap spoils, it's a lot of work to go get. He says he will boil it so I really hope he actually does.
     
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    Keeping my fingers crossed for you that everything works out, Sean!
     
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    Well the season is done and over. Weather for too warm, buds started to form on the trees and the sap turned from sweet to it so sweet. So We stopped collecting sap last weekend and i got the last of it cooked Tuesday. Ended up right around 80 gallons. Just need to filter and bottle some. My brother was supposed to do some this weekend as I was booked up with stuff with my daughter, then she ended up getting sick so the weekend was a wash anyway. So a few weeks of filtering and bottling and I should be able to start taking orders.
    I do need a day to go pull the taps out and take my buckets home so I can start cleaning stuff.
     
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    Congrats on wrapping up the season, Sean! I'll be placing my order when you are good to go.
     
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    Congrats on grinding it out! I wish I was a little closer to CT, I'd love to chip in and see the process, alot of work but sounds like fun. I'm in for an order for sure, I can't wait!!
     
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