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Propane-Fired Maple Syrup
Made in New York State using propane-fired distillation
Propane-fired Maple Syrup Available
December 1, 2022 - Trumansburg, New York. Bill Overbaugh of Trumansburg, New York announced the availability of propane-fired Maple Syrup from his central New York State maple grove.
Bill Overbaugh and his dad Tom have been making Maple Syrup for years from the Sugar Maples on their property.
The boiling process which renders the sap from the sugar maples on his property is fired exclusively with propane.
Overbaugh is a former propane and heating oil marketer from central New York State, and is currently the Executive Director for the New York Propane Gas Association (nypropane.com).
The product, sold as "Halsey Hill Maple Syrup, will be available in 4 different packages: 250 ml, 500 ml, half gallon and full gallon containers.
The new packaging and label touts a prominent addition to the design. The "Propane-fired" emblem is an eye-catching addition to the graphic's design.
"We've been making Maple syrup from the trees here in Central New York for decades”, Overbaugh said. "Shane Sweet suggested we highlight our propane-fired distillation process, and that we should tell people about it. We think the Maple syrup lovers out there in the propane industry might like the idea"
Maple Syrup is a cottage industry dating back hundreds of years and is manufactured primarily in the northeast and upper Midwest, Overbaugh said. “Sugaring Season” is generally in the Spring of the year and it is then that the raw syrup from sugar maples is collected, distilled and packaged.
The product is available to anyone and can be shipped anywhere in the US.
"If pancakes and waffles are your thing, here's your chance to get it right and support the propane industry as well" quipped Overbaugh
The product will be available online and for purchase using a variety of generally accepted payment methods.
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