$3.50, $4.50 & $5.00
8 oz pkg $3.50 (Buttermilk), 16 oz pkg $4.50 (Buttermilk, Wild Blueberry) and 1.5 lb pkg $5.00 (Red Mill Buttermilk, 10 Grain, and Gluten Free option).
8 oz. bag of Maple Nut Corn (like Carmel Corn) with peanuts.
SPECIAL!!!! Glass Gingerbread containing 3.4 oz of beautiful medium amber pure maple syrup..... Adorable Gift Item
Beautiful Gift of our finest golden Maple syrup in a very attractive thick glass container in the shape of a Maple leaf, with gold foil/gold cap.
Both the Bar B Q Sauce and the Mustard will compliment any sandwich! Bar B Q Sauce sweet and tangy and great for whatever you coat with Bar B Q Sauce and grilling... The Mustard terrific on Brats/Rst Beef Sandwiches/Ham Sandwiches and more...
$20.00 to $45.00
Made up with a container of Pure Maple Syrup, and from 1 to 4 other items in a basket. The other items typically consist of 1.5 Pancake Mix, Maple Nut Corn, Maple Granulated Sugar, Maple Cream or Maple Sugar Candy leaves.
S and S Sugar Bush a century old family hobby located in western Wisconsin, is owned by Lyle and Shirley Stockwell. They inherited the 35 acres of maple trees in 1974 from Shirley’s father, Floyd Snow, who received it from his father, Merchant Snow, thus the S and S name derived from Snow and Stockwell. Merchant started tapping the trees in about 1900, the year Floyd was born. Floyd’s earliest memories of maple syrup date to 1907, when he recalled eating the syrup with a spoon. There was a teepee full of Native American Indians, who were on their way annually to grounds in Minnesota for the summer, and they too would ask for the syrup. The family hobby of making maple syrup involves the Stockwell’s three sons: Barry and his wife Carol, Larry and his wife Vanessa, and Todd, along with friends, relatives and neighbors. Other “helpers” include the future syrup makers, the grandchildren, as well as the great-grandchildren!
Wisconsin Making Maple Syrup - Stockwell's/S & S Sugar Bush-Travel Pierce County-Vacation Western Wisconsin-Great River Road.
by Paul Jurgensen April 2011
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during syrup season,
and be sure to join us for our Open House 4th weekend in April (April 27-28-29, 2018)
April 27 Friday (9-5) April 28 Saturday (9-5) and April 29 Sunday (9-3)
Open by appointment, please give a call ahead (715) 594 3632 or (715) 594 3066
7 days a week (9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.)