Pure Maple Syrup from Wisconsin

Pure Maple Syrup from Wisconsin

Pure Maple Syrup from WisconsinPure Maple Syrup from WisconsinPure Maple Syrup from Wisconsin

About Us

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100% PURE Maple Syrup

We hold an Open House ANNUALLY in the spring! Typically 4th week-end in April

We hold an Open House ANNUALLY in the spring! Typically 4th week-end in April

  • All of the Pure maple syrup we sell on our web site is U.S. Grade A, med amber.  We are a family owned business since the early 1900's.  We are members of the Wisconsin Maple Syrup Producers Assoc, 2002 & 2017 Maple Producers of the Year, and 2010 received the WMSPA Honorary Lifetime Membership Award.  Thank you for visiting our site, we are pleased to serve you. 

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We hold an Open House ANNUALLY in the spring! Typically 4th week-end in April

We hold an Open House ANNUALLY in the spring! Typically 4th week-end in April

We hold an Open House ANNUALLY in the spring! Typically 4th week-end in April

2020 NO OPEN HOUSE (in April) 

Due to CORVID-19  

HOWEVER

We are selling our PURE Maple Syrup harvested/processed 2020 

by APPOINTMENT ONLY 

 at the Syrup House/Sugar Bush.  

You may purchase off the shelf, or bring your own  clean/sanitized containers 

to have filled at a reduced rate 

thru the month of April 2020

EMAIL: cstockwell@bevcomm.net

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We will ship ....

We hold an Open House ANNUALLY in the spring! Typically 4th week-end in April

We will ship ....

  • We do ship anywhere in the US (ground).  For shipping, a $2.00 packaging will be applied, along with the cost of the maple syrup (maple items), plus the specified shipping charges thru USPS


Menu / Price List



*Prices subject to change and certain items may become unavailable from time to time....

Family History

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It all began over a century ago.....


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! 

Video

Wisconsin Making Maple Syrup  -  Stockwell's/S & S Sugar Bush-Travel Pierce County-Vacation Western Wisconsin-Great River Road. 


by Paul Jurgensen  April  2011

Contact Us

Drop us a line!

Feel free to stop by and pick up your Maple Syrup today!

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)

Maple Syrup - Ellsworth, WI Stockwell's Sugar Bush

N3843 730th Street, Ellsworth, WI 54011, US

(715) 594-3066

Hours

Please call ahead (715) 594 3066 for assistance and/or directions Thank You ~

7 days a week (9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.)   

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