This year’s New York State Maple Weekend will include a free tree-tapping event hosted by 42 North. The family-friendly event – in partnership with Erie County Parks – will be held on Saturday, March 25 at the Erie County Forestry Bureau in East Concord, NY from 12 noon until 4 pm.
This event will include:
Demonstrations of the maple production process from Erie County’s very own Sugar Shack
Maple-inspired food from Fat Bob’s BBQ
A special tapping of 42 North’s limited-edition Maple Porter. The maple porter was produced with maple syrup from the Erie County forest.
“We are thrilled to partner with Erie County Parks on this unique event,” said 42 North Brewery Founder, John Cimperman, who noted that this event is the first of Erie County’s ‘Pints in the Parks’ event series held throughout the year. “New York State has a storied tradition in maple production and we felt this was a great way to highlight New York’s maple legacy and also provide attendees with an up-close look at the process and the beautiful grounds of the Erie County Forest.”
42 North’s Tree Tap Maple Festival will Feature Maple Syrup Demonstration.
The Erie County Forestry Bureau is located at 11200, Genesee Road in East Concord.
For more information on 42 North or the TreeTap Maple Festival, log onto www.42northbrewing.com.
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