Silver Lake Syrups!
We are a locally owned, family business in the heart of Barnard, VT known for our
old-fashioned VT Maple Syrup.
We also offer handmade, quality products such as Maple Creemees, Raw VT Honey, Fresh Eggs, Dandelion Syrup, and so much more!
We are excited for you to visit us and learn more about the history of our products!
Let's Celebrate Pi Day!
Pi day is the annual celebration of the mathematical constant, (pi).
For us, that just means more delicious, homemade pies!
Pre-Order your Bourbon Maple Pecan Pies today so you can celebrate pie day with us!
$25 - due at pick up.
Pies will be available for pick up at the sugarhouse on 3/13 or 3/14
Happy New Year 2024!
From the Bottom of our Hearts!
We appreciate our loyal customers that make our family-owned and operated business a success. From our home state of Vermont, thank you for supporting us. We look forward to serving you in 2024 and for many years to come!
Our sugarhouse is currently closed as we prepare for the spring maple sugaring season.
You can still purchase all your maple goodies here on our website!
We can't wait to see you in 2024!!
At Silver Lake Syrups, We Are More Than Maple!
OLD-FASHIONED Family Fun
Locally owned, family sugaring in the heart of Barnard, Vermont. Our syrups are made with love, care, and hours of hard work!
Danforth Pewter is handmade in Middlebury, Vermont by a team of local artists who cast, spin, polish, paint, and assemble raw metal to form these exquisite Vermont themed ornaments and magnets.
We are proud to support this local business and know that you'll love the quality of these beautiful ornaments and magnets and the VT memories they hold!
More styles available!
Vermont Wild Birch Syrup
A portion of our birch sap is kept cold until the end of the season when we boil it daily until it turns into a dark, sweet birch syrup. It takes about 110 gallons of birch sap to make one gallon of birch syrup!
THE NEXT BIG THING
Sap from the birch tree is collected in the spring just like sap from a maple tree!
Vermont Wild Birch Water
Fresh birch sap is boiled down to about 1/3 of its original volume or until the sugar content is about 3%. The sap is then strained and bottled to make Birch Water, a deliciously sweet and refreshing summer beverage!
from our neighbors!
We are proud to support our neighbors and the bees next door who have been hard at work producing raw Vermont honey!
We LOVE their honey and think you will too!
“We had an awesome visit! I'll always love Maple, but the rhubarb syrup was <3. We definitely intend to return!”
“What an awakening! I could not have asked for anything more refreshing or better than this delicious Syrup from Vermont.”
— June H.
So delighted to have such wonderful neighbors and such awesome quality syrups, honey, eggs, and creemees (soft serve ice cream) so close! The community is super excited! We recommend stopping by to try all of Eric and Sonja's goodies.