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La Cabane à Pierre

Come please your sweet tooth

In the spring, the maple trees overflow with sap, which maple producers hasten to collect by tapping the trees. With this maple water, they make maple syrup as well as all the maple by-products like maple butter, maple sugar and maple taffy, to name but a few. Come taste this delicious regional product during a traditional home-made meal brought out with this tasty nectar at La Cabane à Pierre.

Pierre sugar shack

Your hosts welcome you with open arms to make you discover the joys of maple taste. Come with a group or with the entire family to experience a typical Quebec evening. Upon your arrival, you will be welcomed by the servers, dressed in epoch costumes in a beautiful log building in the middle of which sits an imposing central fireplace. You can then have a delicious traditional meal prepared with care and brought out with maple syrup. Try the tasty traditional mountaineer pea soup, the pork grills, the smoked maple ham, the lumber camp beans, the country sausages, the baked potatoes, the home-made bread and the pancakes with maple syrup for dessert. You will be satisfied by this tasty meal, there’s no doubt!

Activities at Pierre sugar shack

After such a delicious meal, go on a walk in the maple grove or dance to the rhythms of traditional music. Children will love to listen to Gédéo Brevet telling, them great stories. Come learn about the maple syrup production, from water to the final product. Maple water needs to be boiled to bring out the maple taste that will give the light or strong taste depending on the colour of the syrup. Today’s techniques allow the boiling of maple water faster than with the ancient techniques. Depending on the boiling time and on the boiling temperature, you can make maple syrup, maple taffy, and soft or hard maple sugar. In order to make one litre of maple syrup, 30 to 40 litres of water are needed! Up to 60 litres of water are needed to make maple sugar! A visit to the trapper camp will make you discover the universe of these important workers. Don’t forget the tasting of maple taffy on snow, an unforgettable experience!

Year round, the hosts of La Cabane à Pierre welcome you to make you discover the maple syrup production processes. You can also enjoy a delicious typical meal with family or friends in a boisterous atmosphere. Come take pleasure in the joys of the sugaring season all year long at the sugar shack! Make sure you reserve your place!

   
Pierre sugar shack
566, rang 2
P.O. Box 1006
Frampton
Québec, Canada
G0R 1M0

Web site : www.cabaneapierre.com
Phone : (418) 479-5200
Toll free: 1 888 385-5200
Fax : (418) 479-5238
Email : info@cabaneapierre.com

   
 
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