We consciously source each of our ingredients, working with small local farmers and producers wherever possible. Our community of partners in upstate New York, New England and beyond allows us to access the highest quality, sustainably grown and harvested whole ingredients that make our craft fire ciders and oxymels so unique.
We are actively scaling up our own apiaries in hopes of producing enough honey to make all of our products. Meanwhile, we source our honey from local producers throughout eastern New York and Western Massachusetts such as Merrimack Vally Apiaries in Billerica, MA.
And our Grade A Maple Syrup comes from Butternut Mountain Farm in neighboring Vermont, where we’ve been honored to be adopted into the local food community through our gravel biking community in the Northeast Kingdom.
Alliums, Roots + Herbs
We aspire to grow enough organic alliums, roots and herbs for all of our production or source locally. Meanwhile we source from companies like Mountain Rose Herbs, Pacific Botanicals, Monterey Bay Spice Company and Sonoran Spice Companies.
Besides Greig Farms (mentioned above), we're lucky to have apiary partners such as the Lone Duck Farm in Saugerties, NY, who house our beehives and receive the magical gift of pollination in return.
Our ingredients are always of the highest quality. For ingredients that are not USDA certified, we make sure to obtain ingredients without the use of pesticides and, as always, we source locally whenever possible.