Add some Quamba to your Holiday Season.

Most people have never heard of Quamba, Minnesota. But that is the world headquarters for Sapsucker Farms Organics. Our Yellow Belly cider pairs well with the holidays. Available in three flavors: Semi-Sweet – juicy and tart like a bite of a fresh apple; Ginger – a nice flavor balance of apples and fresh organic ginger root grown on our farm; Barrel Aged – our cider aged in a bourbon barrel for several months, and tastes like an apple dumpling with bourbon sauce. Available at your favorite wine and spirits store throughout Minnesota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin. Ginger is available in Utah as well.

Send the gift of Minnesota to your loved ones this holiday season. Our certified organic maple syrup, and Minnesota wildflower honey is produced right here in Quamba. Our wild rice is harvested from Minnesota lakes and rivers too.

Wishing you all a very blessed holiday season.

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Yellow Belly Tasting Schedule

Stop by for a taste of Yellow Belly ciders during our sampling events at these stores throughout the holidays.

Friday 11/3 Kowalski’s-Grand Ave 4-6 pm Saint Paul
Friday 11/3 Liquor Boy 4-6 pm Saint Louis Park
Friday 11/10 1st Grand  St. Paul 4-6 pm Saint Paul
Sat 11/11 Haskell’s Maple Grove 1-3 pm Maple Grove
Thurs 11/16 Total Wine Mtka 4-7pm Minnetonka
Friday 11/17 South Lyndale 3-6 pm Minneapolis
Sat 11/18 Total Wine Burnsville 3-6 pm Burnsville
Friday 11/24 Surdyks 3-6 pm Minneapolis
Friday 11/24 Richfield – Lyndale 3:30-6:30 Richfield
Friday 12/1 Hums Mpls-22nd St So.3-6pm Minneapolis
Friday 12/1 Richfield – Cedar 3-6 pm Richfield
Friday 12/8 Central Avenue Liquors 3-6pm Minneapolis
Friday 12/15 South Lyndale 3-6 pm Minneapolis
Friday 12/22 Top Ten St Louis Park 5-7 pm Saint Louis Park

Sugar Maple Trail of Colors – Saturday October 14 Noon – 5pm.

Stroll through our sugar maple grove and the native prairie and enjoy the brilliant fall colors, while sipping on some hot cider. Enjoy free tastings of organic fresh apple cider, Yellow Belly hard cider, and maple syrup. 

Farm products for sale: fresh apple cider, Yellow Belly hard cider, maple syrup, and honey.

This is a rain-or-shine event, so be sure to dress appropriately for the weather.

Hope to see you here on the farm!

 

300 Kids Visit the Farm.

On Tuesday September 12, The farm was all abuzz when the 3rd and 5th grade classes of Mora Elementary school had a field trip to Sapsucker Farms. The morning session was the 5th grade classes and the afternoon session was the 3rd grade classes.

The event was organized by the Kanabec County U of M Extension Master Gardeners and the teachers of Fairview elementary school with a grant from the Mora Education Foundation.

We established four stations and after 20 minutes, the whistle blew and the kids rotated to the next station. The four stations included:

Honey bees and native prairie

Apple orchard and chickens

Maple syrup and mushrooms

Hoop house with season extension growing

When the tour was done, everyone went home with a honey bear. A fun day for all.

 

Farm Tour and Open House Saturday 8/5/17 Noon-6pm

Enjoy a tour of Sapsucker Farms organic farm and orchard.
– Nature walk through the native prairie.
– Tastings of Yellow Belly hard ciders: Semi-sweet, Ginger, and Barrel Aged, as well as tastings of new flavors yet to be introduced.
– Relax and enjoy the beautiful farmscape.
– Farm products for sale: Yellow Belly cider, maple syrup, honey, fresh organic produce.

Fingers crossed that the weather will be beautiful as well.

Some Fancy Bling.

All three of our ciders are sporting some fancy bling from the prestigious 2017 Great Lakes International Cider and Perry Competition (GLINTCAP). GOLD medal – Yellow Belly Barrel Aged; SILVER medal – Yellow Belly Semi-sweet (original); BRONZE medal – Yellow Belly Ginger.

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