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Manitowoc man applies high technology to syrup making

9:55 PM, Apr. 7, 2014
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The lingering winter finally has released its icy grip on Jesse Wagner's maple trees. The sap is running and Wagner's busy boiling it down to its sugary essence.

But don't expect rustic tin buckets and crude pans over a wood fire in this maple-syrup making operation.

Wagner, owner of Inthewoods Sugar Bush in rural Manitowoc, has a state-of-the-art tubing system that collects the sap, a reverse-osmosis pumping system that removes a large percent of its water and a large, stainless steel continuous-flow evaporator. His bottler resembles a high-end cappuccino machine. ...

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