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The Hogan Family

Spencer & Erica Hogan started their homestead as a hobby and a dream that one day it would grow with their family. One tap turned into two, then turned into hundreds. When you serve our Maple Syrup at your table, you know that the Hogan's were the ones who went out in the cold, hand tapped every tree, boiled the sap together and personally bottled that syrup.


We only serve our family the best products, and we wouldn't expect anything less for yours.


Our Maple Syrup is cooked over a wood fire for that classic maple syrup taste that everyone loves.


We welcome all Locally Made & Maple Lover's to shop our mini store front inside our head office at 96 White Oak Drive East, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.

Organizations We Are Proudly Associated With

Buy Algoma . Buy Local


The Rural Agri-Innovation Network (RAIN), an initiative of Sault Ste. Marie Innovation Centre, has launched a buy local branding initiative in Algoma.

We are a proud member of Buy Algoma






Sault Ste. Marie Chambers of Commerce


The Sault Ste. Marie Chambers of Commerce has been in operations for 130 years and support all types of businesses. 

We are a proud member of the Sault Ste. Marie Chamber of Commerce .


Ontario Maple Syrup Producers Association


The Ontario Maple Syrup Producers Association (OMSPA) is a producer based organization formed in 1966 to represent maple syrup producers across the province. As a producer organization we are committed to promoting the production of high quality maple products using the best available management practices. We represent a long history of sugar making in the province and are proud to carry on with the traditions associated with one of nature’s greatest natural sweeteners – the making of maple syrup when the sap begins to flow.





Sweet Ontario 


OMSPA is the official voice of sugar makers in the province. We currently represent over 400 “sugar makers” from all across the province, who are committed to producing a high quality product for consumers to enjoy. Our members are involved with a wide range of activities organized at the provincial level or through one of our 11 local chapters located across the maple producing areas of the province. We also work closely with other organizations and levels of government to promote and protect the maple industry in Ontario. OMSPA is an active member of the International Maple Syrup Institute.