Brigham owes its name to the owner of a brick factory, the most important enterprise in the mid 1900s. Two covered bridges, the Manoir Brigham with its Neo-Renaissance style and the United Church of Brigham remind us of the town's past. Living in a predominantly agricultural and country setting, Brigham citizens always benefit from excellent locally grown products.
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Here we can still find traditional sugar shacks, where everything is done in artisanal fashion. All the maple trees are tapped with buckets and the sap evaporates over a wood fire which produces an exceptional maple syrup, sending off aromas all over the surrounding mountain terroir.
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