The brewery is known for not using preservatives during the brew process, or pasteurizing afterwards. Because of this, they recommend perpetual refrigeration. The brewery states that it only uses four ingredients in its brewing process - malted barley, hops, water, and yeast. The brewery uses water exclusively from an artesian well in its brewing process. The water comes from the Creemore Spring located on one of the founder's property. It is trucked from the source to the brewery daily in 10,000 L truckloads; each truckload contains enough water to brew one batch.
They were the second Ontario brewer – after Hockley Valley – to offer their product for sale in cans.
In 2009, Creemore Springs applied for planning permission to expand their plant by 60% to triple their brewing capacity to 150,000 hL per year. The location of such a large industrial plant in downtown Creemore generated debate.