A visit to Creemore, a small Ontario village, is always a special treat. A quaint, now fully tourist compliant, hamlet is tucked next to the busy road connecting Georgian Bay to the Greater Toronto region. The village is a site for one of the earlier craft breweries – Creemore Springs Brewery.
Over the years, following the big corporate (Molson-Coors) takeover, the brewery has expanded but still managed to keep and enhance its rustic charm. The brew offering has expanded as well. From the beginnings of the Creemore Springs Lager to a comprehensive flight offering for any visitor unsuspecting or otherwise.
For photography, it does not get any better than Creemore on a sunny July day. But this past July, the brewery was a star attraction. Taps and flights, old kettle and buildings themselves, all captured well on Fuju Superia X-Tra film. A set of postcards from Creemore to tie us over until the next visit, or a six pack.
Film: FujiFilm Superia X-Tra 400 (EI400)
Gear: Nikon FE / Nikkor 35mm f/2.8 AI lens
Processing: Unicolor C-41 Home Kit / Epson V600 / VueScan Pro