Canadian Craft Beer
The beer has been in the market for the longest time. It is a beverage enjoyed by many as a pastime, especially in the Canadian society. Canadians are known for their love of beer and in the course of time, it has become the most popular alcoholic beverage in the country. However, the country is starting to adopt a different kind of beer known as craft beer. This type of beer is quickly becoming a favorite for many due to its different flavors. Some of these craft beers include Red Racer Pale manufactured by Central City Brewing, Weissbier manufactured by Denison Brewing Company, Nutcracker manufactured by Black Oak Brewery and many others.
The number of craft beers in the Canadian market is growing by the day. However, one well-known craft beer brewery in Canada is Steamworks Craft Breweries which was founded by Eli Gershkovitch.
About Eli Gershkovitch
Eli Gershkovitch studied law on campus (https://www.wingsjournal.com/hes-pilot-lawyer-ceo-steamworks-brewery-eli-gershkovitch). Many people wonder how he ended up being the owner of a brewery company instead of practicing law. His story is a long one and his journey as a businessman begun when he enrolled for the Universtė de ski for some art classes in Grenoble. During this time, he got exposed to Belgian beer. He visited a microbrewery in Germany and it intrigued him.
It was after his visit to the microbrewery that Eli Gershkovitch was motivated to start his own brewery company. He opened Steamworks Group in 1995. The company’s craft beers have been well received in the Canadian market. Eli Gershkovitch has also put his law degree to good use by ensuring he keeps up with every legal work for the company.
Eli Gershkovitch also has a successful restaurant in Gastown (YouTube). As a businessman, he has been very successful due to self-drive and the desire to produce something. His brewing company produces 15 to 17 beers every year.
He takes great pride in seeing people drinking his beer and he hopes to continue growing. Eli Gershkovitch continues to capitalize on his desire to the building, making him a force to be reckoned with.