Canadians have been to known to many for their love of beer, it is no stereotype that when it comes to alcoholic drinks beer is at the top of every Canadian list. The most famous of the beers are craft beer, despite the recent drop in beer consumption craft beer has managed to stay in business with its sales as well as consumption going on the rise. Craft beer’s sales have retained a double-figure returns since two thousand and nine.
Since the sixteen hundred beer has been part and parcel of the Canadian History with the first European settlers being the first to set up breweries in the country. Spruce beer was the first type of beer to be brewed but in the last few years, companies that brew craft beer have emerged all over the country. This can be seen by the rise in numbers of microbreweries with less than ninety in two thousand and six to six hundred and ten microbreweries in two thousand and fifteen. There have been a few brewmasters who have been the key figures in producing some of the best ales, lagers, and pilsners flavors that has placed Canada in the lead at brewing craft beer (http://releasefact.com/2017/08/eli-gershkovitch/).
Eli Gershkovitch is one on this brewmasters, he is the current Chief Executive Office as well as the founder of Steam-works Group of Companies. He is revered as one of the toughest competitors in the latest Open Bar Championship where he was responsible for putting craft beer on the beer map (GazetteDay). In nineteen ninety-five Eli’s company Steamworks Brew Pub became very famous with the brewery having a production rate of fifteen to seventeen beers per year however, he currently has a distribution of his pilsner and pale ale flavors in over eighty-five government licensed liquor stores as well as a variety of privately owned alcohol retail stores.
A determined man Eli Gershkovitch bravely took up a new and exceptional type of beer which most brewmasters had not tried before that came to be the most favorite beer in Canada. Additionally, he picked a great location that allowed his customers to taste this beer at the same place where it was being brewed.