Understanding Canadian Craft Beer with Eli Gershkovitch

Canadians are known mostly for love for beer. According to statistics, beer is the most common alcoholic drink in the country. Craft beer has also gained popularity in Canada and its consumption is on the rise. The sale of craft beer is always rising even with a drop of per capita consumption of beer. Since 1995, the overall beer sales across Canada has been flat but the sales of craft beer have doubled its revenue growth. Paddock wood 606 is one of the top craft beers in Canada. The beer comes from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Since 2004, Paddock Wood has crafted some of the most delicious beers.

The 606 has a malty-hoppy refreshing taste which makes drinkers to crave more of the beer. Half Pints Little Scrapper is another leading Canadian craft beer. The beer comes from Winnipeg, Manitoba. It has unique notes of grapefruit and a nice hoppy kick. This craft beer is a favorite of many. The Unibroue La Fin Du Monde is a craft beer from Canada that is listed among the leading beers. It is produced by Quebec, Quebec which is a Microbrewery. La Fin Du Monde means The End of the World.

Eli Gershkovitch is the Chief Executive Officer at The Steamworks Group of Companies. He has worked in the business of craft beer for almost 21 years and has therefore acquired the necessary expertise and experience required in the field. Eli Gershkovitch is the founder of Steamworks Brew Pub which he started in 1995. Ever since he has worked tirelessly to grow the business and achieve success. Eli Gershkovitch built an organic floor space at Gastown and it now has 754 seats.

Eli Gershkovitch has complimented the flagship operation of Steamworks by opening up a shop with the Transcontinental Restaurant at the nearby Waterfront station. He also sponsors the local events at Gastown (CalgaryHerald). Eli Gershkovitch has earned a reputation as an important anchor tenant who has helped in transforming his local community. Eli attributes his success in the craft beer industry to passion, hard work, and discipline.

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