Gaining popularity across the whole of Canada around 2008, the astonishing interests and sales of craft beer have since then skyrocketed. From Traditional ale, pilsner, lager to scotch ale, it is easy to say that Canadians know how to brew up some of the finest craft beer (LinkedIn). There is an abundance of high-quality beers that vary from totally experimental to traditional in taste. Central City Brewing company in Surrey, British Columbia produces an award winning IPA brew called “Red Racer Pale Ale”. The IPA has a stronger hop ratio (skunkier than regular pale ales) and can stay fresher longer. There is a brewery in Quebec that makes gluten-free beers made with a blend of millet, cloves, molasses and a hint of nutmeg. With a hefty 6.5 per cent of alcohol, these specialty beers will make any gluten intolerant Canadian proud. With the most Canada even boasts of a college that specializes in teaching brewery, the Niagara College. There you can enroll in a post-secondary brew master program (YouTube).
Eli Gershkovitch, CEO of Steamworks Group of Companies, believes that “everybody is talking about craft beer at the moment”. Eli Gershkovitch hopes to meet the high demand of craft beers by gradually expanding his company. Eli opened Vancouver’s Steamworks Brew Pub in 1995 which now has 754 in-house seats, it initially started out with a modest count of 184 seats. His brewery now fully operates with a 40,000 hectoliter output; it recently netted a 50 per cent increase in revenue since opening up to selling across the shores. Eli Gershkovitch has opened up a few Transcontinental restaurants and his brewery now distributes beer to 14 states in the US as well as several highly populated Canadian provinces. They are selling their beer products to other countries like Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy and Hong Kong. All around the world, the Steamworks Group of Companies is praised as a very trustworthy and successful company in the brewing industry.
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