Eli Gershkovitch the Innovator In the Craft Beer Business

When it comes to Canadian craft beer, it’s all about the flavor. Compared to beer in the United States, Canadian beer has a slightly higher alcohol content as well. The average beer in America has a range of 4.0% to 5.8% alcohol by volume. Canadian beer ranges from 4.0% to 6.1% alcohol per volume. There are many beautiful high beer drinking areas of Canada such as Saskatchewan and Paddock Wood. Winstons Pub in Saskatoon is an excellent place to try a pint of their 606 craft beer. 606 is a malty and hoppy beer that can be found in the local Canadian liquor store. Little Scrapper from Half Pint is a flavorful craft beer with notes of grapefruit. They are known to be the kings of Canadian Belgium craft beers. La Fin Du Monde is a beer not for the faint of heart. This strong and fruity flavored beer packs a punch of 9% alcohol volume. This is the perfect beer for a summer picnic on the beach. You will taste honey, floral and malt tones that make this the champagne of beers. Quidi Vidi’s Iceberg Beer is so popular, you are likely to find thousands talking about it on social media. The company harvests ice from the best icebergs they can find. From there a delicious and lightly hopped beer is brewed. Locals and tourists have raved about the Quidi Vidi Brewery tour in St. John’s.

As the CEO of Steamworks, Eli Gershkovitch has created quite the brewing empire. He is easy-going and casual, yet one of the smartest men in the business. His business model focuses on improving the industry and focusing on supply and demand. He believes that as long as you keep it moving and pushing forward you will consistently succeed. With so many innovative beers coming from Canada, the competition is high (https://about.me/eligershkovitch). Eli Gershkovitch recognizes this and uses his creative ideas to continue to stay on top.

 

Eli Gershkovitch believes that quality, quantity, and price is what is most important. Steamworks is so successful because of the low prices they are able to give their consumers and the quality they put out. Steamworks started out as a pub in Vancouver back in 1995. Eli Gershkovitch was able to expand the pub from 184 seats to 754 seats today. Tourists and locals visit this brewery on a regular basis.

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