Eli Gershkovitch: Changing the Beer Market in Canada

Canadian Craft Beer

Canada has a reputation as a beer loving country. Do not mess with a Canadian and his beer. Beer is the country’s most popular alcoholic drink, with craft beer making its way on top. The country takes pride in not only consuming this beer but also in the production of some of the best beers in the market. Companies like Steamworks Craft Breweries, which is led by Eli Gershkovitch, are making big bucks in their production.

In a market that is highly saturated with other types of beers, craft beers seem to be holding up well. So what makes craft beers stand out from other types of beers? Many have attributed the success of craft beer to its different flavors. Some of the beers include;

  • Red Racer Pale Ale, which has Imperial pale ales.
  • Glutenberg Belgian, Double which is Gluten-free.
  • Weissbier. Wheat is used in brewing Weissbier.
  • Nutcracker Porter. Contains Porter which is sweet.

 

This is only but a short list of the different types of craft beers.

 

About Eli Gershkovitch

Eli Gershkovitch is running a beer production company, but he’s a law degree holder. Many people wonder how he ended up producing beer instead of practicing law. According to Eli, he needed some time off after graduating from law school, before he settled into his career. This led him to Universitė de ski, where he took some art classes. It was during this time that he became knowledgeable about the Belgian beer and from this; his new found love for beer production was born.

 

Career

Although Eli Gershkovitch is actively involved in his brewing company, he still puts his law degree to good use. His beer company produces 15 to 17 beers in a year and is run by Walter Cosman, who Eli has appointed as President.

 

Eli’s aspiration has always been to build something, and he has achieved this aspiration through Steamworks Breweries. Eli Gershkovitch is a man with a big dream (BeerMe). He hopes to continue tapping into new markets and build an empire. Canada is just his first market.