The art of brewing beers has taken on a life of its own with todays beer lovers. Throughout Canada microbreweries are popping up and giving traditional beer a run for it’s money. Craft beer is eclectic and fun and making beer lovers of a whole new audience.
The selection of craft beers throughout Canada continues to surprise and titulate beer drinkers. Even gluten free beers are creating some buzz because normally the use of barley and wheat is a no no to the gluten free. With craft beers the brewery Brausseurs Sans Gluten in Montreal is using millet to offer their gluten free blends. Read more about Eli Gershkovitch at Ottawa Citizen.
Ales, ports, stouts, lagers, and IPA’s each offer their own personal taste and with the selections of original flavors the choices are endless. From flavors like raspberry and peach to chai and chocolate, tastings are stimulating to the pallet. Visiting breweries and tasting selections of Canadian craft beers is also an excellent way to experience the explosion in this industry.
As a huge fan and facilitator of the Canadian beer industry Eli Gershkovitch understands the growth. Eli Gershkovitch owns Steamworks Brewery in British Columbia and knows that there is a demand for microbreweries. While there have always been beer connoisseurs their is a new appreciation for the art and personality craft beers offer. Read this article at westender.com.
Over the past 20 years Eli Gershkovitch has seen the growth of the craft beer industry as well as in his Steamworks brand. Starting small was his secret and growing with the demand is how he explains becoming successful in the craft beer industry throughout Canada. With his original pub that grew over time Eli is also throughout Vancouver with bars and restaurants. The sale of his Steamworks brand in these bars and restaurants as well as throughout Canada has shown what the industry can create with hard work and innovation.