Beer is a common alcoholic drink and the most popular in Canada. Canada has twenty types of Canadian craft beers, and such include the Red Racer Pale Ale brewed by the Central City Brewery based in Surrey, British Columbia. Second is the Glutenberg Belgian Double, made with barley or at times wheat and is brewed by the Brasseurs Sans Gluten in Montreal, Quebec. Another type is Weissbier, made out of wheat and brewed by Denison’s Brewing Company in Ontario. The Nutcracker Porter, brewed by the Black Oak Brewery located in Etobicoke in Ontario and several others. Follow Eli Gershkovitch on twitter.com.
Other than these breweries, another famous brewery is the Steamworks Brewery. The company is led by Eli Gershkovitch, founder, and currently CEO of the company. He is also a lawyer by profession. He has involved his firm in competitions from different parts of the world. Eli Gershkovitch founded Steamworks while he was still in his neighborhood Gastown, Vancouver. He had begun Steamworks as a pub and planned for the future development when demand would be high.
As a pub, Eli had opened it up with 184 seats. Eli Gershkovitch saw an opportunity when he saw an old steam pipe passing through the building. He and his engineers fixed the pipe, and the pub later began expanding to the point of becoming a company. Earlier, Eli got the idea of coming up with a brewery as he was traveling to the French Alps when he had his first ever taste of Belgian beer. This event came after he had had the idea of liquor as he was working on a case from clients who needed liquor licenses.
Eli Gershkovitch has had the chance to see his company grow from just 184 seats to a new total of 754 seats. Steamworks has enabled Eli Gershkovitch open up other restaurants in Vancouver. Although a CEO, Eli Gershkovitch does not behave like one and even dresses casually as compared to a typical CEO. Eli explains that the habits that make him productive are being an avid reader and researcher. He tells that if he had to start his business again, he would take risks at an earlier stage. Read more at Westender about Eli Gershkovitch..