It is no secret that Canadians love their beer, beaver, maple syrup as well as healthcare. In Canada, the annual sales of craft beer are nearly $9 billion. There have been major improvements recently in the Canadian craft beer industry. Although craft brewers like Creemore Springs and Granville Island have been taken up by large global companies, small brewers have also managed to introduce their brands in the beer market. The rates of exchange in Canada are pocket-friendly to foreigners and locals and this can be attributed to the rise of craft beer sales. There are many different types of Canadian craft beers that are currently in the market.
Propeller IPA is one of the most popular craft beers in Canada (http://releasefact.com/2017/08/eli-gershkovitch/). It is an award-winning beer which is a favorite to many. Propeller IPA has a caramel flavor that is strong as well as a smoothness that attracts its consumers. The beer also has a toned-down bitterness and it can be found in many beer stores in the country. The Pump House Blueberry Ale is another popular craft beer in Canada which is made from fruit. The beer has managed to stand out from other beers which are made from fruits due to its unique taste and a scent that is similar to that of blueberry muffins.
Another popular Canadian craft beer is the St. Ambroise Oatmeal Stout (WeeklyOpinion). The beer is produced by the McAuslan Brewery which is situated in Montreal and it is a sweet and dark beer that is light when compared to other craft beers. This type of craft beer is mostly preferred during the winter although it can also be consumed throughout the year. St. Ambroise can be found in various parts of Canada.
Eli Gershkovitch is a popular figure when it comes to the beer industry. He serves as the CEO of the Steamworks Group where he leads the company to meet the demands of its clients. Eli Gershkovitch has over 25 years worth of experience when it comes to craft beers. Although Eli Gershkovitch studied law, he went on to develop an interest in beer and decided to follow his passion.