Canadians take their craft-brewed beers seriously and absolutely love them! That being said, Americans love them too! Statistics show that the sales of Canadian craft beers in the U.S. are on the rise in 2017. Craft Beers are the most prominent choice when consumers are opting for an alcoholic beverage. In the United States alone, over $37 billion has already been spent on craft beers in 2017. This far exceeds the sales of water, which has totaled at around $12.5 billion. There are numerous top-trending Canadian breweries on the rise that are producing excellent and unique tasting craft beer. For example, Quebec’s McAuslan Brewery has an annual net worth over $20 Million in their recent history of sales. The following list compromises some of the biggest trending craft beer breweries in Canada to date.
- Steamworks Brewery Company
- Five Paddles Brewing Company
- Black Oak Brewing Company
- Collective Arts Brewing Company
- Cowbell Brewing Company
Eli Gershkovitch is the founder of Steamworks Brewery and has catapulted his company into a Fortune 500 master. Gershkovitch is known among his constituents for having a vast business acumen that centers on innovative growth, new ideas, and leadership. His specially brewed craft beers have been making the most sought-after list since he first opened the brewery in 2009, in Vancouver.It’s a popular choice among Vancouver residents, but people travel from all over to visit the brewery. Today he has expanded SteamWorks to seat over 570 more people than with the initial opening (BeerMe). Eli Gershkovitch’s great growth achievements are attributed to his business motto which concentrates on the concept and application of continual growth and forging ahead.
Eli Gershkovitch has been making craft beers for over 21 years and it’s evident both in his company’s popularity and in the quality of product he makes. He handcrafts a wide selection of ale including Summer Ales, Flagship IPA’s, Pilsner’s, Red Ale’s, Tropical and Pale Ale’s just to name a few. Eli Gershkovitch also markets his beer in over six different countries besides Canada and has seen remarkable success in each one.