In Canada, beer is the most popular drink. Many brands exist, but we will discuss some of the best craft beers.
- Propeller IPA by the Propeller Brewing Company is one of the most loved beers because of its smooth, strong caramel flavor with the bitterness toned down. The beer has been the World Beer Championship gold winner thrice.
- The Party Animal beer produced by Beyond and Pale. At 9% ABV and with its polite and fruity taste, the beer is a good option if you want to take your drink slowly and perhaps become a party animal.
- Pump House Blueberry Ale produced by Pump House Brewery, has a balanced taste of its beer and juice content. It smells like blueberry muffin giving it a huge popularity.
- The McAuslan Brewery in Montreal, Quebec is the origin of the St. Ambroise Oatmeal stout. The sweet and dark beer is light enough to drink throughout the year but is considered as a good winter beer. Read more at Release Fact about Eli.
If there is a person who has devoted his efforts towards putting the Canadian craft beer on the map, then it is Eli Gershkovitch. He is the CEO as well as the founder of Steamworks Group of Companies. When Eli Gershkovitch was cooking up brews in 1995, very few people had interest in craft beer, and it was only Coors, Budweister and Guinness that dominated the market.
It was during his travel in Europe that Eli Gershkovitch took note of how fast craft beer was taking shape. He visited a microbrewery in Germany where he learned about the various concoctions in use. It was the information he then gathered that helped him rise to be one of the most influential figures in the brewing industry today. Learn more about his craft beers at thebrotalk.com.
It was not until 1995 that Eli Gershkovitch opened his first brewpub in Gastown. His company became the first to be steam powered in Canada due to the legal complications it came with. Eli Gershkovitch was, however, able to go past these hurdles and start producing an original brew. Eli Gershkovitch’s Brew Pub rose quickly and became a favorite among locals and visitors in Canada.