Beer is loved by everyone and just like in every industry, there has been a significant change happening in the world of beer as well. People have been visiting microbreweries more often to try their hands on craft beer, which tastes unique and delicious, to say the least. In the world of craft beer, Eli Gershkovitch is a well-known name in Canada. He is the founder and owner of Steamworks, which has been providing craft beer across Canada. Recently, the company has started supplying their produce to the international market as well. As the demand for craft beer is increasing, Eli Gershkovitch is looking to make the most of this new trend among the beer lovers by providing them with exactly what they are looking for – refreshing craft beer that’s delicious and economical at the same time.
Eli Gershkovitch started a microbrewery in Canada in the year 2013 and what it served became immensely popular with the public. The beer connoisseurs from across the country started writing rave reviews about the craft beer that Steamworks provided, and it eventually made it a brand to reckon with in the world of craft beer. As it became a brand, the onus was on Eli Gershkovitch to start a large-scale brewery with huge production capacity, and he did. The brewery he owns now has 40,000 hectolitre capacity. With the increased production capacity, the supply was no longer an issue, but demand was. Eli Gershkovitch knew that he has to do something to increase the sales and the company’s revenue (Westender).
Eli Gershkovitch went on an expansion drive, and it led to the Steamworks beer being made available in many countries today, including Hong Kong, Singapore, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, and Germany. Eli Gershkovitch is planning to increase the network of distribution further in the years to come to increase the sales. Eli Gershkovitch feels that the beer market is growing steadily and there is an appetite among the new generation to try something different and unique, which has led to the popularity of craft beer. Thus, he aims to take his craft beer to many different countries in the years to come to make it one of the most preferred beers in the future.