Eli Gershkovitch: The Man Who Put Canada On The Map For Its Beer

Eli Gershkovitch is regarded as an unconventional businessman. The CEO of Steamworks, he is regarded as a mild-mannered, humble person. Eli Gershkovitch conducts business in a leisurely style and enjoys the control that being an entrepreneur gives him.

Eli Gershkovitch uses a business model which focuses on improvement and innovation. Eli Gershkovitch is an accomplished businessman who firmly believes that stagnant businesses will lose market share to newer robust ones unless they continue to be innovative to remain competitive in the industry.

Eli Gershkovitch combines traditional business methods with innovative ones. He provides his customers with excellent craft beer at a low price, allowing the company to maximize its output, and consequently guarantee its revenue stream in the short-run. Since long-term success is dependent on meeting customer demands in the long-term, he competes via culture rather than by uncertain consumer preferences. Canada first became famous for its beer, from the work of Eli Gershkovitch.

Two companies dominate the Canadian beer market. They are either owned by or a division of giant global conglomerates. They are Labatt Brewing Company Ltd., an Anheuser-Busch company, and Molson Coors Brewing Company (WingsJournal). The majority of microbreweries are located in or close to major metropolitan areas, such as in the densely populated provinces of B.C., Ontario, and Quebec.

The following is a description of the ten best Canadian craft beers. Propeller IPA, from Nova Scotia, has a bold caramel flavor. Pump House Blueberry Ale is a fruity Canadian beer that tastes lightly of hops, and distinctly of blueberries. St Ambroise Oatmeal Stout is a favorite sweet dark beer, best enjoyed in the wintertime (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm6457149/).

Another of the ten favorite Canadian craft beers is Unibroue, an obvious attempt to simulate the brews of medieval Trappist monks. This tasty beer is fruity and spicy. The sweet Party Animal beer is mostly fruity, with a distinctive hop taste. The Lug Tread is a golden ale brewed from certified hops and organic malts before it is cold-aged.

Another favorite is the citrus flavored Mad Tom, noticeably bitter, with a grapefruit flavor. The Rye Pale Ale has won several national brewing awards. The piney Red Racer IPA has also won multiple beer awards since 2008 and is bitter and crisp, reflective of Pacific Northwest flavors. Electric Unicorn White IPA is spicy and fruity tasting, with a strong hop taste but a light sweetness.

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