Canada has quite an extensive collection of craft beers. Canadians love their beer. And since craft beer is making a resurgence, sales are skyrocketing. Read more on affiliatedork.com.
Breweries all over the country are working night and day to produce excellent craft beers. Quebec’s McAuslin Brewery and Ontario Craft Brewery churn out the most. While the variety of beers vary by province, it wouldn’t hurt to drive a couple of hours to partake in some new brew. Beer experts compiled a list of Canada’s best of the best:
- Red Racer Pale Ale
- Glutenberg Belgium Double
- Nutcracker Porter
- St. Ambroise Oatmeal Stout
- Blueberry Cream Ale
There are plenty of craft beers to choose from. Beer lovers should also take a tour of some of Canada’s best breweries. Read more at Westender about Eli Gershkovitch.
He’s a pilot, a lawyer, and oh yes, a domestic mass brewer. Eli Gershkovitch sort of fell into the craft brewery business completely by accident. But once that happened, there was no turning back. Gershkovitch is the owner and CEO of Steamworks Brewery. He’s been brewing since 1995, funded by the money he made in his previous profession: law.
When Gershkovitch started, there weren’t many steam breweries in Canada. It might have had a lot to do with it simply hadn’t take off in certain regions. Once Gershkovitch showed people he was serious, he had locals and folks coming from miles around to get a taste of his steam brewed delights.
Over the years, his flagship brewery has grown, and he’s even gone international. Today, Steamworks beers can be found all over Canada and in 14 U.S. states. He plans to expand more in 2017. His beers have won a number of awards over the years. Gershkovitch says it’s a testament to the quality of his product.