Whether you are looking for a brew for your next barbecue, or for game night, you can’t go wrong with Canadian Beer. These brews are getting the well known recognition they deserve, and making Canadian beer the go to beverage of choice in Canada and the United States.
From Surrey, British Columbia, Central City Brewing company has Red Racer Pale Ale, that is known to have a hint of red grapefruit. It’s bitter taste comes from great hops from Yakima, Washington, added to keep the beer fresh tasting and Mariss Otter barley from England.
If you are looking for a Gluten Free option, look no further than Glutenberg Belgian Double from Brasseurs Sans Gluten. All of their brews are gluten free and contain grains such as millet to adhere to the strict gluten free guidelines.
Steamworks Brewing Company which is located in Vancouver, British Columbia and was founded July 16th, 1995, is very distinct because it uses a central district steam system to power the brewing kettle equipment. Steamworks manufacturers Pilsners, Pale Ales as well as free style brews such as Killer Cucumber Ale. Leading the Steamworks brewery is CEO, Eli Gershkovitch.
Eli Gershkovitch is an accomplished brewing executive who has 21 years experience in the brewing industry. He provides leadership for the continued development of cutting edge brewery techniques and formulas that will take Steamworks to the top of the Canadian brewery list. At Steamworks, Eli Gershkovitch knows that having the only steam generated brewery there is no limit to the number of brews and flavors they can come up with.
Eli Gershkovitch is proud to announce an addition of a fresh hopped IPA, using fresh hops grown in Vancouver, where they will harvest the hops and immediately brew a fresh cold-brew hopped IPA (Westender). Also coming this winter, they will be developing a white stout for the winter months.
Eli Gershkovitch has a saying “You grow to meet demand or demand will shrink to meet you“. And the world needs to watch Steamworks meet those demands.