Eli Gershkovitch is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Steamworks Group of Companies. He believes that one is supposed to grow and meet the demand of the people or else demand will shrink to meet supply. At this time, one is supposed to be an outgoing person dedicated to achieving the best in each day as he/she lives. He has mainly focused on brewing of beer, which he acknowledges much since many people are talking about it.
Eli Gershkovitch began his pub in 1995 with 184 seats, which later expanded to 754 currently. Today, he has gone further and produced 40,000 hectolitres that are spread to all branches with each receiving 2,000 hectolitres. His company is selling in 14 U.S states, Hong Kong, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, and in some provinces of Canada. Read more about Eli Gershkovitch at crunchbase.com.
In 2009, Eli Gershkovitch flew to Europe in an attempt to extend the market of his business. He believes that his business grows when he is in control, and this has led him not to create shares with other investors. Eli believes in the rules and regulations he sets in his business since laws are the sole determiner of how efficiently a company is run. Eli Gershkovitch advised new brewers to focus on the local market since it is the center of business operations. For the new brewers to succeed, they must be in a position to work in the business without getting tired. They should be focused on the returns than the workload.
Eli’s company produces liquor, white and blue collar beers that are in high demand in the market. His beer is mainly manufactured from millet and grains; an example is Brasseurs beer, commonly known as Beerme. The kind of flavors depend on customers’ choice ranging from ones that are more bitter to regular ones. Wheat beer, on the other hand, is lighter in taste than porter beers, which are dark and sweeter. Black oak is made from cinnamon spiced flavor, which forms part of craft beer. Eli has made radical steps in his brewery company and set up a good example to others who want to venture into the same business. Follow Eli Gershkovitch’s profile on Twitter.