“Beer continues to have a substantial impact on Canada’s economy. Conference Board of Canada figures show beer supports 149,000 Canadian jobs, with a labour income of $5.3 billion while contributing $13.6 billion to Canada’s GDP. This impact is due in large part to the domestic nature of Canada’s beer industry. In 2020, 85% of the beer consumed in Canada was brewed in Canada” taken from Beer Canada (I am so confused if this is even needed. Are these quotes or just where the copy was sorced from? -paige)
“The Canadian brewing industry continues to be an environmental leader. Since 1990, greenhouse gas emissions in brewing facilities have declined by 57.3%. Over the same time period, energy use in brewing facilities went down by 48.1%. Company initiatives aimed at improving production practices to reduce our industry’s environmental footprint have contributed to these impressive improvements.” Beer Canada
“The Canadian Distilling industry sustains over 8,500 full-time jobs, Contribute $5.8 billion annually to Canada’s GDP, Export $600 million worth of Canadian Whisky and other spirits around the world” Spirits Canada
Stainless Process Equipment has in-house Alcohol Project specialists (the company name was changed from TIG to SPE so does this statement still hold true? -paige)that can help you complete projects in an efficient and timely manner.