InBev is to raise its beer prices in Belgium by almost 3% due to rising energy and input costs.

The world's largest brewer by volume said today (5 April) that it would enforce a price hike of 2.8% from next month. The price on kegs will go up on 15 May, with prices on cases and cans rising on 30 June.

InBev, which brews Belgium's leading brand Jupiller, said beer prices there remained lower than in France, the Netherlands and the UK and were at a similar level to those in Germany.