The dispute between InBev and workers at its breweries in Belgium has come to an end.

The brewer was hit by a strike by white collar workers late last week, which saw the entrances to its facilities in Leuven and Jupille blocked for a time on Friday. The workers were protesting over a proposed variable wage structure for commercial employees and a labour agreement for its white collar workers.

As part of the agreement, the company's white collar workers in Belgium will get increased job security until 2015 and a gross salary increase of EUR30 a month.

"InBev Belgium is satisfied to have been able to conclude in a constructive way an agreement with a positive result for both employees and the company," the company said.