BELGIUM: Interbrew raises domestic beer prices to cover malt costs
The Belgian beer maker Interbrew is to increase the prices of beer on its domestic market by 2.5% the company said today, as a consequence of soaring malt prices in the third quarter of last year. "Malt prices increased by more than 20% between July and October as droughts in the U.S. and Australia created a worldwide shortage," Guy Dewulf, a spokesman for Interbrew's Belgian division said today.
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