Heineken will be increasing the prices of both draught and packaged beers and ciders from 2 February, with an 11 gallon keg of Foster’s rising by £5.05 and an 11 gallon keg of Strongbow rising by £4.58.
A spokesman said: “We fully appreciate that price rises are never popular, but can assure our customers that we have done all we can to keep these rises to a minimum.
“We will continue to invest significantly in 2015 in our brands, innovation and dispense quality to encourage drinkers out of the house and into great British pubs, clubs and bars.”
'Rising input prices'
Molson Coors said the cost of all draught products will increase by approximately 5p per pint due to “rising input prices”.
Finance director Simon Kerry said: “At Molson Coors we have continued to work hard to cut costs associated with the production and supply of our beers in order to keep the level of increase to a minimum. We continue to take the long term view, investing to deliver great customer service and well supported beer brands.”
Meanwhile, Carlsberg UK put up prices on beers, lagers and ciders by between 2.9% and 3.6% on 5 January.
On-trade sales director Darran Britton said: “Like many manufacturers and brewers, the costs associated with running our business continue to rise.
“We are aware it’s a challenging market for our customers and we have absorbed as much cost as possible to ensure we remain competitively priced.”
AB InBev said it has no price rises to announce at this time.