Heineken raises beer prices in restaurants


Drinking a beer in the cafe will in many cases be considerably more expensive this summer. Beer brewer Heineken is raising prices paid by cafes and restaurants by an average of 5.8%, the company confirmed on Monday after earlier reports in The telegraph

Beer is also becoming more expensive in the supermarket. Heineken has already reached agreements on a comparable price increase, according to a spokesperson.

Heineken Netherlands informed catering contractors of the price increase on Monday. It will come into effect on August 1.

The brewer had previously announced that price increases were inevitable due to rising energy costs, but also raw materials such as cereals. In addition, companies are spending more on salaries, packaging materials and transport. Heineken has announced that it will now pass on some of the increased costs to the restaurant industry.

Heineken also raised all of its prices last year. As a result, yields per hectoliter were on average 8.3% higher.

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