THE cost of a pint will soar within a month if the UK does not help lift the blockade on 25 tons of Ukrainian grain.
The Russian naval siege in the Black Sea means this year’s harvest could rot on the dockside.
Alex Goncharenko, MP for the besieged port of Odesa, said beer and bread prices would be hit.
He added riots could even start in countries like Egypt if they do not get the vital crop soon.
But he claimed Britain could help Turkey and Putin hammer out a deal.
Boris Johnson said last night he was “working on it” after talks at the Nato summit in Madrid.
Britain has offered to send military reconnaissance planes to make sure Russia does not try to steal the lucrative Ukrainian supplies.
Beer is particularly at risk because Ukraine one of the world’s five biggest barley producers.
Beer lovers have been warned the cost of a pint could reach £10.50 by 2030 if rampant inflation continues.