Workers at the Molston Coors brewery in Burton-on-Trent are due to vote on a new pay offer next week.
The announcement has been made by the Unite Union, who have been holding talks with management at the site.
The Burton plant produces Carling, Grolsch, Coors Lite and Cobra lagers, as well as beers including Worthington, White Shield and Stones.
Earlier this week, 97% of union members voted to go on strike, claiming that 455 workers face having their pay and conditions cut.
Unite regional officer Rick Coyle said: “Both sides have worked very hard, under the auspices of the conciliation service, Acas to come up with this package of proposals."
Brewery workers at Molson Coors in Burton-on-Trent have voted in favour of strike action in a row over pay.
Unite said its members at the site backed walkouts by 97%, but no strike dates have been set to allow peace talks to be held.
The union claims the 455 workers at the brewery plant face having their pay and conditions cut.
– Molson Coors spokesman
"Clearly we are disappointed by today's announcement. However, this vote does not make strike action a certainty given that negotiations are ongoing.
We continue our engagement in meaningful consultation with Unite and its members so that we come to a solution that supports a competitive future for Burton brewery and is fair to our employees."
Employees at Molson Coors brewery in Burton-on-Trent are to lobby the public for support today in the town's shopping centre.
The workers are taking the action, which has been organised by Unite, over disputes about pay and conditions.
Over 150 brewery technicians could have their wages axed by up to £9,000-a-year.
The 455 people employed at Britain's biggest brewery face being sacked after June 10th and reemployed on inferior pay and conditions.
A strike ballot result is due on Tuesday 28th May.
Unite the Union say changes being proposed by the management at the Molson Coors brewery in Burton-on-Trent are denying workers' human rights.
It has balloted more than 400 staff at the brewery in a row over pay, shift patterns and terms and conditions.
– Rick Coyle, Unite regional officer
“Our members, the vast majority of the workforce, are very angry at the hardline attitude of the management which could mean they are sacked and then re-employed on inferior contracts.
“The company has confirmed it also requires workers to be contactable during annual leave.
“Our legal team believes this is a denial of our members’ right to a private and family life which exists under the Human Rights Act.
In other words, workers will either be working, or available to work or be contacted, 100 per cent of the time, at any time of day or night.”
More than 400 workers at Molson Coors brewery in Burton-on-Trent will be balloted for strike action in a row over pay and shift patterns.
Unite the Union claim 450 staff will be sacked after June 14, and then reinstated on lower pay and inferior terms & conditions.
It says some staff could lose up to £9,000 a year in the shake-up. Unite said that it had given the management seven days notice of the ballot which runs from 30 April to 28 May.
The brewery produces Carling, Grolsch, Coors Lite and Cobra lagers, as well as beers including Worthington, White Shield and Stones.