Anheuser-Busch InBev and the U.S. Justice Department have reached an agreement for a framework to settle their long-running beer brawl, and asked a court to extend a stay in the court fight until April 23, the two sides said in a court filing on Friday.

The Justice Department filed a lawsuit on January 31 aimed at stopping AB InBev, the world’s largest brewer with some 200 brands, from buying the 50 percent of Grupo Modelo it does not already own for $20.1 billion, saying the deal could mean higher U.S. beer prices.

That battle may soon be over. “At this time, the parties have reached an agreement in principle on a resolution of this litigation,” AB InBev and the Justice Department said in a joint filing to the court.