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Lidl’s new Alpenfest range starts from as little as 99p – here are the best deals from Fest beer to apple strudel

LIDL has got a new range in its stores – and its prices start from just 99p.

The Alpenfest range consists of beer, cheese, meat and pastries which started being stocked in shelves this week.

It’s been launched to mark the annual Bavarian folk festival Oktoberfest, where people celebrate by drinking beer, eating food, playing games and going on fun fair rides.

There are events all over the world each year but the biggest one takes place in Munich, Germany.

Events everywhere this year have been cancelled because of the coronavirus outbreak.

As Lidl is a German discount supermarket, it has launched the range the mark the celebration.

Lidl doesn’t currently offer online shopping, so you’ll have to head to your nearest branch to snap up the new range.

You can find it using their store locator tool.

Lidl said the range is offer while stocks last, so make sure you go soon if you want to snap anything up.

In the meantime, we’ve rounded up the best offers in the range and have included them below.

Lidl’s special Alpenfest beer has floral and malty notes and is made using a traditional German beer recipe.

We’ve asked Lidl what volume the cans are being sold in and what their alcohol by volume (ABV) is will update this article when we hear back.

The recommended limits for men are 3-4 units a day and for women it’s 2-3 units a day.

Always make sure you’re Drinkaware.

A similar beer is being sold in Asda for £1.78 for a 500ml bottle.

For people who like savoury snacks, Lidl’s got some ready to bake pretzels which are also part of the range.

There’s nine in a box, meaning that there’s plenty for you and your family to share.

They come frozen so make sure you follow the baking instructions before eating them.

Sainsbury’s sells some ready to bake pretzels too, but they’re £5 for six and are currently out of stock online.

The Viennese treat is similar to an apple pie or turnover, where it is an apple filling surrounded by flakey pastry.

You can have it on its own, sprinkled with icing sugar or serve it with custard.

Like the pretzels, Lidl’s strudels come frozen so make sure you bake it before eating it.

The supermarket is selling them in boxes which weigh 375g.

Morrisons also sells a 600g apple strudel for £1.

If you want to have a posh dinner one evening, you could do it a fraction of a price with the cheese fondue box.

The 400g box comes with just the cheese, which you melt down before pouring into a pot and serving with bread, meat and vegetables.

If you want the kit to go with it, so a heated pot and the picks, you’ll have to buy them separately.

Argos currently has one on sale for £30.

Waitrose sells a similar 400g box but it is £4.

To fully get yourself into the Bavarian spirit, you could buy a stein glass to drink your beer from.

A stein is around two pints worth and Lidl’s glass holds 950ml.

It comes with a beer, which has 5.5% alcohol in one 950ml can, which means it is 5.2 units of your daily allowance.

The recommended limits for men are 3-4 units a day and for women it’s 2-3 units a day.

Always make sure you’re Drinkaware.

Lidl’s recently launched an app so you can get discounts on food, Sky bills and cinema tickets.

We’ve compared the app to all the other supermarket schemes out there to see which gives you the most for your money.

Meanwhile Iceland has cut the price of branded food by up to 50%.

 

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