expired Oktoberfest @ ALDI - Bratwurst Sausages 300gm $2.99, Bavarian White Sausages 530gm $3.99, Sauerkraut 450gm $1.99 + More (26/9)

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Oktoberfest @ Aldi

  • Bratwurst sausages 300gm $2.99
  • Bavarian White Sausages 530gm $3.99
  • Schinkengriller Sausages 300gm $2.99
  • Debreziner Sausages 300gm $2.99
  • Sauerkraut 450gm $2.29
  • Red Cabbage 450gm $2.29
  • White Asparagus Spears 330gm $2.29
  • German Salads 320gm $1.99
  • Potato Rosti 500gm $2.99
  • Potato Sticks 125gm $1.99
  • Liverwurst 250gm $2.99
  • Presswurst 300gm $2.99
  • Cabbage Rolls 280gm $2.49
  • Kuchenmeister Liqueur Cakes $2.99
  • German Style Mustards 260gm $1.99
  • Huober Large Salted Pretzels 200gm $3.99
  • Authentic German Breads $1.99ea
  • Hefe-Weissbier German Beer 500ml $2.49ea
  • Pumpkin Seed Oil 250ml $6.99ea

Aldi Alcohol Deals for NSW, Vic and ACT Stores

  • Hofbräu Hefe Weizen 6 x 330ml 6pk $14.99

  • Hofbräu Original 6 x 330ml 6pk $14.99

  • Paulaner Münchner Hell 5L Keg $29.99

  • Paulaner Hefe-Weissbier 5L Keg $29.99

  • Hofbräu Oktoberfestbier 500ml $3.99

  • Henkell Trocken Piccolo 3 x 200ml 3pk $9.99

  • Paulaner Oktoberfest Bier 1L Can and Glass Stein set $13.99

  • Peter Mertes Riesling 750ml $7.99

  • Paulaner Oktoberfest Bier 500ml $3.99

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Comments

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    Kuchenmeister Liqueur Cakes $2.99
    (Amaretto Cake) Awwwww YISSSSS

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    Time to make a pilgrimage to the nearest Aldi with a liquor licence. Tamworth here I come.

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    yasou yasou!!

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    The real question is can you get currywurst sauce?

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      currywurst sauce in germany is basically just ketchup with curry powder sprinkled on top. kinda disappointing really. i always expected the sausage to be something different

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        Your comment is disappointing.

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        Yes, I had this experience recently in Berlin at a crowded riverside beer garden with mostly local after-work crowd. I was certainly expecting something more - and in the sausage, not on top.

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        Depends on the joint I suppose. There is actual curry ketchup too.

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      Try some European delis. I got some at a deli next to NQR in Boronia, Victoria

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        The ladies there are great. They're associated with/run by the Swiss Club so they're proper Euro and they sell a host of European snacks and foods.

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      I've creating some of that sweet sweet currywurst ever since I visited Germany last year!

      Anyone know where you can get some on or near the Gold Coast?

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      Never had any decent ready made sauce, waaaay better to do your own:
      Combine tomato sauce, cider vinegar or wine,, finely chopped onions (optional), curry powder, paprika, salt and pepper together in a saucepan over medium heat; cook, stirring occasionally, until sauce is warmed and smooth, 5 to 10 minutes.

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      Username checks out.

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    I can't wait for Aldi's Scotchtoberfest.

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      Oktoberfest is from Munich and is very traditional. Currywurst is from Berlin and is very modern. Has nothing to do with Oktoberfest.

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    No curry ketchup?

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    No more Erdnussflips … oh no …

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    Pumpkin Seed Oil! I am in heaven. Better take a truck to get the goodies home.

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    They already have a 2.5kg jar of sauerkraut in mu local aldi. I kid you not, the label says once opened, to consume within 5 days. 1/2 a kilo a day, thats committed…

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    Beerfestno!?

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    Conchita Wurst

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    Bavarian White Sausages 530gm $3.99

    Weißwurst - make sure you peel the skin off before eating!

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    The kegs… Any good?

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    Do any of these taste any good ? The sausages etc , i like Kransky anything like that ?

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    Grab some Bavarian white sausages, mustard, a pretzel, and some Hefe-Weisbier and you're all set for a delicious Bayern Früstück!

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      Had one of these when I was staying in Erding, about 10 years ago. Full for the rest of the day!

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      Indeed it is the best start to the Oktoberfest day.

      However, I'm quite put off by the revelation that the Weißwurst is in fact not fresh but in a jar. :/

      Make sure you use the sweet mustard, too!

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    In 2016 the Oktoberfest brand white asparagus sold out within a day or two in Adelaide. In 2017 I think ALDI ordered far too much. All throughout 2018 my local stores had stock, and now it's back again as a 'special'.

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    The sauerkraut from Poland is quite bland. No spices, no carrot, but at least it's naturally fermented. Polish sauerkraut recipes are usually much richer than what ALDI provides.

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    German wurst are nice, but Spanish chorizos are still the best!

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    Great deals, but with ALDI's MC/VISA surcharges and non acceptance of AmEx, makes them annoying to shop at.

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      In fairness Aldi's prices are lower for a lot of things, so the surcharge is just a mild annoyance that's more than outweighed by the benefit of overall lower prices. And the surcharge is very clearly disclosed above the registers.

      When I've got an AmEx with a min spend for bonus points, Aldi is the main place that I wish accepted AmEx (followed by comprehensive/CTP car insurers who won't take it either).

      Interestingly Aldi in the UK started accepting AmEx in Feb 2018: https://www.aldi.co.uk/customer-services/payment - I'm sure they would have negotiated a great rate, and I'd be surprised if AmEx and Aldi here were not also trying to sort something out, most likely the sticking point is that Aldi wants to be offer a flat surcharge on all MC/VISA/AmEx cards, and the numbers don't add up yet for them. But give it time, if they can do it in the UK I don't see why they can't sort it out here too.

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      They should add that to their tv ad "we're really annoying charging for trolleys AND PAYMENTS, and not having a service counter, but we're good different".

      Beats me why they would openly advertise what people hate about them. It's like arrogance - we'll do what we like - we know you'll keep coming.

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    Looking forward to it, but as mentioned, I don't recommend the Weisswürste from the can If they are the same type as last year they taste like sausages with parfume, full of artificial flavourings. Würg!

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    are any of those dark beer?

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      Doesn't look like it. I've tried most of those listed, and the couple I haven't aren't dark styles (plus they'd normally have 'Dunkel' in the name too).

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    It's been awhile since I've put sausage that big in my mouth

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    Paulaner Oktoberfest Bier 1L Can and Glass Stein set $13.99

    Is this a good price? Also, isn't this the VB of Germany?

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      No, the VB of Germany is more likely Warsteiner/Bitburger.

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      If you like Lagers, then you gonna be fine. If you are into IPA/DIPA's better give it a miss.

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      Enjoying one right now. Nice beer. The glass is quite heavy and seems to be made with decent glass, should last a long time.

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      The Germans have been making beer long enough that anything VB-like was killed off long ago. Can't recall having a beer there I didn't like.

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    I've got a spare pack of 4 Oktoberfest beers, I bought two, but didn't like it at all. They were sold out within a few hours.
    If anyone wants to buy it, please let me know [Sydney].

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    I bought the Cabbage Rolls in tomato sauce and they are packed in oil instead of tomato sauce, mislabelling?