Lidl | 6 Exclusive Belgian Beers | £10.99
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Lidl | 6 Exclusive Belgian Beers | £10.99

£10.99LIDL Deals
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Found 30th Nov
All fantastic beers that generally sell for £3 - £5 each in a specialised beer shop or online.

Box includes 6 x 33cl bottles:

- Bornem Dubbel (7.2%)
- Bornem Triple (9.0%)
- Piraat (10.5%)
- Piraat Triple Hop (10.5%)
- Gulden Draak 9000 Blonde Quadrupel (10.5%)
- Gulden Draak Dark Quadrupel (10.5%)

Offer valid from Thursday 30th November - While stocks last.

22 Comments

Bought these last time. Beautiful beers

These will do nicely for Secret Santa at work.

These are a great buy

I don't see any mention of this on their website but definitely a good deal if you can get it

Thanks

just found it in store..great deal not online though.

Nice beer, but it drives me nuts that the same pack anywhere across the channel costs about £5 less.

It used to be £7.99 in the UK until June last year - shows how much the pound has tanked since then!
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Trickster3 h, 31 m ago

It used to be £7.99 in the UK until June last year - shows how much the …It used to be £7.99 in the UK until June last year - shows how much the pound has tanked since then!https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/belgian-ale-gift-pack-799-at-lidl-2462201


to the tune of £3?
more likely they realised they could increase the price this time around - if it flew out at £7.99 it'd make sense to increase it, although £10.99 is a hike, it's then easier to reduce it further if it's sales are flagging Vs increasing it if demand is rediculous

jsoap4 h, 21 m ago

Nice beer, but it drives me nuts that the same pack anywhere across the …Nice beer, but it drives me nuts that the same pack anywhere across the channel costs about £5 less.



Rip-off Britain strikes again!

jsoap4 h, 30 m ago

Nice beer, but it drives me nuts that the same pack anywhere across the …Nice beer, but it drives me nuts that the same pack anywhere across the channel costs about £5 less.


They make it in Europe though, transport costs etc and VAT. Seems normal to me.

generally sell for £3 - £5 each in a specialised beer shop or online LOLL. Tesco sell Chimay Blue for £2.65 and it beats all these although the Gulden Draak is good. In belgium you would be paying about £1.20 per bottle for these. The piraat is like Duvel and is nice the Bornem are like leffe the Gulden Draak is a nice porter style quad and is the pick of the lot. They are worth £11 yes but don’t believe they go for £5 a bottle

Nice beer and a good Saturday night session or a couple a night during the week. But an increase of over a third in price since last year?! No way.

Original Poster

Madchester1 h, 3 m ago

generally sell for £3 - £5 each in a specialised beer shop or online LOLL. …generally sell for £3 - £5 each in a specialised beer shop or online LOLL. Tesco sell Chimay Blue for £2.65 and it beats all these although the Gulden Draak is good. In belgium you would be paying about £1.20 per bottle for these. The piraat is like Duvel and is nice the Bornem are like leffe the Gulden Draak is a nice porter style quad and is the pick of the lot. They are worth £11 yes but don’t believe they go for £5 a bottle


What’s so hilarious? The beers in this pack do indeed sell BETWEEN the price bracket I listed - we aren’t in Belgium I case you haven’t noticed, we are in the United Kingdom... ‘9000 is £4.29 at Beer Hawk and is £4.50 in my LBS.

Chimay Blue is a good ale, but taste is subjective, right? What does that have to do with these ales being sold at Lidl anyway?! Delirium and Westmalle Tripel are the best beers on the planet as far as I’m concerned, but I will still indulge in lesser beers being sold at decent prices.
Edited by: "geefiasco" 30th Nov

fishmaster1 h, 19 m ago

They make it in Europe though, transport costs etc and VAT. Seems normal …They make it in Europe though, transport costs etc and VAT. Seems normal to me.



Or maybe it's the £1 duty and vat we have pay per bottle?

geefiasco45 m ago

What’s so hilarious? The beers in this pack do indeed sell BETWEEN the p …What’s so hilarious? The beers in this pack do indeed sell BETWEEN the price bracket I listed - we aren’t in Belgium I case you haven’t noticed, we are in the United Kingdom... ‘9000 is £4.29 at Beer Hawk and is £4.50 in my LBS. Chimay Blue is a good ale, but taste is subjective, right? What does that have to do with these ales being sold at Lidl anyway?! Delirium and Westmalle Tripel are the best beers on the planet as far as I’m concerned, but I will still indulge in lesser beers being sold at decent prices.


OP, have one and chill out.

Less than 2 litres for £11 ? No thanks.

swooper730th Nov

to the tune of £3? more likely they realised they could increase the price …to the tune of £3? more likely they realised they could increase the price this time around - if it flew out at £7.99 it'd make sense to increase it, although £10.99 is a hike, it's then easier to reduce it further if it's sales are flagging Vs increasing it if demand is rediculous


Let me guess, leave voter?

liuruiorp19 h, 38 m ago

Let me guess, leave voter?


No, business sense.

Love how anything, no matter the subject eventually gets back to some sort of political view.
Edited by: "swooper7" 3rd Dec

swooper73 h, 0 m ago

No, business sense. Love how anything, no matter the subject …No, business sense. Love how anything, no matter the subject eventually gets back to some sort of political view.


Well lidl's buying power would've grown over the past 2 years so you'd think they'd be in a stronger position to demand suppliers to maintain the same price.
If other posters are saying that you can get these bottles for less than £2 each in Belgium, then the foreign exchange movements seem the most logical explanation to me for the £3 increase.
And the internet community has its fair share of Leave voters who don't like to hear about the negative consequences of depreciation in sterling.

liuruiorp1 h, 54 m ago

Well lidl's buying power would've grown over the past 2 years so you'd …Well lidl's buying power would've grown over the past 2 years so you'd think they'd be in a stronger position to demand suppliers to maintain the same price.If other posters are saying that you can get these bottles for less than £2 each in Belgium, then the foreign exchange movements seem the most logical explanation to me for the £3 increase.And the internet community has its fair share of Leave voters who don't like to hear about the negative consequences of depreciation in sterling.


I appreciate there has been negative impact on FX globally unfavourable to the UK since Brexit, which would likely increase this slightly but circa ~35%+ is beyond that particular pail.
Would it be inconceivable that lidl wouldn't want to take advantage of its increased market share, UK estate and customer base to increase a price to generate higher profitability? And Coupled with FX GBP weakness I think is the overall rise. I imagine they'd have been leaning towards a loss leader at £7.99 LY.
Edited by: "swooper7" 3rd Dec

I am currently working my way through a box of these and can confirm it is a good buy!
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