This summer looks set to be the summer of the garden bar. Who needs to scramble around for a beer garden booking when you can pick up this stylish rattan Aldi tiki bar instead?
Aldi has quickly made a name for itself as one of the place to pick up the best garden furniture at an even better price. First, they bought us the Aldi egg chair, which has sold out not once but over three times in a matter of seconds. Now they have launched a stylish outdoor bar to take your alfresco dining to the next level.
The Aldi bar is an online exclusive and will be available to pre-order from this weekend before they officially go on sale on the 17th of May. Priced at £199.99 the bar is a steal compared to similar versions.
Not only does the bar boast an elegant wicker finish, but it is even kitted out with its own awning. The bar top is made out of black printed tempered glass, Aldi may skimp on price, but never on style.
Behind the bar are shelves for stacking and storing your favourite spirits and a space to hang wine glasses. For more outdoor bar ideas be inspired by our gallery.
To complete your garden bar set up Aldi is also selling a copper drinks trug priced at £19.99. Simply fill the chug with ice and stack it full with your favourite bottles of wine to keep them cool during your next garden soiree.
If you prefer your beer to your wine, Aldi has a handy gadget just for that too. The Philips Perfect Draft promises cold draft beer at home.
The draft would usually set you back an eye-watering £547.99 on Amazon, however, at Aldi you can pick it up for just £199.99. The Draft comes in black with chrome and metal accents, so will look stylish perched atop your bar top.
The LED display shows temperature, volume, and freshness. The Phillips Perfect Draft should keep beer for up to 30 days until a fresh key is needed.
If you fancy snapping up the Aldi tiki bar you'll need to act fast as we don't expect it to hang around long. So make a note in your diary and in the meantime why not peruse our outdoor dining ideas for a little more alfresco inspiration.
Rebecca has worked as a homes and interiors journalist for over four years, and is currently the Deputy Editor on Ideal Home online. Previously, she was the News Editor across the Future homes and gardens brands, including Gardeningetc.com. She lives in a rented flat in South London where she makes the most of window boxes to create small container gardens. Inside she has a jungle of houseplants in nearly every room which she does her best to keep up with regular watering and repotting.
Take part in the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch 2023 to save our feathered friends
Gardens Watching garden visitors for just one hour in the Big Garden Birdwatch 2023 could help provide vital data to protect birds from the effects of climate change
By Jayne Dowle Published
Do you need to chit potatoes? Find out what the experts say
Grow Your Own Learn how to chit potatoes before planting them in the ground and you’ll be on your way to getting an earlier and bigger harvest
By Drew Swainston Published