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Epcot is always evolving and you can never quite experience everything that the amazing park has to offer. Especially in World Showcase, new and exciting things are always available in each of the pavilions.
Disney Parks Blog recently showcased some awesome new B-ear (beer, ear, get it? See what we did there?) B-earfest merchandise in the Germany pavilion. There are some super cute items to be had so let’s just jump right in.
According to Disney Parks Blog, the new merchandise inside the “Germany pavilion (is) inspired by the culture of Germany and the Oktoberfest holiday.”
You’ve seen the jumbo pretzels for sale at the kiosk in the Germany pavilion.
Well, now you can have a bag to match. That’s right. Hop on over to the Germany pavilion grab yourself a giant pretzel and a Schöfferhofer (yes, that’s the grapefruit one) and then hop on into the shop to get your giant Mickey pretzel bag. Right out of Germany.
You can also now find a tyrolean hat/headband combo. THis also has a little Mickey pretzel on the side and a white feather.
There is also a Minnie Mouse inspired drindl dress which is a traditional Austrian dress. This type of dress is traditional among peasant women. This particular dress is adorable with a cute little white puffy sleeved top and the red and white polka dot dress and a black apron. There is even an adorable polka dot bow.
In addition, there are several hats available highlighting the Biergarten and a mug and tumbler as well! Stock up on all of this Germany inspired merchandise on your next stop in the Germany pavilion.
Don’t forget to grab yourself a beer and a giant pretzel and take a wander into this magical country. Prost!
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(Source: Disney Parks Blog)