I ate some alpine strawberries already, they are slightly earlier than the usual strawberries I have in my garden (the variety name is lost since a long time). It is difficult to harvest your own fruit year-round in cool climate. There’s really nothing ripening in early spring apart from rhubarb which is not really a fruit.
I found that they are less prone to slug munching because the berries stay higher and off the ground whereas usual strawberries lay on the ground once the fruit is mature. I sell a lot of different alpine strawberry varieties, the berry colour is red, yellow or white: https://mountainherbs.net/collections/berries-and-fruit