I'm not sure if there's a thread on this already (I searched and I didn't find anything), but I found this on Lagunitas Website. What do you guys think? https://lagunitas.com/beers/tuberfest "The TuberFest is a smooth and malty lager that is counterbalanced with some delicious Pacific NorthWestern Idaho #7 hops, giving it a cedary, herbal zing… Brewed to jumpstart your salubrious slide into late-Summer. Ach!" "The earliest known usage of the term ‘Oktoberfest’ was probably the phrase, 'Ach!, Tuber Fest!'. This antiquious expression hearkens back to the Dark Age reign of Sir Loin of Boef, during which there existed a brisk trade in Irish slaves. Powerful Germanic warlords actually imported Irishmen to work on their deep central European potato plantations. These Irishmen celebrated the harvest season with a unique fermented potato beer which their German masters enjoyed thoroughly. Hence the term: 'Tuber Fest'. When the slaves were finally freed during the potato blights of 1252 and 1257, malted barley was substituted for the spuds of old and the rest is, well, history, sort of. Honest." For some reason the bottle says 8.0%, but the website it's 7.5%. Anyway, as a big fan of Lagunitas, I will definitely be looking for this one.