It's October again. The time of year most Americans wrongly think Oktoberfest is celebrated. While the festival does end the first weekend in October, it actually takes place primarily in September. Thanks to the neck on the Sam Adams Octoberfest I am enjoying at the moment, I can tell you the tradition dates back to 1810 when Munich decided to brew a special beer to celebrate their Crown Prince's wedding. This celebration lasted 16 days, and still does to this day. It is perhaps the most famous beer festival in the world, and any beer drinker worth his (or her) weight in beer will tell you that experiencing the pilgrimage to Munich in September is something that should be experienced at least once in one's life. I myself was fortunate enough to take part one year and had a great day (at least as far as I can remember), which I'm sharing with you. What will follow these next several days is El Guiri's review guide of Munich's famous Oktoberfest. Prost!