As the title states.
The directions for Oktoberfest Lager state to: Put your keg in a location with a consistent temperature between 65° and 75° F (18.3°-23.8° C)
Do we know what kind of yeast is being used here? If it's lager yeast, that temperature is really high. Lager yeast ideal fermenting temp is 45-55F. Is this an "Oktoberfest lager" made with ale yeast (so not a lager), or is this an Oktoberfest Lager that's fermented way too warm? Especially if you consider the h
99% of the time, you are working with ALE yeast. Mr. Beer's products use the word "Lager" in some of the names - American Lager, Oktoberfest Lager - that are really Ales.
The wheat beers have a wheat yeast.
The specialty brews, i.e. Craft or Seasonal, sometimes have a unique yeast.
Some recipes will come with a unique yeast, and instructions to use that yeast and ignore the ones under the cap. If it's a lager, it will tell you to ferment 57 - 62 or so.