Ohio's liquor stores and craft brewers are limited to beers with 12 percent alcohol-by-volume or less. But that changes on Wednesday, when a new state law removes that cap.
In 2006, the limit was bumped from 6 to 12 percent, but brewers and vendors in the state have said for years that it’s still too low, citing successful out-of-state beers with much higher alcohol content.
In May, Gov. Kasich agreed and signed a bill removing that cap.