• In this Friday, Dec. 11, 2015 file photo, cellerman Franz Graef passes a wall of barrel-aged beers as he pulls a pallet of filled kegs to a walk-in refrigerator at Rhinegeist Brewery in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood of downtown Cincinnati. Ohio lawmakers have voted to scrap a cap on alcohol content for beer, in a move to allow craft brewers the freedom to make boozier beers. Ohio is following the lead of other states in getting rid of the 12 percent cap, which has been on the books since just after Prohibition.  (AP Photo/John Minchillo, File)

    Ohio lawmakers vote to scrap cap on alcohol content for beer

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — In a move that would allow craft brewers the freedom to make boozier beers, Ohio lawmakers have voted to scrap a cap on alcohol content for beer that’s been on the books since just after Prohibition.