A state senator is proposing to boost Ohio's legal limit for alcohol in beer from 12 percent to 18 percent. The provision was tucked into the proposed state budget Tuesday, according to the Columbus Dispatch. State Sen. Jimmy Stewart, R-Albany, told the newspaper that he got the idea after talking with Jackie O's Pub and Brewery in Athens -- a brewpub well known for experimenting. "They as well as other small breweries would be very excited about making some products on a limited basis with a higher alcohol content," Stewart told the Dispatch. "This is a very small niche market and very expensive craft beers that are more for the aficionados." To read the full story, click here.