Ohio’s 12 percent cap on alcohol in beer officially disappeared Wednesday. Are you wondering what high-alcohol beers are out there or are on the way?

Craft beer drinkers, retailers and breweries had been lobbying for years against the state limit, arguing that it stifled creativity and put Ohio at a competitive disadvantage to surrounding states.

With the craft beer industry booming — the Ohio Division of Liquor Control has issued more than 180 brewing permits — state legislators agreed earlier this year that the cap no longer makes sense, especially with no limit imposed on wine or liquor. The cap was lifted on Wednesday and craft brewers are wasting no time coming into the market.

Here’s a rundown of every product exceeding 12 percent registered with the state Division of Liquor Control as of Wednesday morning.

• Phoenix Brewing Company: Metamorphus/Imperial Stout (14 percent); Phixius/Triple IPA (13 percent)

• Avery Brewing Company: The Beast Grand Cru Oak Aged (14.60 percent)

• North Coast Brewing Co.: Grand Cru (12.50 percent); Old Stock 2014 Cellar Reserve/Ale Aged in Rye Whiskey Barrels (13.16 percent); Old Stock 2014 Cellar Reserve/Ale Aged in Wheat Whiskey Barrels (13.16 percent)

• Samuel Adams: Utopias (28 percent)

• Quaff Bros: S’more of What (13 percent)

• Triple Digit Brewing: Huge Beer 37 (15 percent)

• Samichlaus: Classic (14 percent); Helles (14 percent); Schwarzes (14 percent)

• No Rules: Vietnamese Porter (15 percent)

• Clown Shoes: Blaecorn Unidragon (12.50 percent); Trillionaire (12.50 percent); Fistful of Dragon (12.50 percent)

• Weyerbacher: Finally Legal (15 percent)

• Camo Brewing: Black Extra (12.2 percent)

• Hoppin’ Frog: T.O.R.I.S. (13.8 percent)

• Ballast Point Brewing: Barmy (13.5 percent); Victory at Sea (13 percent)

• Koochenvagners Brewing: Bastards Midnight Brunch (12.7 percent); Stone Farking Wheaton (13 percent)

• Dogfish Head: 120 Minute IPA (18 percent)

• Four Loko: Gold (14 percent); Sour Apple (14 percent)

• Against the Grain: 70K (13 percent)

• R Shea: Gravitation (15.1 percent)

• The Bruery: Poterie (16.8 percent); Blue BBLs (16.3 percent); Chocolate Rain (19.7 percent); Chronology 6 (13.7 percent); Melange 14 (13.4 percent); So Happens Its Tuesday (14 percent); White Oak (12.5 percent); Mash & Vanilla (13.3 percent)

• Against the Grain: Bo & Luke (13 percent); London Balling (12.5 percent)

• Stout Brewing Company: Fire Flask Gluten Free (14 percent); Fruit Punch (14 percent); Boss Grape (14 percent); Boss Watermelon (14 percent); Great America Apple Pie (14 percent); Great America Carolina Clear (14 percent); Great America Lemonade (14 percent); Great America Pink Lemonade (14 percent); Great America Peach (14 percent); Great America Red White & Blueberry (14 percent); Great America Strawberry (14 percent); Great America-Watermelon (14 percent); Boss-Berry Lemonade (14 percent)

• Zaftig: Ol Harvey Russian Batch 116 Imperial Stout (16 percent)