Ohio Budget Lamented by Beer Aficionados

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) – Beer buffs say the state will miss out on sales and potential tax revenue because a proposal to let Ohioans buy higher-alcohol beers was dropped from the state budget.

The owner of a home-brewing supply store in Dayton says people who want craft beers with more buzz will have to go to other states. Mike Schwartz tells the Dayton Daily News he doesn’t understand why the alcohol content in beer is more limited when he can sell a rum that’s more than 75% alcohol.

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