Due to Ohio's antiquated ABV laws, the typical 16% version of this beer could not be distributed in the state. An alternative version with a different label (which lists the ABV as somewhere in the 11% range) can instead be found on our shelfs. I know there has been some speculation as to whether this Ohio version reflects a blend of the 16% version with a lower alcohol beer, a different recipe altogether, or simply some crafty labeling. While there does not appear to be any definitive information available regarding this, I wondered if anyone has done a side-by-side to at least taste whether there are discernable differences between the Ohio and Regular versions of this beer. Any feedback is appreciated. Thanks.