Alcohol Laws For Wisconsin
Wisconsin permits the consumption of alcohol by minors, provided they are being supervised by parents/guardians/spouses. Most municipalities have a uniform 9 p.m. restriction on all alcohol sales. Notable exceptions: Kenosha, Green Bay, La Crosse, Maple Bluff (near Madison), Baraboo (near the Dells). Supermarkets, liquor stores, and gas stations may sell liquor, wine, and beer. Law changed effective 12/7/2011 to allow all liquor sales to begin at 6 a.m. Nonalcoholic beer is not regulated by state law.
Nope. Where do you think you are, Bourbon Street?
Unfortunately, there are some restrictions here.
In the bar: 6 a.m-2 a.m. Sunday-Thursday, 2:30 a.m. Friday-Saturday, no closing time on New Year's Day.
At the store: 6 a.m.-12 midnight for beer (some counties and municipalities only allow sales until 9 p.m. for beer), 6 a.m.-9 p.m. for liquor and wine
For everything else, you'll just have to go to a damn liquor store. Like an animal.