Celebrating Orval Day!

This Saturday, March 24, 2018 is Orval Day!

What is Orval Day, you ask? Well, Orval Day is beer day of course!! Isn't everyday beer day seriously???

Just kidding... But Orval Day is not something that you want to miss! Orval is a Trappist Ale beer, which means it was brewed and bottle-conditioned at a brewery inside Notre Dame d'Orval monastery in Belgium. Yes, a monastery... cool! But this beer has such a unique brewing process, which gives it it's own unique flavor, and definitely worth the try!

If you need any more convincing to come and celebrate with us, listen here!

For each bottle of Orval sold in the whole month of March, Merchant de Vin will donate fifty cents to MAP International, providing lifesaving medicines to people in need around the world. A one-dollar donation to MAP provides $80 worth of medicine! 

So come out to Bierzot this Saturday, March 24, 2018 and celebrate with a Orval with us!

Tap List

I only drink beer on the days that end in ‘y’

We asked, you answered, so you shall receive! Thank you to everyone who commented on our Facebook post about what you wanted to see on our blog... and a lot of people wanted to see our tap list for starters! So here it is:

Duchesse De Bourgogna, Flanders, 6.2% 

La Trappe Quad, Quad, 10%

St. Bernardus ABT12, Quad, 10.5%

Petrus Apricot Ale, BPA, 7.3%

Flanigan's Irish Red, Nitro, 5.2%

The Bruery Mischief, PSPA, 8.5%

The Bruery Gypsy Tart, Oud Bruin, 8.4%

The Bruery White Chocolate, Wheatwine, 13.8%

Good Old Potosi, Blonde Ale, 5%

Rodenbach Fruitage, Flanders, 4.6%

Crafted Meadery Banana's Fosters Forever, Mead, 6%

All of these beers are subject to change at any point this weekend, kegs kick quite often when you go through beer like we do! Ha! We hope this helps those of you who were asking for this. Keep checking back with us for more updates.

We are open Thursday 4-9 and Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 11-9. Have a fantastic weekend, you beer lovers!!!

New Beer on Tap!

On this beautiful weekend, we are featuring the Almanac Sunshine and Opportunity Saison... with a light apple and peach taste and a little bit of hop to it, it makes you feel as though spring could be coming soon! 
Stop in today and treat yourself ☀️🍑🍏

We are going to get back to blogging, but what do you want to know about Bier Zot? We have lots to share with you, but we want to make sure that you are interested... So let us know what you want us to talk about! 

It could be a video of a member of Bier Zot explaining different kinds of beers, our food specials with our amazing chef, the possibilities are endless so leave us a comment below and let us know what YOU want to know about!!!

-Team Bier Zot


Saturday, April 1: Beer Bingo with Surly!

Join us for a night of bar snacks, beer, and banter reminiscent of great bingo halls

The first in a series of immersive beer events, our friends from Surly will join us for Bier Zot beer bingo on Saturday, April 1.

In conjunction with a Surly Tap take over, Bier Zot will feature a dive bar with a twist menu, a curated playlist and cash prize bingo. Starting at 5:30 games are $5, winner take all with Surly gear. This is not a joke!

Featured beer will include: Unbridled, a fresh and funked-up IPA, XTRA Citra, a sessional hoppy pale ale, and Mother of the Gut, a Belgian Ale infused with Chamomile, brewed a collaboration with Bent Paddle out of Duluth, MN

Event Details:
Saturday, April 1
5:30 – 9:00
Cost: Free to Attend, $5 per game to play Bingo

Brunch at Zot!


Join us Saturday and Sunday for Brunch at Zot!

With brunch cocktails and a Bier Zot twist on the classics. Do some day drinking with us!

Our menu features:

Eggs Benedict, with Nueske's Canadian Bacon and two poached eggs over english muffin bread and topped with hollandaise. 

Croissant Egg Sandwich, with bacon, scrambled egg, arugula, radishes and samurai sauce on a croissant.

Creme Brulee French Toast, two slices of english muffin bread, drenched,  torch glazed and topped with Gulden Draak caramel and house made whipped cream. 

See you soon!


Friday, Dec. 16: Bottle Swap & Rare Bottle Silent Auction to Benefit Door County Land Trust!

Join us on Friday, Dec. 16 for our Holly King Bottle Swap and Silent Auction to benefit Door County Land Trust

Whether you have some cellared bottles to swap or want to pick up a last minute gift for the beer lover in your life, join us for this free event. The fun starts at 5:30 pm with winners declared at 8:30 pm.

You don't need to be present to win so have a drink and try your luck! Many of the bottles come from the Bier Zot cellar, but a huge thank you to our friends at Mobcraft Beer, Breakthru Beverage, Flanigan Distributing, Ridgeview Liquor, Badger State Brewing, Surly Brewing, MKE Brewing, and Beechwood Sales and Service!

Deschutes/Hair of the Dog Collage #2
Donated by the Bier Zot Cellar

Collage #2 is one of the most exciting beers released this year. Period. The second collaboration between west-coast legends Deschutes and Hair of the Dog, Collage #2 is as cellar-worthy as they come. The Abyss and Mirror Mirror from Deschutes, both aged 100% in Pinot Noir barrels, are blended with Whiskey barrel-aged Fred and Cognac barrel-aged Doggie Claws from Hair of the Dog for a truly world-breaking brew. Expect caramel, molasses, oaked vanilla and a boundless cornucopia of dried fruit.  Starting Bid: $30

Donated by the Bier Zot Cellar

The wonders of the cellar are vast: we seem to be constantly surprised by the transformation a beer can make in just a few years. This package contains one of the most amazing metamorphoses we’ve ever seen. Included are two bottles of Oud Bruin (2014 and 2016) and two bottles of Cran-bic (2013 and 2016), wonderful sour ales brewed by New Glarus. Cran-bic is family thanksgiving in a glass, with tart cranberry turning delicate and sweet with age. Oddly, the beer also loses its color, transforming from ruby red to straw yellow. Oud Bruin is an exemplar of the style, gaining complexity as the sweetness fades over the two year aging period.  Starting Bid: $20

The Butte-iful Abyss
Donated by Breakthru Beverage

Two of our absolute favorites from our friends at Deschutes, both in prime form. Black Butte XXVI, released in 2014 to honor the brewery’s 26th birthday, has become one of America’s most sought after porters. 50% Black Butte aged 6 months in bourbon barrels and 50% fresh Black Butte, the blend is aged on Theo’s chocolate cocoa nibs, pomegranate molasses and Oregon cranberries. The Abyss, Deschutes’ once-a-year Imperial Stout aged on cherry bark and blackstrap molasses in Bourbon and Pinot Noir barrels, screams forth with bittersweet bakers chocolate and sweet black cherry. Starting Bid: $35

Winter Waters
Donated by the Bier Zot Cellar

In the last five years, Central Waters has established itself as home to one of the country’s finest barrel-aging programs. Each year, the brewery releases a Barleywine, a Scotch Ale and a Stout, all aged in Bourbon barrels in their now infamous cellar. Included in this package. alongside a limited-edition Central Waters poster, printed onto a retired beer palette, are two bottles of each release; 2014's Barleywine and 2016’s Scotch Ale and Stout. While these beers are delicious fresh, each can easily age for 5+ years, letting the heat fade and the true nature of each brew come to the fore. Starting Bid: $30

The Mob Takes Milwaukee
Donated by Mobcraft Beer

Brewed exclusively for the Grand Opening of Mobcraft's beautiful new Milwaukee home, barrel-aged Laughing Clown is one of the prolific brewery's most illusive releases to date. Rich and velvety in the mouth, BA Laughing Clown is bottled fireside celebration. Caramel, oak, vanilla and a sweet, sultry Bourbon tang whisper to one another, a warming cacophony of flavor. We've even included a 4-pack of Mobcraft's wonderful glassware, just in time for stocking stuffing! Starting Bid: $20

Soul Sisters
Donated by Flanigan Distributing

While Goose Island is most widely know for its Urban Pale Ale and the legendary Bourbon County, the breweries most interesting work is a well kept secret: the Sisters series. Consisting of Sofie, Matilda, Halia, Gillian and Lolita, the Sisters represent the pinnacle of Jared Jankoski's work as a Brewmaster. All are aged in wine barrels and feature an array of compliments; from orange peel and white pepper to peaches, raspberries and strawberries. We've included aged Sofie and Matilda from our cellar as an example of how gracefully these ladies age, but trust us, they're sublime fresh too.  Starting Bid: $50

East to West
Donated by Ridgeview Liquor

While East and West Coast brewers may have radically different opinions on what makes a delicious IPA, there is one thing they can all agree on: the necessity of brewing an amazing tribute to darkness. Presented here are two such tributes; one from Sierra Nevada in Chico, California and one from Ommegang in Cooperstown, NY, geographical opposites. Sierra Nevada’s 2015 barrel-aged Narwhal Imperial Stout is a legend of darkness from one of America’s most tenured craft breweries, while Ommegang’s The Art of Darkness beautifully expresses darkness through a Belgian lens, bursting forth with waves of sweet, dark fruit. Starting Bid: $20

Founders 2016 Lizard of Koz
Donated by Ridgeview Liquo

Near and dear to the hearts of our compatriots at Founders, Lizard of Koz was brewed as a birthday gift from brewmaster Jermery Kosmicki to his little sister, Liz. Featuring a few of her favorite things, Lizard of Koz was aged 6 months in bourbon barrels with fresh Michigan blueberries, rich cacao and vibrant vanilla. Safe to say it was a very happy birthday: drink the celebration now or save it for a special occasion, this lil’ beauty will age with the best of them. Starting Bid: $20

Red & White
Donated by Badger State Brewing

Before you are what we believe to be two of the best beers produced in Green Bay this year. Badger State’s Golden Ale, a wonderful brew on it’s own, is aged in Chardonnay barrels and Opus One Cabernet Sauvignon barrels for two radically different takes on wine barrel-aging. While the use of both red and white wine barrels has become commonplace in the craft beer world, it is an extremely rare occurrence to see the same base beer aged in both. In Chardonnay, the brew explodes with a stone fruit and brown sugar sweetness, while in Opus One, flavors of rich mixed berry and oak tannins reveal themselves as the beer warms in the glass.  Starting Bid: $30

Badger State 3rd Anniversary IIIPA
Donated by Badger State Brewing

While it feels as if Badger State Brewing has been a Green Bay institution for decades, the brewery just turned 3! To celebrate, owner Andrew Fabry and the Badger State crew whipped up a special one: a Triple IPA brewed with Wisconsin-grown Skyrocket hops. Weighing in at a whopping 11.1% ABV, this one is less summer refresher and more fireside sipper. Sweet and boozy with explosions of bright tangerine and earthy papaya, this beer is a hyper-limited expression of the Badger State crew’s love of brewing and of place. Starting Bid: $15

Toppling Goliath King Sue
Donated by Ridgeview Liquor

One of the country’s most sought after Double IPA’s, King Sue is as mythic as the dinosaur whose name she bears. With a perfect 100 on both BeerAdvocate and RateBeer and an unheard of 4.6 on Untappd, the beer community agrees that Toppling Goliath’s King Sue is the ultimate expression of the Citra hop. Bursting forth with bright tropicality, King Sue roars with thunderous citrus, pineapple and mango, finishing robust but smooth, begging for another sip. Whether you’ve been searching for an IPA you can get behind, or it’s your favorite style, this is a can’t miss brew. Drink fresh! Starting Bid: $25

Wisconsin is Surly!
Donated by Surly Brewing

Since their inception ten years ago, Surly’s former brewmaster, the legendary Todd Haug, has brewed an anniversary ale each year. Always different but consistently spectacular, the Surly Anniversary series has created a cultish following in the Minneapolis beer scene. Surly Ten, brewed with invert sugar and aged on toasted sassafras, represents Todd Haug’s final contribution to Surly Brewing, as historic as any Midwest ale can be. Included, is a limited-edition Surly poster designed by three Wisconsin artists and pressed onto a recycled Surly pallet. Starting Bid: $30

Madame Elf’s Secret Stash
Donated by MKE Brewing

Madame Elf is feeling especially generous this year and decided to donate a few bottles from her secret stash to benefit the Land Trust! Included in this package are; the Sherry and Brandy barrel renditions of MKE’s wonderful Grand Madame Barleywine, alluring the drinker with torrents of chewy caramel, English toffee, and brandied fruit, and their avant-garde Belgian Dubbel, Elf’s Lament, brewed with Rishi’s cinnamon-plum tea. Take advantage of Madame Elf’s generosity while you can, she doesn’t open up her stash often. Starting Bid: $20

Donated by Beechwood Sales and Service

Looking to help the Land Trust but not trying to purchase alcohol? Boy, do we have the ticket for you! Included are two limited-edition Lagunitas posters, both handmade from retired Lagunitas shipping pallets. Perfectly at home in the man cave or the dining room, these prints are one-of-a-kind works of art, embodying Lagunitas’ brand with their cartoonish illustration and care-to-the-wind vibe. Don’t miss this opportunity to spice up your home decor with a little California flare.  Starting Bid: $20

Bier Zot to Host Midwest's Most Exclusive Festival of Stouts!

Unfolding over three days in the heart of Northern Door County, Bier Zot Beer Café will host the Holly King Festival to showcase some of the country’s rarest Stouts, all on draft, on December 17.

Part Winter Solstice celebration, part dark beer love-a-thon, Holly King Festival includes three days of beer events. Bookending the festival are an intimate five-course prix fixe dinner paired with an eclectic group of stouts and a limited entry main event featuring Imperial Stouts from Deschutes, Surly, Goose Island, Avery, Dieu Du Ciel, Oskar Blues, Epic, Founders, Van Houzen, and more to be announced!  

In addition to a pouring of rare draft Imperial Stouts from all over the world, the festival will also assemble some of the Midwest’s most talented brewers to take part in the Wild Beer Hall, who will be pouring some of their best along with other cellared rarities on draft and a pop-up bottle shop.

All events are 21+ and take place at Bier Zot in Sister Bay, tickets now on sale at: bierzot.com/holly-king-festival

Cellar Works Barrel-Aged Bonanza

Date: Thursday, December 15
Time: 5:30 pm
Tickets: $75, includes a five-course prix fixe dinner paired with bottled stouts from our 800+ bottle cellar. Hosted by Bier Zot Bar Manager and Beverage Curator, Ryan Castelaz.

Bottle Swap & Exclusive Bottle Silent Auction

Date: Friday, December 16
Time: 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Tickets: Free, Attendees are invited to
dig into their own collection and swap coveted bottles with other beer lovers. In addition to the swap, Bier Zot and friends across the Midwest will host an Exclusive Bottle Silent Auction with over a dozen elusive ales to benefit the Door County Land Trust

Holly King Main Event
Date: Saturday, December 17
Time: Noon- 4pm
Tickets: $50, includes admission into
Bier Zot and includes five pours, food, and a Bier Zot sampling glass. Ticket also includes entry into the Wild Beer Hall from Noon- 4 pm. Confirmed Imperial stouts include: Deschutes 2015 AbyssSurly 2016 DarknessGoose Island 2014 Bourbon CountyAvery 2015 Tweak, Dieu Du Ciel Aphrodisiaque on Nitro, Oskar Blues 2016 BBA Ten Fidy, Epic 2016 Double Barrel Baptist, Founders 2016 Lizard of Koz, Van Houzen 2015 Whiskey BA Rumplestoutskyn with Cherries, North Coast Barrel Aged Old Rasputin and 5Rabbit Cacao

Featured in the Wild Beer Hall: (available for purchase)
 Steenberge Rum BA Piraat, MKE Gin BA O-Gii, Paradox Mangozacca, North Coast 2014 Wheat Whiskey BA Old Stock Cellar Reserve, Toppling Goliath IPA, with more to be announced!


Thursday, Nov. 17: Flash Mob! A Mob Craft Brewing Tap Takeover

Yes, believe your eyes. This is a flash mob that you don't need to be coordinated to be part of! Join us for Bier Zot's Flash Mob, a MobCraft Tap Takeover!

From the only crowdsourcing brewery in Wisconsin, we bring you five ales to make your tongue feel like dancing!

You can expect to enjoy: 

T.A.P. A: Pale Ale fermented with English Ale Yeast
T.A.P. B: Pale Ale fermented with Saison Yeast
Dr. Rudi's Funk Train: A Taproom Only Barrel Aged Sour
Senior Bob: Tequila Barrel Aged Cream Ale
Hop Cobbler: Hefeweisen with Apples and Cinnamon

For the love of beer, join us!