The answer to this question varies depending on whether you're talking about Michigan liquor stores or not. Retail outlets (excluding grocery stores) are prohibited from selling alcohol goods between the hours of 2 a.m. and 7 a.m., according to the state government. Bars and restaurants are similarly barred from selling alcohol during that time period, but they can reserve the right to serve by obtaining a Class C Liquor licence, which allows them to reopen later.
Residents of Michigan who feel the desire for another drink before 7 a.m. should hunt for local taverns or motels where they can place an order.
If you're talking about liquor stores in Michigan, state law prohibits the selling of any alcoholic beverages.