Drink beer near Litchfield Park homes.People living in Litchfield Park homes who love craft beer and video games can combine the two and have a great time at 8-Bit Aleworks. Since its opening in 2015, 8-Bit Aleworks has been working hard to help locals create a fun community where everyone belongs. The tasting room has a fun vibe, and owner Ryan Whitten has developed the 8-bit video game theme with great artwork and music. He started brewing beer on a small scale in 2004 and worked at his recipes for 11 years before opening 8-Bit Aleworks.

Litchfield Park Real Estate Owners Drink Beer and Play 8-Bit Games

Today, the working brewery and tasting room is the place to go to get amazing craft beer, play tabletop games, NES, Super Nintendo, pinball, and a few cabinet arcade games. They don’t serve food at 8-Bit, so you’re welcome to bring some from your own Litchfield Park home, pick something up on the way, or order delivery. Just be sure not to get any drinks, as they are not allowed under Arizona law. They’re open Monday through Thursday from 4 to 9 p.m.; from 4 to 10 p.m. on Friday, from noon to midnight on Saturday; and from noon to 8 p.m. on Sunday. Come in often to taste new beers, which are added to the list regularly. You can also join the loyalty program to level up and earn great rewards.

In addition to regular hours, 8-Bit Aleworks hosts fun events. Litchfield Park real estate owners should plan to come in on Tuesday, February 11th for the first-ever 8-Bit Boss Battles. There will be a new boss to defeat about once an hour, and everyone at the taproom will work together to defeat it. With every $5 purchase, you’ll get to roll the dice to damage the monster. You can do more damage by donating to the charity of the week, as well as by purchasing special cans and bottles. When the boss is defeated, everyone who helped gets to draw for cool prizes. Follow 8-Bit on Facebook to learn more about this and all upcoming events. 

Visit 8-Bit Aleworks online to see a current list of beers and get directions.