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Thursday, April 18 at 6:30pm
Happy Hour is all about getting out, letting loose, catching up old friends and making new ones – so why not do the same for your dog?
Greens can be used in an infinite number of ways, whether it is as a main ingredient, as in a fresh salad, or cooked and served as a side.
Cured meats, known as salumi are eaten all around the world and are commonly used on charcuterie platters, on top of pizzas, and much more.
A traditional dish of the United Kingdom, comprised of sausages, mashed boiled potatoes, and is usually topped with a rich gravy.
What’s so special about sour beers? Sours are actually quite difficult to brew!
Oro Valley is situated just six miles north of Tucson, in the western foothills of the Santa Catalina mountains.
Noble Hops’ bar features an impressive 28 taps that change daily.
In the spirit of accommodating the needs of all of our guests, we feature several tasty gluten-free beer options at Noble Hops.
The cold temperatures of the winter months often influence our taste buds when we head out to the bars.
Noble Hops refers to traditional varieties that were used to make early European beers.
Is it really all that different from a “regular” pub? In short… yes!
The first beers originated in modern-day Kuwait and Iraq.
A quick summer beer primer to help you ensure that you’ve been picking the right brews to quench your thirst!
New York-based Thrillist named “The 13 Best Bars in Arizona,” and we’re proud to say we made the cut!
Cigars have been around for ages, but did you know these interesting cigar facts?
What separates American lagers from their European brethren?
What is the difference between an American Ale and a European Ale?
Lager, pilsner, porter, stout, ale: we see all stripes of beers on a regular basis.
Many restaurants, including Noble Hops, proudly offer seasonal menus. What’s the deal with these rotating offerings?
India Pale Ales are everywhere. Where did they come from, and why?
A good beer is a fine thing, and in today’s world it’s easy to find many great brews from near and far.
Suggested wine pairings have been an element of fine dining menus for years. But what about beer pairings?
Clean, balanced, hoppy, fruity—what exactly do these descriptions mean?
Nothing says “celebration” quite like smoking a cigar.
After a long day, few things are more rewarding than popping the cap off your favorite ice-cold beer.
One thing we can all agree about is which cigar brands are the most famous.
If you haven’t been to Oro Valley, here are 6 reasons to check it out.
Maybe you don’t think much about the foam head on a freshly poured glass of beer—but you probably should!
Craft beer and cigars go together like peanut butter and jelly.
While the Southwest might appear to be a craft beer desert in comparison, the illusion is untrue.
Eating seasonal, local fare provides the freshest possible dining.