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Kaktus celebrates end of A.R.T. in Nob Hill with a swanky remodel

Kaktus went ahead and remodeled the interior of its Nob Hill taproom.

Kaktus Brewing had the unfortunate timing of opening its Nob Hill taproom just as construction began on the Albuquerque Rapid Transit project. Now, as the last of the orange cones have been removed, Kaktus is looking to finally find its niche with a taproom remodel.

“As you know, right when we opened this location, they started A.R.T.,” owner Dana Koller said. “We were just up against it hard, the challenge right there for a while. We just got motivated as they were completing A.R.T., supposedly they’re about to run any day now, we decided to recreate ourselves along with that. All of our changes would be done December 1. So, we didn’t close to make the changes, we’ve been incrementally creating them, and then December 1 is when it’s like this is where we’re at.”

The new interior is both cozy and pseudo-industrial.

Kaktus tossed out the old, almost 1960s-style mod furniture. The bar is now one solid piece with a conc

Source: NM Dark Side Brew Crew

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