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Hop Nuts, CraftHaus, Able Baker and, coming soon, HUDL and Nevada Brew Works.

Downtown Las Vegas’ Arts District is becoming a beer lover’s paradise

October 17th, 2019

Hop Nuts, CraftHaus, Able Baker and, coming soon, HUDL and Nevada Brew Works.

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