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A Northwest Detroit Coffee House is Brewing Again

Always Brewing Detroit closed at the beginning of the month due to slow sales. But Cody Williams decided to purchase the neighborhood cafe after a friend told him the property was for sale.

Williams says owning a business will be different than working in one.

 

It’s not an unfamiliar role and doing it for myself is a lot…it feels more fulfilling than doing it for a larger company especially in the sense of community it will have its challenges overall it will be a very smooth transition.”

 

Always Brewing Detroit reopens on Tuesday.

 

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Tia Graham

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A Detroit native and recent graduate of Michigan State University. She studied broadcast journalism with a concentration in sports and is truly passionate about media and every element that surrounds it.

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