Bloom Coffee Roasters won't reopen cafe, roasting space in Old Town

Vickki Dozier
Lansing State Journal

LANSING — The pour overs, iced coffees and artisan toast  in Old Town are no more.

After re-opening in May, Bloom Coffee Roasters on Turner Street closed its cafe and roasting space in September.

And co-owner Jared Field said, this time, it won't be reopening. 

The business closed due to "creative differences and some partnership issues," Field said.

Bloom Coffee Roasters Cafe in Old Town has closed.

But his plan is to come back to the coffee world at some point.

"I don’t want to leave the coffee industry," Field said. "I fell in love with the coffee industry about 10 years ago and there’s kind of no turning back,"

Field and business partner Cameron Russell launched Bloom Coffee Roasters in REO Town in Lansing. They began the business of roasting in a 2,200-square foot warehouse.

Jared Field, owner of Bloom Roasters, stands outside the new cafe Monday, June 20, 2016 in Old Town Lansing. He plans of opening the pour-over cafe on July 5, with limited hours on July 1 during Arts Night Out. He said he was drawn to Old Town because it's an artsy community, and he considers roasting his art form.

Within a few months, they found a space in Old Town, at 1236 Turner St., with plans to open a sit-down cafe. 

Bloom Coffee Roasters Café opened in July of 2016. The café closed in December of 2017 and reopened in May of 2018.

Field says he appreciates the support the community has provided.

"I appreciate everything, we all do — me, my wife and my other business partner who’s also my brother-in-law," Field said.

"I’m sure I speak on behalf of our staff, who we lost along the way, that we just loved seeing their faces every day and we loved being there to serve them coffee and talk about life."

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