About shotgun house roasters
Shotgun House Coffee Roasters opened to fawning fans on April 15th, 2018. Tucked away inside Warehouse 5 - a longtime sewing factory turned multi-suite creative space - Shotgun House Roasters is a hidden gem on San Antonio's near Westside. Equipped with a San Fransiscan SF-6, we proudly roast and package specialty coffee on-site and offer a full lineup of espresso drinks, teas, breakfast tacos, and pastries.
On March 25th, 2019, Shotgun House Roasters - SoFlo opened as a companion coffee shop to our nearby Westside roastery. Located in the vibrant Southtown neighborhood, SHR SoFlo is the perfect place to grab a coffee, listen to some records, or peruse our library in the dimly lit back study. Both of our locations - while worlds apart aesthetically - were thoughtfully designed to enhance the customer experience. We hope to see you at one or both shops soon.
Interested in serving Shotgun House coffee?
We're excited to expand our wholesale footprint throughout Texas. All of our coffee is hand roasted on our San Fransiscan SF-6 - arguably the finest small batch coffee roaster in the industry. If you'd like to know more about serving Shotgun House Roasters at your restaurant, cafe, or office, shoot us a quick email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or click here for more information on our process and pricing.
Host your next event at Shotgun
Need an intimate, care free & creative space near Downtown San Antonio? Warehouse 5 is rich in history and carries a raw, stylish, industrial aesthetic carefully designed to host a myriad of events. Lined with Texas cedarwood and greenery, our warm and inviting space is the perfect spot to host your next cocktail party or art installation. For inquiries, email us at email@example.com.
Building Something out of Nothing Podcast
Introducing Building Something out of Nothing, a small business podcast hosted by me (Eddie) - co-owner of Shotgun House Roasters.
I chat with small business owners, chefs, creatives, and entrepreneurs around Texas about what it really takes to build something out of nothing.