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San Antonio-based Shotgun House Roasters’ fresh chai now being sold at Central Market stores 

click to enlarge Shotgun House Roasters’ fresh chai concentrate is now available at Central Market. - PHOTO COURTESY / SHOTGUN HOUSE ROASTERS
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  • Shotgun House Roasters’ fresh chai concentrate is now available at Central Market.
Caffeine fiends now have another San Antonio-produced option when shopping at fancy AF grocery chain Central Market.

Downtown-area Shotgun House Roasters has landed its fresh chai concentrate on the shelves of the upscale supermarket concept owned by Texas grocery giant H-E-B.

The roastery alerted fans to the development in its emailed newsletter, announcing that both its original and unsweetened concentrates are now a year-round fixture at all ten Central Market stores. The concentrates are made with natural ingredients, including fresh ginger, whole spices and pure cane sugar.

The 16-ounce Shotgun House bottles are listed on San Antonio's Central Market website at $9.99 each. The concentrates are also available directly from the roastery, located inside artisan and entrepreneur space Warehouse 5, at 1333 Buena Vista St.

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