Barista Training Missouri

Work Bench

3160 Terrace St Kansas City, MO 64111

  • Phone: (816) 419-1904 
  • Email: Info@WorkBenchCoffeeLabs.com 
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Workbench provides high-quality training space and programs specifically for coffee professionals. Our roots are in the technical service world of specialty coffee, and we are uniquely equipped to provide you with the right solution for your professional development needs. At Workbench, you can learn, train and entertain.


Rochester Brewing and Roasting Company

2129 Washington Street , Kansas City , Missouri 64108

  • Phone: (816) 216-7181 
  • Email: info@rochesterkc.com 
Rochester Brewing and Roasting Company logo

Rochester Brewing & Roasting Co. is a locally owned brewery, roastery and event space in the West Crossroads in Kansas City, MO. We are three friends passionate about the art and science of brewing beer and roasting specialty coffee from all over the world.


Common Questions About Barista Training In Missouri

How long does barista training in Missouri take?

Barista training courses in Missouri can take anywhere from 3-12 months depending on what type of course and certification you are pursuing.

How much does barista training in Missouri cost?

Barista training courses in Missouri may cost as little as $50 and as much as $2,000. You can expect to pay the latter for a complete barista basics and advanced skills course. You can find short, specialty skills classes for much lower, however.

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Kayla Stavridis

Head of Marketing

Kayla Stavridis
Kayla Stavridis is a coffee enthusiast and Head of Marketing for Barista HQ. She blends her professional insights and experience with a deep passion for all things coffee. Kayla offers a unique, hands-on perspective on coffee culture and trends. You can find her sipping a cold brew with just a touch of milk on the beach in the afternoon and a Corona with lime in the evening.

My favorite drink? I'd go with... Cold Brew

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