Team Building Classes

Have Fun AND Build Teamwork 

The ultimate combination of work, fun and food! Our team building activities offer a chance to learn, hands-on the art of bacon making or the German tradition of sausage making while forging effective coworker relationships. Team building events have been shown to help form genuine collaborations that work inside and outside the office.

Join three-time hall of famer Wurstmeister Mike Sloan for these collaborative team building activities that are both informative and entertaining. Mike enthusiastically shares his passion and years of experience with his students as they work together to make a delicious product. 

Wurstmeister Mike has created two team building classes, Sausage Making 101 and Makin' Bacon 101Hermann Wurst Haus Makin Bacon Team Building Class

In the Sausage Making class, Mike will show you the ropes of sausage making and cover topics such as:

  • mixing and grinding techniques
  • ingredients
  • types of casings
  • safe handling
  • smoking and cooking times
  • plus much more

In the Makin' Bacon class, you will learn about:

  • cure types
  • smoking times
  • different flavors of bacon such as jalapeno, apple-wood smoked, Bourbon pepper, Mexican-style 
  • plus much more

Classes last 2-2 1/2 hours and are best suited for teams of 15-25 students. Cost is $99 per person and includes lunch, 2 pounds of sausage or bacon (made by you!) and a Wurst Haus goody bag. Participants receive 10% discount on in store purchases that day (excludes liquor and any in-store specials). Class is by reservation only. Attendance is limited to 25 people, call 573-486-2266 to set up a team building event or complete the form below and we will be in touch with you shortly!

Payment is due at the time of registration. Minimum of 15 students is required.


Read What Our Customers are Saying . . . 

The Wurst Class with Wurstmeister Mike is da bomb!  We had a great time getting our hands dirty mixing our team's own special recipe of sausage.  Not only does Mike provide plenty of ingredient options, but also sage instruction and advice.  Extruding sausage into the casing was an experience all of us will remember - along with all the obligatory sausage jokes!  Fun and tasty event!

Sheila - Gentry Law Firm, Jefferson City, MO December, 2016