WELCOME TO OUR BOURBON & BURN 2023 DISTILLERY PAGE!

Bourbon & Burn is an exclusive, invitation only event in Southwest Missouri hosted by Down Syndrome Group of the Ozarks.  Proceeds raised benefit families of individuals with Down syndrome.  The event audience includes bourbon lovers and key influencers from the greater Springfield area business community.


For 2023, we want to host YOU!  We are looking for distilleries with unique flavors of bourbon to attend and provide tastings for our event.  We want to work with each distillery to provide a platform for their product to be purchased by attendees as a result of the tastings.  We have a local retailer who is already in place to help with the logistics of those sales.


the cause

Down Syndrome Group of the Ozarks exists to bring life and wellness to families who are advocating towards a community of inclusion for individuals with Down syndrome.


We work to provide opportunities that you and I take for granted every single day.  Life skills, medical care, education, jobs, athletic competition, relationships...are not readily available to everyone.  Our parents work very hard to provide for their children but they can't do it alone.  DSGO walks with families through difficult seasons and celebrates with them at every single win.


Bourbon & Burn is an opportunity for you to make a difference while furthering the reach of your bourbon product(s).

the venue

Bourbon & Burn 2023 will be hosted at the Ozark Mill at Finley Farms, in Ozark, Missouri.  The Ozark Mill is a premier Johnny Morris property that was reimagined back into existence in 2021.  To learn more about The Ozark Mill at Finley Farms, visit their website HERE.

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