Pop-up spirits distillery opens at Pittsburgh International Airport

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Quantum Spirits, a distillery based in Carnegie, Pennsylvania, has opened a new pop-up location as part of Fraport Pittsburgh’s new concessions program at Pittsburgh International Airport, Pennsylvania.

Quantum Spirits’ team of chemists, scientists and engineers produce a wide range of rye-based spirits using scientific processes and parameters with the aim of creating a new style of American spirit.

“At Quantum, we are harnessing the potential of science and technology to reinvent the way spirits are made,” said co-founder Ryan Kanto. “We do this by exploring new technology, methods and ingredients in an effort to create the best spirits possible. We’re excited to introduce our products to a wider audience and spread the love of craft distilling 2.0.”

With its new pop-up now open in Concourse B, Quantum Spirits offers exclusive, locally made spirits to go, branded merchandise and special tastings. Products include rye vodka, made from Quantum’s signature rye/rye malt blend; citrus vodka, made with real citrus, rye vodka and water; and gin, distilled from a signature rye/rye malt blend and a medley of cucumber, cardamom, black peppercorn, juniper and citrus.

Ben Zandi, president and CEO of Fraport USA, said, “As a local purveyor with an exceptional product, Quantum Spirits is another example of the spirit of innovation that drives our region. We are thrilled to have Quantum participate in our Pop-Opps program and wish them continued success in their exciting quest to reinvent spirits through science.”

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