Anyone ever pitch two strands of yeast for a single brew? Just wondering what the potential is, what negative effects it could have. I'd imagine I would have heard something about it if it was a popular method, but who know! Thanks.
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I think it is a waste of money. There are beers that call for bacteria and yeast. Two yeasts would compete with one another and who knows what flavors you might impart. You could do it and I am sure get a great beer but IMH your wasting money.
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