Originally Posted by Hangman
. . . . . I am wondering, before I run off experimenting, if it would just be a waste of yeast and time to combine different strains in the same fermentor or would it add something to the finished beer?
It could add something, it could take something away, it depends on what cultures you're using and a TON of other parameters. I'd suggest studying what beer you want to make and determine what yeasts you want to try by studying their parameters.
FYI, quite a few cultures have more than one "strain" in them already.
Brew on my friend