Originally Posted by Dienekles
Experiment goals: To see if it possible to split a single wort into two seprate batches, fermenting them with two seprate yeasts, then recombining them in a secondary - thereby reaping the benifits of both flavor profiles before conditioning.
Just looking for a little guidance here - has anyone done similar experiments OR does anyone have any reason why with might not work?
I can't imagine there would be any kind of problem doing this. I don't think the yeast will get in any fights or anything
You will probably want to set asside a small sample of each alone just to compare the parts to the sum...just a thought