Thanks for the input all. Works been eating up all my free time so I'm finally getting a chance to brew this in the next few days. Have a 2L starter of lacto on the stir plate since last night holding steady at 98...I forgot the 50/50 corn sugar to DME though, too late now though. My process is going to be pretty similar to enid's above; but, with only one decoction.
Here's my current thought for experimentation (partly putting this down as notes for me to review later so I don't forget
). With 10 gallons I will pull 2.5 gallons out of each carboy to blend into a cornie and keg condition and serve on tap. Then blend the remaining into the bottling bucket. Bottle half of it straight and when I get to the halfway point pour Avery 15 dregs into the remainder and bottle 2.5 gallons with brett. I have heard that bottle aging gets the lacto character going quicker so I will be able to compare keg to bottle. It will also give me the chance to compare brett against non brett in the style.