I always liked the idea of wild yeast. I do have one batch of unpasteurized cider brewing right now with nothing added to it. Can't wait for the outcome of that. Long story short I now want to try some wild yeast but without the risk of loosing 5 gallons of cider every time I do it. Plus when I get something I like I can keep it and reuse batch after batch. So I was reading different ways to get wild yeasts and figured what was best for me. This seemed to be the best way with smallest risk. Basically have to buy organic apples and peel the skin off, add it to some apple juice and give it time. So I just wanted to share my little experiment with you guys. I'll try to update it every day or two for those interested.