Your only asking for trouble if you put 2 different strains of yeast into the one brew.....like asking Bin Laden to have a sleep over with George Bush...I believe a fight would errupt before midnight..... :lol:
And why would you want to use 2 different yeasts anyway.??
Well JWB, I have to confess :unsure: My current wort has 2 difference yeast in it. I used a wyeast 3944 for intial ferment but did not aerate enough so I got a stuck ferment. Grumpy's suggested to get my wort moving again I should put in a dried yeast that's a hard worker <_< so I did and the ferment chugged along again.
I havent tasted yet, but it will be interesting though!
i will quote an american brew catalogue "beer beer and more beer"
yes,the art side of personal brewing.creative brewers may combine strains to achieve unique new,personalized flavour profiles.experimenting is a natural step in the process of crafting ones own series of signature beers.