As many of you know, I've been brewing with a strain of yeast I "naturally" harvested almost 3 years ago now. I've since moved and am getting ready to hopefully isolate another "winner" at my new house for a true "Kyle's House Strain."
One of the things that is important here is the weather when doing this - it's important to try a capture after a rain, but before it gets too hot (so the Chicago area is tricky with out almost non-existent spring). However, it looks like this week I may get a few opportunities - I'm going to try to get a CHAOS strain as well.
With all that said, I am trying to document this process very thoroughly this year in hopes of submitting an NHC presentation proposal for the 2019 conference and that's where I need your help. Besides the capturing/isolation/growing/brewing - what else would you like to learn? Fishing for ideas here so I can hopefully cover bases I may not be thinking of.