Maybe one of the groups who conduct beer experiments could brew up a 10 gal batch, split it into two fermenters, pitch one pack of BRY97 into one and two packs into the other and document the results with TILT and verifying FG with good old fashioned finishing hydrometers.
I plan to pitch one pack in one 5 gal batch and two in another and document my results but I’m not equipped to do a split of the same wort.
What if you split one 5 gal batch into two 2.5 gal batches, and used a 1/2 pack in one, and 1 whole pack in another. You could even just bottle 2 or 3 of each, then combine and keg the remainder, without much fuss.
I say "you", but what I really mean is that *anybody* who is interested could try this experiment. If anyone does, please report back with results.