I'm interested in locating a resource where differente yeast strains are discussed and profiled, such that for a given yeast strain I can see what different brewers' experiences have been with respect to ideal fermentation temperature, temperature effect on flavour, overall yeast effect on flavour, etc. I know certain manufacturers provide some of this information, but the effect of temperature on flavour per yeast strain I have found hard to come by: is this not unique to different yeasts?
I liked your idea so much, I went ahead and made a site that does this! :)
You can find it at www.yeasthub.com.
It's very rough around the edges (i've only been working on it a few days), but any comments and feedback would be most appreciated.
Comments/reviews/notes on the yeasts would be even more appreciated. :)
It's not exactly what you want, but if you use White Labs yeast, they have pretty good info on their site (http://www.whitelabs.com/beer/homebrew_strains.html) along with customer reviews for each strain.
Yeast is a tricky little thing, and a good yeast resource including a collection of several yeast company would be nice. On one hand it would be a bit redundant because different companies use the same or very similar strain of yeast but have their own name for it, but on the other hand it would be nice to look up specifically the yeast you use. And as a general rule the warmer the fermentation the more estery (Banana, clove, "Belgiany") your beer will turn out. I know that doesn't help much but I think at this point a whole lot of research and brewing is your best bet, I listen to a lot of podcasts on brewing and that is really helpful... GOOD LUCK