Re: Overwintering indoors???.....Is this possible?
Your odds are pretty good actually. I've seen many people use a setup in a basement with a tube from the NUC to the outside for air with a feeding jar of honey in the center of the lid on the top of the nuc. You will want to put a small opening in the hive with a screen so that you can keep the inside air of the NUC at about 40 deg F. This will keep them clustered for the most part and on warm days when the outside air gets above about 50 they will fly and recluster.
Thomas Bartram - 43 - 8 F langs, 22 Italian & 21 Russian