I saw a recipe for a low alcohol homebrew, well not really a recipe, but an instruction on how to turn a homebrew recipe to a low alcohol recipe. Basically it say before bottling, add the priming sugar, heat the beer to boiling, then let it cool. Once cool add the yeast (again), then bottle.
I tried it, and it tasted different, not bad, actually it was a pretty good drink and seemed ideal for those time where you want a non-sweet drink. But a few later I realized it does still contain a good amount of alcohol.
Did I do it wrong? I boiled it just to the point that it was boiling, and didn’t leave it there (started cooling right away). Would boiling it for a few minutes/hours/days/years make a difference?
Any other ways to get a low alcohol homebrew?