For better or worse, I recently learned that an NA brew that was available was essentially hopped wort that was carbonated. People seemed to enjoy it. Setting aside opinions about what is truly a beer and what is not, I have a question. In this experiment I'm trying to see how close I can get to expected flavor profile without having to remove alcohol via boil off or other method. If I were to brew a "hopped wort" and being able to get good clarity via various available methods without fermentation, I want to explore conditioning it in a bottle. I want to bottle some of the batch to see what happens over time with an NA brew only carbed in a bottle. The Question... Could I pipette some liquid yeast into each bottle along with some sugar just for the purpose of creating natural carbonation? Could I expect the same or similar results as priming a regular brew in a bottle?