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How to Make Beer Can Chicken - Recipe - About Barbecue & Grilling
Beer can chicken, also know as beer in the butt chicken, is a great method for roasting a whole chicken on the grill, in a smoker or even in your oven without the ...
Beer Can Chicken Recipe - About Barbecue & Grilling
This basic variation of the "beer in the butt" chicken recipe combines the flavors of a great spice rub with the flavors steamed out of the beer can.
How to Cook Beer in the Butt Chicken - About Barbecue & Grilling
It's more than just a interesting name for a recipe. Once you've tried Beer Can Chicken you'll never go back, so pop open your beer can and grab a whole ...
Top 10 Beer Can Chicken Recipes - About Barbecue & Grilling
Set chicken on a can and you will not only be able the bird moist, but you will be able to add lots of great flavor while it cooks. These beer can chicken recipes ...
Basic Beer-Can Chicken Recipe - Chicken Recipes
This delicious chicken dish is also called "beer butt chicken." The method involves placing a (beer or soda) can of liquid up into the cavity of the chicken, then ...
Making Beer Can Chicken Tutorial - Finishing Up
Depending on how even the heat is you shouldn't have much to do now but wait for the beer can chicken to cook. Time isn't important to chicken, temperature is.
Choosing the Right Beer for Beer Can Chicken - About.com
The recipe is simple – cram a mostly full can of beer into the cavity of a whole chicken, stand it up on the grill or in a pan and Viola! you have beer butt chicken.
Making Beer Can Chicken Tutorial - Put on the Can
The trick with standing up a beer can chicken is to let the legs balance the weight. Since we know that the can is going to fit in the chicken (see step #1) we won't ...
Beer in the Butt Chicken Recipe - About Barbecue & Grilling
Preheat smoker. Wash and trim chicken. While the smoker heats up, open the beer and drink half and only half. With a can opener, cut the top of the beer can off.
Prepare Grill - Beer Can Chicken - About Barbecue & Grilling
You will be grilling your beer can chicken indirectly. This means that the fire will either be to the side or around the chicken. I have mine set up on a kettle style ...