Beer Can Chicken — This easy beer can chicken on the grill guarantees moist meat that falls off the bone and crispy, ultra flavorful skin. During that stretch of extreme heat here in Minnesota recently, I was suddenly craving a whole chicken. Moist and fall-off-the-bone tender, with crispy skin that was super charged with flavor. My husband found the specialty grill pan out in the garage, stored with the rest of our grilling and smoking supplies. The reason?
Use this recipe as an alternative to the famous Beer-Can Chicken. Step 1: Pop the tab off the beer can. Drink half the beer or pour it into the soaking water of the wood chips or chunks. Using a church key-style can opener, make 2 additional holes in the top of the beer can.
Recipe, post, and pictures updated. Are any of you deep into grilling season yet? However, I have been hungry for simple grilled foods and I love how easy this beer can chicken is to make. I also need that much to feed my family, lol! Start by making sure you chicken is nice and dry when you remove it from the packaging.
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