How to make it

  • Mix the rub in a small bowl. Set aside.
  • Wash, dry season the chicken generously inside and out with the rub.
  • Work the mixture well into the skin and under the skin wherever possible.
  • Place in a medium. bowl, cover and set aside at room temperature for 20 min.
  • Pour half beer into a spray bottle add cider, olive oil and vinegars and set aside.
  • Place the chicken over the beer can with half the beer left in the can
  • Spray the chicken through our the cooking time with the Basting spray.
  • Place on grill, shut cover and cook for 1 1/2 hours to 2 hours. Internal temp. 170-175.
  • You may also cook this in oven

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  • jmizzle87 5 years ago
    very interesting recipe sounds really good... beers always good for something lol
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  • shamataz 6 years ago
    never have tired beer chicken but can't wait to. I've seen several other recipes but not with rhe basting idea--wonder if it makes a defference?
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  • jimrug1 6 years ago
    I do beer can chicken all the time but have never once thought about doing a basting spray. That is a GREAT idea. Cant wait to try it out...
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  • angelamarquardt 6 years ago
    YUm! I have made drunken chicken that is simalar to this and it is really good on the grill, but I never thought of the good idea on the basting thing!
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  • upstatevoyager 7 years ago
    This sounds great. Thanks!
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    " It was excellent "
    zena824 ate it and said...
    I had this today.... its really good...
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