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1st Beer can chicken

post #1 of 18
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first beer can chicken.  My trial cook on my new 22.5' weber one touch gold.  man thats good.  and soooo easy!

 

Lovin the weber

post #2 of 18
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My first beer can chicken and my first cook on my new weber one touch gold.

beer can chicken

Beer Can Chicken.look at all the juice. the bird was actually over cooked by 20F. Didnt matter at all . Best chicken ive ever cooked by far!!

post #3 of 18

Beautiful Bird!  Well done!  a39.gif

 

Kat

post #4 of 18

Great Job!

love that money shot

 

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post #5 of 18

Looks very good!

post #6 of 18
That's a very tasty looking bird...nice going!

Red
post #7 of 18

Fantastic looking bird!!! Congratulations on your new smoker!

post #8 of 18
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thanks all , the encouragement is very helpful!

post #9 of 18

How long was your bird in the smoker?  Have a nice plump hen sitting in the freezer just waiting for the Traeger.  Thanks!

post #10 of 18
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Originally Posted by smoking granny View Post

How long was your bird in the smoker?  Have a nice plump hen sitting in the freezer just waiting for the Traeger.  Thanks!


i didnt actually smoke it .  i cooked it in my new weber one touch with indirect heat method.  Needed to give my son a break from smoky food.  he not so into it yet.

 

the bird took 1h45min with one chimney full of briquettes. glazed with dianes sauce at one hour.

post #11 of 18

Beer can chicken on the weber is so easy, and gets super results, and happy eaters. Looking good.

 

Hickory wood gives that sweet bacon flavor, and Mesquite gives a good yard bird flavor imo.

post #12 of 18

Love BC chicken and yours looks great...

post #13 of 18

Nicely done and delicious looking...icon14.gif

post #14 of 18
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Originally Posted by REDWOOD CARLOS View Post

Beer can chicken on the weber is so easy, and gets super results, and happy eaters. Looking good.

 

Hickory wood gives that sweet bacon flavor, and Mesquite gives a good yard bird flavor imo.


just what is a yard bird flavour?  i have heard it said before.  is that and american south thing?

post #15 of 18
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just what is a yard bird flavour?  i have heard it said before.  is that and american south thing?

lol Not really a flavor per se.

 

Yard Bird = Chicken

 

So my statement means tastes more like what I believe chicken to taste like.

post #16 of 18
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Originally Posted by REDWOOD CARLOS View Post

lol Not really a flavor per se.

 

Yard Bird = Chicken

 

So my statement means tastes more like what I believe chicken to taste like.


lol

post #17 of 18
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And then there was 2!!

 

Beer can chicken. one brined 24 hrs, the other just out of package. Used Ted Reader's recipe for: Memphis Rib Rub. used chipotle powder. brined one almost too salty but firmer meat. Both tasted great!

 

almost too easy on the weber

post #18 of 18
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And then there was two! Beer can chicken. one brined 24 hrs, the other just out of package. Used Ted Reader's recipe for: Memphis Rib Rub. used chipotle powder. brined one almost too salty but firmer meat. Both tasted great! almost too easy on the weber

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