Was having friends over the other night that I had not seen in a while and decided to cook a chicken for them. Due to some recent health concerns for my girl and myself, I decided to go the route that I have been doing successfully with drumsticks for several months now. This chicken was going skinless. I picked up a minimally processed chicken and proceeded to skin it as much as possible. The only part I could not get off was a small part on the wings. I then brined the chicken in a gallon of water, sugar, molasses, rosemary, thyme, and white wine. I brined the chicken for about 24 hours. Due to my concerns with the chicken drying out since it had no skin, I also injected some of the brine. I was missing an ingredient to make Jeff's Rub, so I used a store bought rub that I had handy and have used several times on chicken with great success. It was Roasted Garlic Peppercorn Char-Crust. Before applying the rub, I painted the chicken with a mayo/horseradish sauce. Still concerned with moisture, I also stuck a beer can up the chickens butt. Figured it couldn't hurt. Smoked the chicken at around 250. Chicken has usually only taken about 3.5 hours when I have done it before, but this one seemed to plateau at about 160 for quite a while. It took about 5.5 hours to reach 170 which is when I took it off the smoker. I smoked it using hickory and cherry. Let me tell you that this was the most juicy and delicious chicken either myself, my girl, or my friends had ever had. It retianed a lot of the white wine flavor from the brine, and since there was no skin to begin with, the meat had a good layer of rub as well. The chicken looked charred, but with this rub it is normal and still tasted excellent. When cutting, it was so soft and moist that the thing almost just fell apart. I will definitely be making this again. Sorry, once again no q-view. Was very busy with this and other things and did not get a chance to find the camera.