Beer Can Chicken

 
Cook Time

75 Mins

Difficulty

Easy

Prep Time

15 Mins

Servings

4

 

Ingredients

1 Beer, Can
1 Chicken, Whole
Pit Boss Lemon Pepper Garlic Seasoning

Cooking Method

Preheat your Grill to 400 degrees F. 

Season the chicken all over with spices. Open the can of your favorite pop/beer and place the opening of the chicken over the can. Make sure that the chicken can stand upright without falling over. Place on your Grill and barbecue until the internal temperature reaching 165 degrees F (about an hour). 

Remove from grill, slice and serve hot. 

 
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